Friday, July 27, 2012


Happy Birthday to me!
Happy Birthday to me!
Happy Birthday to me!

Birthdays are great but I haven't been totally excited about it this year. This blog giveaway is a way to build excitement for me. In real life I haven't been this OMG BIRTHDAY! about it. (Which is a bit weird, because I'm usually OMG SQUEE about anything that involves Fudgie the Whale. My going away party at my last job involved Fudgie for breakfast and may have therefore been one of the best days of my life.)

It's not that I'm dreading being a year older but, it's not a milestone year (it ends in a 2, not a 0 or 5) and there's so much else going on right now-- like my new job (which is awesome, but it's a huge [very positive] change in a lot of different ways) and the Kung Fu Princess is really keeping me on my toes lately-- she just gained a ton of new skills that allow her to create even more mischief and she's going to start walking any second now, and then the world is doomed (you may want to start boarding your windows now).

But, today's the day. I'm going to get my free yogurt from Red Mango and my present from Sephora. I'm going to get a pedicure. I'm going to chill at home and watch the opening ceremonies.

AND YOU ARE GOING TO WIN SOME BOOKS! You have until midnight (Eastern) tonight to through your name in the hat for two autographed copies of Tom Angleberger's Fake Mustache: Or, How Jodie O'Rodeo and Her Wonder Horse (and Some Nerdy Kid) Saved the U.S. Presidential Election from a Mad Genius Criminal Mastermind provided by the very awesome Spy Museum.

Winners will be drawn tomorrow.

Book Provided by... the Spy Museum.

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Jennifer said...

Yay me! I won! Or rather, my library did! Thanks!

Brynn said...

Thank you so much for the book! I didn't realize I had won and I was so delighted when it arrived yesterday! I can't wait to read it and put it in my students' hands! Thanks again.