Sunday, July 21, 2013

30 Days of Giveaways ~ Day 21

Sorry this weekend's posts have gone up a bit late--someone schedule them for the wrong time. Don't know who that could be. ;-)

Also a little behind on announcing winners! We have two winners of Ring of Secrets from Friday and Saturday:

Rachel Kasperson
Debra Dawn Smith


And the winner of last week's Tea Light Garden is (drum roll, please):

Randi!

This week, not only are there daily drawings for Ring of Secrets, but also for this fun set! (Or something else from Victorian Trading Co of  equal or lesser value.)



Weekends are just for fun, so without further ado, my question for you today:

What's your favorite hobby?


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22 comments:

  1. My favorite hobby is tied between reading & listening to music.

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. Without question, my favorite hobby/sport/activity is speech and debate. I love the tournaments, the meetings, giving speeches, the people - pretty much everything about it.

    I also love reading. Especially historical fiction. It is such a great genre. There is so much you can leave. I love reading psychology books and biographies.

    What do you like to do?

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    1. My hobbies seem to have dropped off lately--it's as if I'm too busy or something, LOL. At this point I'm blessed to get to call writing my job, not just my hobby. I of course adore reading. I like doing some digital design. I like to draw and paint but haven't lately (other than when helping my little ones)...baking on occasion...

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  3. My favorite hobby is writing with reading in a close second.

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  4. My favorite hobby is writing, but I also love dancing and reading.

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  5. I love to read but on the artsy side I enjoy watercolor painting.

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  6. My favorite hobby is writing with reading as a close second :)

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  7. Next to reading, probably sewing, but does it count if it's also how one earns a living (or at least enough for groceries)? Hmm - well, playing the piano is up there too.

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  8. Hallo, Hallo Ms. White,

    Reading is akin to breathing for me, which is why I never considered it a hobby anymore than writing which simply comes naturally and is a part of my life. Therefore, I'd contend that my favourite hobby is actually photography! Focusing on nature and wildlife! I am most intrigued about the 'extra' prize this week, because I am a correspondant and finding unique letter paper and stationeries to use is simply a hobby unto itself! Wicked sweet!

    *: Sorry I took a brief absence,... I am hoping to resume from here and see the rest of the 30 Days of Roseanna's Wicked Sweet Treats to the conclusion!:*

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  9. Hmmm....let me see...I love to read, scrapbook and do cross stitch. I've had to limit my cross stitching to quilts with pre-printed designs, because of my eyes.

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  10. I love to take pictures. I also like to read.

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  11. It's a tossup between reading and watching movies. My folks and I just watched We Bought a Zoo again last night. I must say that movie touches my heart every time I view it. Such heartache... but overcome with joy and hard work. That defines life pretty well, don'tcha think?

    Blessings,

    Andrea

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  12. I really enjoy making homemade greeting cards. I also knit a little, but not enough to be very good at it (although I'd like to be). cespeary (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  13. One of my favorite hobbies is reading paranormal fantasy books and running with my dog!
    -Rachel H

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  14. Hobbies? Passions!!! Designing & creating costumes (eh hem, see one of your upcoming book covers LOL); sailing and traveling.

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    1. Passions at which you excel!! So happy to have one of your creations on my cover, Mary. =)

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  15. Favorite hobby would definitely be reading and then babysitting and crocheting!

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  16. At this time in my life I would have to say reading.

    wfnren(at)aol(dot)com

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  17. Quilting when I am not reading and reviewing these fabulous Historical Fiction novels! Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House
    lanehillhouse[at]centurylink[dot]net

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