Paying It Forward: A Giveaway Contest!
I doubt these juvenile cattle egrets are actually enjoying each other’s presence — they’re most likely fighting for nest dominance — but for our purposes, it’s gifting-time!
I thought this was a wonderful idea, forwarded by Long Life Cats and Dogs — who in turn was shared it by another blogger. THANKS! So I’m now paying it forward with a giveaway-contest. I LOVE the idea of giving back to such a generous, kind, and talented group of people. Besides, making, giving, and receiving = FUN!
The first three people to comment on this post will receive a gift, a little homemade something, with our Everglades at heart (of course, no critters were harmed in the making of said gift).
The fine print:
- Within a year, I’ll create something unique to share with the first three people to comment on this post. (I promise it won’t take me an entire year!)
- In order to receive your gift, you must play along. Spread the love on your own blog, promising to send a little special something to the first three people who comment on your post. Pay it forward!
- You get 72 hours to re-post, or I’ll move on to the next person. Sorry, apparently there are RULES.
So if you’d like a little something from our Everglades, comment below! And please — if you’re not willing to pay it forward, or if you don’t want something nature-based, created by an Earth-loving-slightly-hippy-hiker, I would hesitate…. ♥
Ooooo – I can’t handle something with Rules!
Haaa! Ditto. It worried me too; I just loved the concept of gifting — but I think that worries many!
What a lovely idea! [I say with a certain amount of trepidation considering I am only the second to comment]
Heh!! GOOD FOR YOU! Brave! 🙂 Perhaps others are hesitant to send gifts — or they’re scared of my gift, hahha!
Brilliant, you did it. This is fantastic! Now all we need to do is get your address so I can send you something from Sunny South Africa (once my brain has worked out what, of course). Yippee, this is going brilliantly 🙂
Fantastic photographs, full of magic and charm.
Lovely bird like a fairy prince!
Thanks so very much! Such a wonderful compliment; anything with the words “magic and charm” do me in. 🙂