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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Notable Birthdays? And a Giveaway!

Howdy!  We're finalizing content for the Spring Issue which will ship in January.  Let us know of some notable birthday celebrations taking place from now (November-ish) through March-ish 2012.

If you make a suggestion between now and midnight Sunday night, your name will be entered in a drawing for a free pattern.

Thanks!
Judy, Jeni, Gretchen, and Leah

23 comments:

  1. There's Lincoln's birthday in February.

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  2. My DIL's birthday is Dec. 25 and she loves it!

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  3. My youngest daughter just turned 18 on the 7th and my eldest daughter is turning 21 in January, but you are probably wanting 'famous' people.....

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  4. Mine is the 23rd of December...oh, you mean famous people! Hee, hee!

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  5. Today the United States Marine Corps celebrates 236! Semper Fi.

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  6. Ha, I see others had the same idea..my son's birthday is 12/4 and mine's 1/4. We're just marginally famous (in our own minds!!). And much more important is Jesus' birthday, 12/25!!

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  7. My kids birthdays are March 15th, 16th, and 22nd. A famous person born in February is Lincoln.

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  8. Thank you for the chance. Martin Luther kings birthday is in january

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  9. How about Ground Hog Day,which also happens to be my birthday!Thanks for having a giveaway!
    Wanda
    Olde Crow Mercantile

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  10. Well there is my birthday on Dec 6th and I'm a VIP to my two Corgis. Martin Luther King in January, Abraham Lincoln in February and of course baby Jesus in December.

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  11. You had me curious, so I checked on my birthday which is this month.
    I share a birthday with Goldie Hawn and Marlo Thomas.

    Debbie

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  12. Today is the US Marine Corps Birthday! Thanks for a great chance to win. VermontPines@aol.com

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  13. How about the Father of our Country - George Washington - February 22 and Betsy Ross on January 1? Something patriotic? ~Ann

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  14. Elvis was born in January! Also Paul Newman, FDR, and Katie Couric. I was born in March!

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  15. Sorry I don't have any information to help you, but wondered if you'd seen the story about the twin sisters who will be celebrating their 11th birthday on 11-11-11 - isn't that fun?

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  16. How about these?
    Daniel Boone November 2, 1734
    Eli Whitney December 8, 1765
    Thomas Jefferson February 11, 1847
    Laura Ingalls Wilder February 7, 1867
    And Clyde Barrows of the Bonnie and Clyde duo March 24, 1909

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  17. I turn 60 on December 3rd... Now that's memorable birthday! I am so blessed... Life is good!

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  18. Hi, I'd like to invite you to post your giveaways on our giveaway directory: Giveaway Scout (http://www.giveawayscout.com). Please submit your blog here: http://www.giveawayscout.com/join/ Once you receive our confirmation email you can post your giveaways on our site. Thanks.

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  19. Prince Charles of England was born on November 14 (48??). Betsy Ross and John Revere were both born on January 1.

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  20. How about Twelfth Night when we take down our Christmas decorations?

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  21. How about Fannie Farmer? March 23, 1857 (1915) - author of the famous cookbook, "The Boston Cooking-School Cookbook." Or the Girl Scouts? The first Girl Scout meeting was held on March 12, 1912.

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  22. My granddaughter's birthday was 11-11-11 (she was 9). Very notable occasion for me!
    Mary

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  23. How about my birthday! Feb. 24 and my hubby's Feb. 28.

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