Thursday, November 4, 2010

Three Things Thursday + a Raffle


  1. I guess I should thank the running gods for letting me stay healthy during my three races in three weeks stint.  I woke up Monday morning with an awful cold that has kicked my tail.  B (cousin's husband) ran the marathon last weekend with this and all the props in the world to him.  He is tough.
  2. My husband is going to have a crazy few months of work and school, involving some serious traveling.  One of these trips happens to be over the weekend of my Disney Marathon so I was seriously bummed about him missing this huge event.  Today, my mom, sister, sister in law and niece all said they were going to come down and make it a huge girls weekend!  I am super excited to have all this support with me, even if the husband can't make it!
  3. Need anything from Pampered Chef?  I am hosting a party this weekend, but you can order online.  If you go here you can order from the party and I will get money donated to my Team in Training page. 
Now to the raffle!

A Nathon Quick Draw Water Bottle

A StephanieMc Design Necklace (it says run like a girl on the circles)

A Thin Sweaty Band

To Enter:
  1. Mandatory--Donate to my TNT account here.  Comment to let me know you have done so.
    1. $1-one entry
    2. $5-five entries
    3. $10-15 entries
    4. If you want to donate more than $10, let me know and we can talk about how many entries you get.
  2. Post this giveaway on your blog and comment to let me know so.
  3. Spread this giveaway via facebook, twitter, etc and let me know you did so.
  4. Tell me about your best running experience.  Where, when, what...you get the point!  
Thats it!  You have until November 14th at midnight.  The winner will be announced by noon EST the next morning!

Good Luck and Happy Running!!!

17 comments:

the dawn said...

oooo, pampered chef? love it! the only way i afford it is to get them from my mom for christmas :)

kizzy said...

"I guess I should thank the running gods for letting me stay healthy during my three races in three weeks stint." perfectly great!

--kizzy smartwool

Katie said...

I donated $10

Katie said...

I Facebooked the raffle

Katie said...

My best running experience . . . has to be the GW Parkway 10 miler . . . it was my first race back after my stress fracture. I was not fast, but felt great the whole race. And nopain in myleg. I was on cloud 9 after it!

Katie said...

I put the raffle on my sidebar!

jamie@sweatyhugs said...

I just donated to you! Check your page!

jamie@sweatyhugs said...

I'll add your raffle to my sidebar in the morning. Super tired right now. :)

jamie@sweatyhugs said...

I posted the giveaway to my sidebar!

Mari said...

Sorry to hear you aren't feeling well but hope you are better now. I was fighting a little cold earlier this week but am recovering (thank goodness). I have a 15 miler scheduled for today... wish me luck! It's too bad it's a 15 because there is a half in town today that I would have liked to run in.

Train on!

Trish said...

I hope all goes well with your trip! I donated :)

Trish said...

My best running experience is basically everytime I make it out the door and finish a run! I haven't run any races yet, so I'm waiting on that first PR :)

runningwithababyonboard said...

I donated $10. :)

runningwithababyonboard said...

I'm adding your raffle to my blog. :)

runningwithababyonboard said...

my best running experience was my first race ever, the Susan G. Comen 5K. I was so proud of myself and totally emotional running with so many survivors and in memory of so many women.
My hubby was really proud of me. I saw him tearing up as I crossed the finish line.

Stacie said...

I run to be healthy for my girls. After losing my Mom 6 years ago I was inspired and determined to not let my girls go through the same thing. I do it to stay sane.

Stacie said...

The best running experience I ever had was a training run with my best friend in Missouri. It ended up being a huge thunder storm. Running through that, having fun, and laughing together was the best experience ever. I'll never forget it.