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I would like to thank the fairy that graced my porch last night. My dog Teddy has three barks: The Ballistic Bark when a stranger comes to my door, the Bark of Greeting when my sister Julie or Brother-in-law Scott come knocking, and lastly, the Something-Invisible-to-the-Human-Eye-is-Out-There Bark. These are the barks that I never check out, because when I do there’s nothing there. What is Teddy barking at? A leaf? A fairy?
No, I only look when his bark is Ballistic or Greeting, otherwise I would spend my days going up and down the stairs to see.
So a dainty and sneaky fairy put beautiful Fall treasures on my porch, right next to the door, and Teddy didn’t go Ballistic. Therefore I am SURE: FAIRIES!
THANK YOU, FAIRIES! What a fun surprise!
And now for The Contest:
for the “Hazel Twigg” page on Facebook. We are slowly but surely gaining and currently at 81. Can we get to 150? YES!
A vintage cup and saucer from the 50’s FILLED with mini Cherry Mash. Why Cherry Mash? Because one thing Julie and I noticed as transplants to this fair state is that Iowans love Cherry Mash candy, and no wonder! Why, in 1918 it was the favorite candy in the whole country! Iowans are simply a loyal bunch!
Also attached to the handle is the very first printing of our “Hazel Twigg Original” tag with our official logo. The FIRST! Tied with vintage ribbon, because I’m all about vintage. The tea cup represents what the Hazel Twigg series is all about: a simpler time with simpler pleasures.
THERE ARE TWO SETS AS SHOWN! ONE WILL GO TO A “CURRENT” LIKER, AND ONE WILL GO TO A “NEW” LIKER!
For those of you who have already “Liked” H.T., SHARE the clearly marked “Old Friend” post and you will be entered.
For “New” Likers, comment on the second clearly marked “New Friend” post and you will be entered.
Random drawing to be held when we reach 150! This cup and candy and card could be YOURS.
Any questions, feel free to ask in the comments section.
Mini pumpkins courtesy of Spencer’s Pumpkin Palooza, which is this Sunday at 3:00. I KEED! It’s October 13 from 11:00 to 3:00!
LET’S DO THIS THING.