Wednesday, March 30, 2011

We hit 200 posts so it's time to celebrate

I didn't realize that when we posted our Get-to-Know Doug Dobberfuhl on Monday that it was our 200th post! And since we love celebrating milestones with free books, that's exctaly what we'll do. Leave us a comment and you'll have the chance to win 2 Walnut Springs Press books of your choice from the following titles. How great is that!

Leave us a comment letting us know what you do to celebrate milestones. Don't forget to include your email address. Contest ends April 1st at midnight, MST. Open to international entries.

Novels
Trapped by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen
Missing by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen
Finding Rose by Stephanie Humphreys
Winning Mr. Wrong by Marie Higgins
Hearts Through Time by Marie Higgins
Heart of a Hero by Marrie Higgins
Chocolate Rose by Joan Sowards
Haunts Haven by Joan Sowards
The Star Prophecy by Joan Sowards
Awakening Avery by Laurie Lewis
Oh, Say Can You See by Laurie (LC) Lewis
Queen in Exile by Donna Hatch
Sun Tunnels and Secrets by Carole Thayne Warburton
Just Shy of Paradise by Carole Thayne Warburton
Redemption by Susan Dayley
Wild Irish Rose by Deborah Weikel
Illuminations of the Heart by Joyce DiPastena
Dearly Departed by Tristi Pinkston
Under A Lakota Moon by Deborah Weikel
The Route by Gale Sears

Cookbooks
Gluten-Free Cooking Made Easy by Susan Bell
I Can't Believe It's Food Storage by Crystal Goodfrey
Fabulous Freezer Meal by Jenny Stanger

Children and Teen
Learning About My Baptism by Arie Van de Graff
Bro Jo's Guide to Relationships for LDS Young Single Adults by Dave Johnson
Bro Jo's Guide to Casual Group Dating for LDS Youth by Dave Johnson
Learning about the Bible by Jenna Mitchell
Learning about the Book of Mormon by Jenna Mitchell
A Leader's Guide to Activities for Girls Ages 8 to 11 by Amy Peterson
Learning about Jesus by Shauna Mooney Kawasaki
The Puzzle Book for LDS Kids by Arie Van De Graaff
The Youth Speakers Guide by Colleen Terry, Amy Orton, Linda Prince
The A-MAZE-ing Book of Mormon by Arie Van De Graaff

Inspiration
Divine Intervention by Randy and Helen Hall
Early Missionary Journeys of Faith: Wilford Woodruff by Wilford Woodruff
Everyday Wisdom for Latter-day Saints
Unlocking the Power of the Spirit by Campbell Gray
Overcoming Addiction by Douglas Dobberfuhl
Life Lessons from the Old Testament
A Girl in a Whirl by Victoria Gunther
Love Your Body by Brooke Parker
Simple Steps for More Meaningful Prayer
Gospel Insights for Everyday Living by Sheri Mills Johnson
Delivered by Christ by Mary Jane Woodger
Insights on the Holy Ghost

22 comments:

  1. If it is anniversaries or husband stuff we go to a B&B
    Kids stuff - we let the kids pick
    lisasworldofbooks@charter.net

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  2. Fist of all congrats on the 200. posts!!

    Whatever celebration, milestone or not, chocolate cake is always part of the fun!!

    danaan at gmx dot at

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  3. Good job on 200!
    I like to celebrate with food! Pasta, chocolate, milk.

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  4. Congratulations on 200 posts!! When we celebrate we usually do it together as a family. That might mean a meal at a local restaurant, but more often it is at home and I cook a special meal with a special occasion dessert. Looks like eating is our preferred method of celebration!! :)

    riverboat38@hotmail.com

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  5. Going out to dinner is a great way for my family to celebrate special milestones. (Love it, because I don't have to cook!)

    ke7yca at gmail dot com

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  6. Congratulations on 200 posts!!! I like to celebrate with my family, friends and of course with a lot chocolate.
    Thanks you.

    artgiote at gmail dot com

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  7. I celebrate milestones with Joy! I want family and friends around to celebrate!

    drakebdog@gmail.com

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  8. It's always wonderful to have family around to celebrate milestones. I also do 'the happy dance'..hehe

    JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

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  9. I make a meal from scratch. I don't go the easy way either. Then, have a lovely margarita!!

    Vivien
    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

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  10. This is absolutely exciting! It is always fun to celebrate when you have mile stones.

    princesslife101 At gmail DOT com

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  11. We celebrate milestones with dinner at a local restaurant.

    parkay24@yahoo.com

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  12. In my family, we have theme parties to celebrate everything. They are so fun!
    lexie.bookbug at gmail dot com

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  13. We usually go out for a nice dinner.

    loveangel132@yahoo.com

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  14. Congrats on 200!
    Blog related milestones are celebrated with giveaway. Real life milestones are celebrated with fancy dinners.

    helpersarah2009@gmail.com

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  15. Congratulations! We also usually go out to dinner. And there's always chocolate. :)

    marny at parkinfamily dot org

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  16. COngratulation! I usually celebrate it with my friends. We hangout in some place and probably karaoke after that :)

    Lynossa(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. I like to do different things for different milestones, like make a cake with fondant, make apple crisp, eat cookie dough... I sense a recurring theme. Dessert! (And we always go out for dinner).

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  18. It depends on the milestone, I suppose. Usually I do like Kelli and treat myself to something like The Cheesecake Factory. Unless the milestone was losing a few pounds. That would be counter-productive.

    mariahoverlock(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. It would be huge dinner or even just great cookies and cakes on the dining room with the whole family.

    aleetha.ally at gmail dot com

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  20. Congratulations!
    Celebrations usually include some kind of a home made cake from scratch.
    carolejm@gmail.com

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  21. Our family has fun making breakfast in bed for the person in the family who has a special occassion.
    teramecham10@hotmail.com

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  22. Always a standing ovation from the fam and lots of love being heaped on the milestone reacher. Then party as a fam! dinner, games, dessert, etc.! wilsondev@gmail.com

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