I’m a bit groggy from a 24 hour trip to the Jersey shore and back (the wife wanted to get away before the baby came, but we were too afraid to stay any longer in case she went into labor! :)), so today’s post is gonna be short and sweet. Just like an Oompa Loompa.
WE’RE GIVING AWAY AN IPOD!!
Courtesy of my sexy friends over at USAA – my favorite bank in the whole wide world (and they’re not paying me to say that either, check out how many accounts I have with them!). I was cleaning out my desk the other day and totally forgot I still had one of these hiding away that they gave me, so now it’ll belong to one of you lucky bastards :) Do you love me, or do you love me?
To be entered to win this brand new 4th Generation Apple iPod shuffle (2 GB), fill in the blanks of this sentence below, and I’ll pick a winner shortly after midnight on Saturday, June 30th (we’ll use Random.org to make it easy). Here it is:
This weekend I _________, and it cost me $________.
Ready? I’ll start us off:
This weekend I went to the beach, and it cost me $100 (for gas, snacks and dumb tolls).
Your turn! Leave your answer below in the comments and you’ll be entered to win. If you don’t see a winner announced by Monday, it probably means our baby’s been born and as soon as I come to my senses I’ll be sure to post it up ;) Good luck everyone! Here’s to awesome little music machines!
***WINNER*** LB! Congrats!! See y’all at our next giveaway soon :)
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