Tattered Past

Tattered Past: My ongoing journey through genealogy, history, writing, self-exploration and art. ~~~ Rita Ackerman





Friday, January 24, 2014

Celebration and a Drawing

Here it is, my 500th post on Blogger. Although I've slowed down with the number of posts per week I have stayed with it and I'm so glad I did. So many positive things have happened. I've grown in many ways and I have made many new friends.

As a thank you and to celebrate this hurdle I am offering a Zip-It Inner Critic to one special reader who leaves a comment to this post. I will put the names in a hat and draw out one lucky person.

For new people; a Zip-It Inner Critic is a stuffy with a zipper who's mouth you can literally zip so you can get on with your writing, art, or just facing life's everyday challenges without the nagging inner voice that tells you that something or other can't be done, or you aren't good enough, or it won't work.


That thar's a covey of critics.



And one up close. 

So leave a comment below about Tattered Past and I will put your name in the hat.

The drawing ends on Wednesday night (January 29) and the winner will be announced next Thursday.
Be sure I have some way to contact you.

Have A Happy, Mindful Week!

5 comments:

  1. That's quite a bevy of blowhards you have there. I hope you don't take any of them seriously. I really enjoy your blog and have been sharing with my mom who is 83. Your prompts bring back memories for her that I would have never heard otherwise. Thank You very much for sharing them with us. And for the giveaway. Your critics are too cute!
    Scrufydawg@aol.com

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    1. How fun: bevy of blowhards. I wish I'd thought of that. No I don't listen to them. Can you imagine the clatter? I hope you are enjoying the new prompts.

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  2. I am so glad I found you! We have lots of catching up to do from years gone by. I'm looking forward to getting to know you through your writing. Put me in on your drawing…I can use it! Your Wisconsin cousin, Deb

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    1. I'm glad too. It seems that somebody up there has opened the doors for us.

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  3. Rita, I am so glad I found you! We have lots of catching up to do from years gone by. I'm looking forward to getting to know you through your writing. Put me in on your drawing…I can use it! Your Wisconsin cousin, Deb

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