3.26.2009

Forward Momentum

A few weeks ago I was brought into the "pay it forward circle".
I received a beautiful print from Kristen and now it is my turn to pass on the good.

Comment on this post before April Fool's Day and I will draw five names from a hat.

Each of the people I draw from the hat will get a bit of good old fashioned mail from me, one of my prints.

Boats

The catch, you will have to then "pay it forward" by doing the same thing within the next year- you don't have to pass along a photograph, what ever creative thing you want to send along will do just so long as you keep the creative momentum moving.

So go ahead, say hello- even if you don't usually say anything when you stop in to visit.

Cheers!

14 comments:

  1. That's a lovely photo!

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  2. this is the best game ever. I want to play.

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  3. Hmmm... looks familiar. :-)

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  4. Amy Reynolds27.3.09

    I want to play too! And, would be honored to receive one of your photos :-) Still have one from Oak Street House...Love it!

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  5. I found you via Pecannoot. I'd love to join in.

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  6. Hello. Hello. I would love to play along. (I found you thanks to Hula 70, and I'm so glad I did.) Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  7. Anonymous28.3.09

    Awesome photo...doesn't even look real. I hope I win a Noodle original!
    Max's Mama...nogodiggy

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  8. YUPI!!! I want to play :) Your photos are *GORGEUS*.

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  9. I love this idea! Paying it forward....terrific.

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  10. Count me in! I hear joy is contagious so I try to pay that forward every day :) It would also be nice to share creativity. *fingers crossed*

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  11. I love this idea! I'm sure you have already chosen your winner, but I think I may start something like this on my blog. Thanks for the inspiration and thank you for stopping by Pecannoot today and commenting on the bird+trees post. I'm glad it resonated with you! :)

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