Thursday, April 4, 2013

Winner!



OK, I know I was supposed to announce the winner on April Fools day but work has been nuts!  We are having a fundraiser in a few weeks and of course the office is in hyper-drive!  Also, I'm planning my parents 50th anniversary party with my brother and sister...so I've been super busy!  But, I've finally had a moment to pick a winner and post it!......

And the winner is........



Laura Huey!  Just shoot me an email at suzy8track@gmail.com and give me your address and I'll be sending the coasters on their way!  Congrats on winning!

2 comments:

Laura Huey said...

I must say, I am one lucky lady ;) ...Suzy, I will treasure this tacky elephant coaster set for THE rest of my life! And then the child from my bunch who ends up with the "kitsch" gene will inherit it with explicit instruction to never donate, toss or yard sale it away...It's gonna be our first heirloom! In seriousness(though what I said will probably be the reality) I will treasure it. Because it symbolizes a connection and kinship of two perfect strangers over the matter of kitsch. I love a fellow oddball and I like that people online are genuine in making connections other than business transactions. I like your heart, Miss Suzy 8-track :)

SUZY8-TRACK said...

It is a very cute set and I hope you get a lot of enjoyment out of them. I know I did! It makes me happy to know that there are folks out there who appreciate kitsch as much as I do. I think that the Kitsch gene does skip a generation, because I get it from my grandmother, her house was sucha kitschy dream, and I always loved going over to her home. Sadly, she passed away when I was 14 from Alzheimer's (but back then she wasn't diagnosed because no one knew what it was in the 70s). I swear if I had a time machine, I would go back in time to spend the day in her home, years before she got sick, so that I could marvel at all her wondrous finds. My parents used to laugh at my grandmother's collections, but I loved them and still get excited when I see items very similar to what she had in her home, listed on ebay or gathring dust in a thrift shop.