Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Photo tag..

Stacey tagged me in a fun photo meme. Here are the rules:

1. Go to the sixth folder in your picture files.

2. Pick the sixth picture in that file.

3. Hope you remember what it's about!

4. Blog about that picture.

So here it is...

This was this past summer (08) we had gone to Camrose for Kevin's Grandma's family reunion. This was the day that we went fishing with the kids and TJ found some other water to play in :) It was fun, except for keeping away the bugs :)

For the next part of this meme.. like the first, but you need to go into the fourth file and take the fourth picture :) Here goes..

LOL... this is great.. so, honestly I don't remember what this picture is about, but I can tell you a little about the photographer. He's about 3 feet tall and likes to snatch mom's camera while she's not looking.. You guess it, TJ is behind this unique picture.. it's actually kind of cool, he takes some really neat pictures of nothing but some of them turn out like this, kind of unique in an artistic kind of way :)

So I will tag a few of my fellow bloggers:




Anyway, we are off today (hopefully) we are hoping to arrive at our destination in Saskatchewan around midnight probably, so hope all goes well, kids behave and the roads are clear :) This will probably be the last post until after the new year - so Merry Christmas everyone and all the best in 2009!!

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Christmas concert practice

This year is the first time TJ is invovled in our Sunday School Christmas Concert - and I'm way more excited than he is!! It's so funny, I try to practice with him and there is absolutely no way that he will let me. He turns his head away or says "NOOOOOO" like I'm not allowed to say that poem. The other day I had to bribe him with a cookie in order to say his poem. The other day when I was on the phone with my mom, TJ had an interesting version of the poem... In order to understand the whole story, I'll let you know that when my parents came here for our early Christmas celebration with them, there was a big deal made with the fact that Grandpa's trunk was all full of presents! I have heard of this trunk full several times since then!

TJ's poem goes something like this:
A baby was born long ago,
Joseph and Mary loved him so,
The Shepherds came to worship and pray,
The Wisemen brought gifts from far away,
This baby was Jesus you see,
He came for you and for me

TJ's NEW version:
A baby was born long ago,
Joseph and Mary loved him so,
The Shepherds came to worship and pray,
The Wisemen brought gifts in the trunk!

Love you TJ!!

Thursday, December 18, 2008


The WINNER is Tina Hunt! Sorry this took SO long to post (sorry Stacey), it's been a crazy few weeks here. A short list of the things that went on, my parents came to visit, Christmas with my parents (early since we are not going to see them this Christmas), birthday supper for my Dad's 50th!! celebrating TJ's 3rd birthday, my last Signature shows for the year, having daycare kids a few extra days a week (I have them 3 days normally) and an extra evening, roommate moving out, Christmas baking for cookie exchange, women's Christmas party, running errands dropping off Epicure party items for my guests, dropping off Signature orders, finishing last minute Christmas shopping, writing Christmas letter, addressing (that includes finding addresses, lol) and mailing our family Christmas picture and letter, hmm thats all I can think of for now, oh and making chocolates.. yeah that's the shortlist.. Here are some pics to enjoy :)

Making Gingerbread cookies

Christmas with Grandma and GrandpaSleeping with her new baby from Grandma and Grandpa

Talking on the phone with Grandma :)

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Signature Winner Coming soon!!

I am just wrapping up my November shows and then I will draw my winner. So watch for the WINNER announced soon!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Pictures are worth a thousand words...

My two cuties, getting ready for bed..
Watching the breadmaker :)

Nap time for TJ and George (the monkey)

My cute shopper girl :)

Halloween costumes

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Some snow... and other stuff

So we finally have some snow that might stay... everytime we get snow it seems to melt before the end of the day!! I have been super busy lately, hence no posts, between parties, kids, daycare kids, concert (which really was a night out for me), trying to find babysitters for all of the above, having people over, and then all of the regular mom stuff.. there have been a few things put on the back burner :) A friend of mine just had her baby (welcome baby Ava!!), and I am expecting to hear more news like that within the next few months from other friends of mine. I also just found out another friend of mine just found out she's expecting (just! since she is due in July) - it's like baby central all over again... No I'm not expecting again, I feel really good about where I am in this point of my kids lives - but the thought runs through a person's mind when pregnancy and newborn babies are all around!

I have found it very interesting how my son seems to learn. I have been trying to teach him the alphabet and his numbers and it's like he wants to do it on his own and doesn't want my help! Like he won't sing the alphabet with me, but just this morning he took a box and identified all the letters on it! I was floored! Like when did he figure that out! or when he counted to 10 by himself (I only had to help him with the number 4, and he did the rest). It's been very interesting! It's so funny, even K sometimes counts, I'll say one and she says two - since she hears me giving her brother the countdown :) Anyway I hope to get some interesting pictures up soon - maybe for tomorrow :)

Sunday, November 09, 2008


UPDATE: This contest has been extended until the end of November - more chances for YOU!

My Challenge is to sign up 5 people with Signature HomeStyles and if you want to win a cube/basket set you can: blog about the contest, book a party, suggest someone you know to sign up, or sign up yourself! By signing up you get a greater chance at winning the prize. PLEASE read HERE for full details!

Sunday, November 02, 2008

November - ALREADY!!!

November has come, and it's still beautiful here!! Today was awesome! I got a new (new for us, but used, but also FREE!) mattress for TJ's bed (thanks FreeCycle!!). So I got a question for all of you handy dandy recycling, green type people... is there anything I can do with my son's old sponge crib mattress? All of the vinyl is ripped to pieces and the sponge (I know this is kinda nasty) has been peed on (as in potty training bedtime accidents) - Can the sponge be washed somehow and reused at all, or possibly re-covered? Or is it a complete loss and just throw it all out??

My second really exciting thing.... wait for it... wait.... I FINALLY put up our outdoor Christmas lights!!! Yeah, I know it's barely November, but it was a beautiful day here and I had the opportunity (kids were sleeping)! I bought lights last year but we don't have a ladder and it just didn't happen.. and now since I have it done - I will leave them up there all year round I think.

This last week has been interesting at least - I had my wisdom teeth pulled, or two of them at least. I didn't realize it was such a long healing process.. mind you I consider myself lucky since things seemed not to take too long to recover. But trying to watch more than your own kids while on Tylenol 3 can be interesting.. and trying not to fall asleep! :) We took it easy tho (thanks TreeHouse and Disney) and I seemed to have made it without getting the dreaded dry socket (an awful possible side effect that can be caused by bending over or heavy lifting - try not to do either of those with small kids!).

Time change this weekend went pretty well for the kids (it can really throw them off sometimes) so that's good - they didn't get up crazy early :) haha.. anyway, we're ready and set for another busy week! (sorry no pics today)

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Silly Kids

The wonderful moments in my life:

My cutie pie, being silly :) He needed a new pair of socks I guess! (my oven mits if you can't tell)
My son was being really stubborn, but I was more stubborn! I wouldn't let him leave his chair until he ate his lunch... so, he just fell asleep on his chair :) I guess that's one way to win a battle :)
Sunday afternoon - I was exhausted and curled up on the love seat, my son was equally exhausted I guess, and decided to lie down next to me on the floor for a snooze too :)

I think my daughter is going to be such a 'mom'. She's 'feeding' her friend his sippy cup even though he's actually older than her :)

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Routine or not?

Ok, since this is the second time I'm writing this, it probably won't be quite as in depth :) So since September has come and gone and October is on the way out - I don't think that I'm gonna have this routine thing down pat. Oh we do have somewhat of a routine to the kids day, but around here we have to be flexible - as in, one phone call and we have to leave for a one day trip out of town :) This week I am getting two more daycare kids - so I am going to have to step it up with my day management! So I do the things up town, like grocery shopping, on my 'free' mornings (cuz we all know how happy kids are shopping just before bed time). Laundry and such chores will have to be done when the kids are here so as not to take up the 'free' mornings :) I think it will be good though, the kids are very much the same age as my two!

On another note, Thanksgiving meal was great at our house! I made my very own first Thanksgiving dinner all by myself and it turned out great!! Well I did have to make a few calls to my mom for a few opinions - and Michelle helped out in some prep work and such - but regardless, I was farely proud of myself :) There was very many of us eating but I did send a bunch of food along with a friend of my hubby's for a few bach-ing guys.
So my two wonderful kids, whom I dearly love - and are so sweet and cute - also have a lot of their own personality and bossy-ness. My son (2.5yrs) is always telling my daughter (1yr) what to do and taking stuff away and sometimes being just mean (regardless of my teachings!!) and today he finally got what was coming to him - K bit TJ!!! yeah, like hard (but not bleeding). Although I in NO way want to encourage a biter, it was like finally TJ got some back of what he was giving out. It was hard not to smile a little - sometimes they need to learn a lesson from someone their own size I suppose :) Anyway here are a few pics of my wonderful loving cuties :)

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Trade Show!!

So this weekend was super busy - I was working a BIG local woman's tradeshow - Saturday and Sunday, ALL DAY!! Needless to say my feet are sore and my legs are tired, but it was all worth it!! I booked quite a few shows for Oct and Nov, so I'm really excited!! It was great to get out of the house and interact with a lot of people - I love the social aspect of meet and greet. That's what I miss so much about not working, getting that social interaction! It was great coming home though too! My son exclaimed, "Mom, you're home!!" and gave me many big hugs and kisses!! My daughter ran into my arms too and wanted her 'lap' time with me :) It makes it so much more obvious how much I mean to my kids and makes me feel so warm with love inside! It definately makes up for the difficult times with them!

A little tidbit - me and my GF and a few other friends are going to the Backstreet Boys concert - next month, we got row 5 tickets!! I know this may sound cheesy, but it's like the back in high school girl has come out in me :) It's gonna be a blast - a silly, fun, screaming, giddy, laughing, once in a lifetime chance!

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Wonderful Weekend

We had a great weekend with the in-laws - the kids absolutely loved it!! We had a fun little party for K, which I really enjoyed even though it was busy trying to prepare - I love hosting things! The funny thing that happened is that the kids were really good all weekend (that's not the funny part, that's the good part) but the past two days they've been a little cranky and just off. Now I knew that happened when we went out of town for a while - but I didn't realize that this happens when we get company too :) oh well, just adjustment, that's all! Here are some pics of the weekend!
Doing a craft project with TJ
Coloring with K
All pretty for her party
Just getting started on the cake (it sure was messy!)
Just LOVING the new clothes that Grandma got her!!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

The Weekend is here...

Well I know it's not officially the weekend - but the weekend that I have been working towards is essentially here :) My husband is off to the airport with my son to pick up his parents! It's very exciting, we've been waiting for this for a while - it's the first time since our wedding that his parents are coming here! So needless to say, a lot of work has happened this week!! So I know this is pretty short - but I will fill you in on Sunday or so :) By the way baby K is cutting her 6th tooth - I just found it today :)

Friday, September 19, 2008

My Baby is 1!! (tomorrow)

Happy birthday K!! I can't believe that you are turning one already! I remember it just like it was yesterday - Grandma came the day before to help take care of your brother. I was up early, 7 am to call the hospital to see if I could come in and sure enough, they had room for me. So the rush was on, I quickly showered and went over things with Grandma so she knew what to do with your brother all day. I felt the excitement all morning - it is an incredible feeling knowing that I would finally get to meet my baby girl that day! I remember the fresh, crisp fall air as me and your daddy got into the car and drove to the hospital. All the leaves on the trees were yellow at the hospital - we walked up to the labor and delivery. "I'm here to have a baby", like it wasn't obvious at that time :) We got our room and settled in - we listened to your heartbeat and kicks one last time while you were still inside me. The Dr. came in and everything got underway. After the required 1 hour of bedrest - we were ready to move around - your daddy was hungry since he hadn't had any breakfast (like usual) so we walked down to the cafeteria - it took a while since I had to stop every time I had a contraction. Things progressed really well! By 2pm I was ready for you to come, but you weren't quite ready yet - but by 3 we were both ready and with a little encouragement you arrived at 3:17pm - my first breathless words to you were "She's finally here" . I couldn't get over how you had your daddy's curly hair! You were so tiny in my arms - and I loved you so much and it's hard to imagine that I have grown to love you more each day. I love the way you play coy and your sweet smile and when you give cuddles and snuggles and your open mouth kisses and how you walk backwards so you can sit on my lap! You have such a little Diva personality and you are developing it more and more each day! Happy Birthday my baby girl - we love you so much!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Chocolatie Brownie

doesn't that sound good?? scrumptious!! and that will be the new color on my wall!! (well really accent color). I did some painting yesterday, but I really wasn't happy with the color - they were going to see if they could rematch it, but they couldn't so I had to buy a whole new can of paint. They were really nice though, I got the second one for half price!! This afternoon while K is napping and before I have my daycare girl, I am going to try to paint another coat - I will try to get some pictures when I'm done! Oh and happy to say that all of my salsa jars sealed! I will have to try some and see if I like the recipe for my next batches.

On a funny note - last night while I was up late making salsa, I decided to make myself a pot of yummy chai tea. So I carefully heated up some milk and frothed it, added sugar and let the tea steap. When it was finally ready I added it to my cup - and let it cool down a little. When it was finally ready I took a big drink - GULP - and spit it out!! It was SALTY!! yuck!! So to make a long story short, I am sure that my helpful 2.5 yr old decided that my teapot needed some salt - and emptied the salt shaker into my teapot!! Silly boy :)

Getting started...

So today I got lots done! I did a bunch of wall patching and started painting my plant ledge and niche. I also canned one batch of salsa with my home grown tomatoes. Whew.. it's been a long day, so I think this is all for now :)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

It's Fall

The seasons are changing - I can just feel it - it seems as if we've gotten fall early this year! At least the sun is still shining even though the air is cool. So I have tried to get myself excited for fall cleaning... yeah, it's not happening very well :) It seems as if there is never enough time in my day. I seem to get started with a few small projects and things just seem to take forever - nevermind the big projects I would like to do! I am also preparing for the in-laws to come over and celebrating my daughter's birthday - so much to do and so little time! I will try to keep you updated on what's happening through this process!

Friday, September 12, 2008


I believe in honesty, so here are my honest feelings - I have been a bit discouraged lately with my blog - I have tried to write more often, and write on life opinion type topics and have got little to no responses. I can see that I am getting some traffic, but it is disheartening that hardly anyone responds. But.. I will try to keep it up, maybe I can gain some readers/commenters back :) Or maybe I just need a good old contest to get some more traffic... hmm.. I will have to think about that...

..more about honest feelings, I have honestly been having a frustrating time with my son lately - he has started to talk back to me and I have been trying to be really consistant with not letting it slide - at all.. But oh, do I feel like an ogre!!! I feel like I have been just a nasty mean person all week - constantly disciplining my son - kinda puts me in a bad mood that I seem stuck in :( My son has also been teaching my DD some of his wonderful attitude.. even though she doesn't really understand what she's doing, it's disheartening as well. I have also been trying to nip that in the bud too. I was just thinking, why is this parent thing so hard - but really God has given me a challenge - He has challenged me with my kids - I guess I need to learn something through this - because He only gives us what we can handle right?

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Happy Birthday - to me!

It's funny you know, as you get older your birthday seems to have less and less significance! This year our little family had a little celebration for my birthday, but really it was for the sake of my kids - my oldest has realized that birthday parties are fun. He loves the cake and the candles and even blew out half of my candles :) It's great to see him so excited. This summer me and kids went to one of their little friends birthday parties. This was a no gift party - the first one I'd been to - giving gifts has always been a part of birthday parties in my experience. It brought up a new way of thought for me. Should I have no gift parties for my kids? Are we selfish if we do have "gift" parties (not that that is specified or expected)? How do I find the balance in this?

I know it is important to me that my kids learn that "things" do not make you happy - the more gifts does not equal more happiness. On the other hand, if we all went "no gift" then we would also not be teaching our kids what it is to give. I am one of those people that loves to go shopping and come up with the perfect gift for my friend/husband/family member and can't wait to see the look on their face when they open it!! It's a personal thing for me - depending on how well I know the person. And I always loved giving the ones that were handcrafted ideas too! I want my kids to learn the love of giving! We went to several little kids birthdays this summer, and even though my kids are too little to really pick out the gifts - I did ask if they thought if their friend would like it and tried to involve them.

There are also a few other lessons to be learned at birthday parties - no the presents are not for you, they are for ____. you have to wait until it is your birthday. Taking turns when playing games, sharing, playing together. Really a kids birthday party is an excellent parenting opportunity, with lots of great fun and food included :)
*I am not saying that kids and parents both can't get out of hand where birthdays are concerned - when that happens things need to be pulled back under control for sure!!

Thursday, September 04, 2008


New that the new school year is starting again, it's got me thinking.. it could be only 2 years until I'm sending my oldest off to school!! CRAZY!! The reason I say 'it could be' is because it's going to be our choice because my son was born in December - so I could send him when he's 4 3/4 or when he's 5 3/4. I know we are going to have to wait until that time to see if he is ready emotionally, mentally, etc, but still, how do you know? Or would it be trial and error (as in send him when he's 4 and if he's not ready send him again when he's 5)? It may be obvious at the time, so we won't worry about that yet :) Plus, this year I am going to send him to Sunday school - starting to get him used to the classroom idea :) I tried last year, but with K just having been born, and all the adjustments, he just wasn't ready. A friend of mine is sending her son to pre-school this year, and was telling me about trying to figure out which school to send him to; it really got me to think! What school am I going to send my son/kids? There is a Christian school here, public schools, catholic schools, and french immersion public and catholic... so lots of options!! what do you make a defining factor? Programs, academics, faith? How do you choose and how much of an impact will our choice be on our childrens futures?

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

One more holiday

We had a blast this last weekend!! Our little family went to Edmonton for a few days to pick up a new vehicle and we had a BLAST at the mall (west edmonton mall), besides the fact that it was absolutely PACKED with people in there (long weekend). It was all about father son time; TJ and his dad did so many FUN things together, like:
the putt'n bounce and

bumper boats. As a family we went to:

Galaxyland andthe World Waterpark. Now you must be thinking, wow, that was an expensive weekend! but really it wasn't that bad - you see the nice thing is that we can still take advantage of 2 and under free :) It's awesome, but soon enought we will be paying for our son :) I could not believe one of the rides that TJ went on, I thought he would be scared (cuz it's kinda a ride for older kids) but he loved it so much he went on it, like 5!!! times!!! He must have got that from me, I LOVE crazy rides!! The freakier the better!! Anyway, needless to say, we all had TONZ of fun and the boys got some much needed time together (boy time!) and me and K, well we got in some great shopping time too :)

Monday, August 25, 2008

To All the Readers :)

I added this new gadet to my blog and it's been really interesting!! I get to see all of you lurkers out there :) well.. not really see see.. but it tells me where the people are from that check out my blog (as in country and province or state).. no it's not really meant to be creepy or anything like that.. it's just pretty cool to see that people are actually checking out my blog - regardless of the fact that MOST of YOU are NOT posting COMMENTS :) are you getting my hint :) lol.. I would love to hear from you guys, even if you don't have a blogger account- - just leave an anon comment with your first name! I would also like any comments that you may have to keep this blog interesting - besides posting more often : ) (I know, I know, summer time is tuff to keep up, hope I will have more time this winter)

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Looking to you for some help :)

So any of you have 2 1/2 year olds?? any of you used to have 2 1/2 year olds?? I need some suggestions! My son has recently started something that I don't really like, and I want to figure out some creative way of deterring this type of behaviour. Mind you I know that a lot of kids this age, and with a younger sibling go through this. First of all, it seems like he feels like he has to parent her - he's very protective of her and if she's doing something he knows he was not supposed to, he goes "no, no, no K" or pulls or pushes her away. I try to tell him that I will tell her and that he doesn't have to, but that isn't seeming to sink in.. What do I do??

Second situation, "NO I AM NOT!" what do you do with that? I have been trying to ignore it, as in not giving him power to his words, or engaging in them (starting a fight). But I would like to find an active way of trying to get him to stop.

So I'm open to suggestions - looking for something creative - anything :) Here's to trying to raise a wonderful son while keeping his personality and spirit alive :)

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

YAY for long weekends!!

We had an AMAZING long weekend.. lots of fun!! and hardly any expense too :) My family had a campout at one of their farms.. so needless to say, my son had so much fun running around outside and jumping on the trampoline and playing with all of his cousins!! It was a great experience for him! K just loved being able to walk around where ever she wanted too... yes that's right, my 10 month old is WALKING!!! She's doing great and started walking 1 day after turning 10 months - ambitious girl :)

So some news from me.. I had a get together/interview with my new clients :) wow that sounds so professional.. no I have decided to take on two more kids part time. It's going to be busy, but it will be a good way to save up - me and hubby would like to take an international vacation in spring - this way we can save up faster!! Here are some fun summer pics of our fam :)

Friday, August 01, 2008

WINNER - from Bloggy Giveaway!!

The winner of my Bloggy Giveaway is lucky Meg from 11th Love. Congratz!! A HUGE thank you to all who entered - and if you fell in LOVE with all the amazing things Signature HomeStyles has to offer - don't hesitate to order or even sign up as a representative!! It is really EASY and ONLY $25 start-up!!!

Bloggy Carnival Giveaway!! *sticky post*

I decided last minute to join this Bloggy Carnival Giveaway - there are TONZ of giveaways this week! There are some pretty amazing prizes that I'm sure I will win *fingers crossed* :)

So anyway - like I said, I decided to join the festivities and am giving away a prize, a $25 gift certificate towards a purchase of any item from Signature HomeStyles (purchased from me of course). So without any further ado, here are the rules:

  1. Please visit the Signature HomeStyles Fall/Winter Online Catalogue and come back here and post a comment telling me your favorite holiday item (Fall/Thanksgiving/Christmas). This will enter you for the $25 gift certificate. (CAN$) The link shouldn't ask for a rep# but if it does mine is #80601. This link isn't working for a lot of people so please try THIS ONE and then click on online catalogue. Please let me know if this works better. Thanks for your patience!

  2. If you would like to have another entry then write a post on your blog about My Challenge (not Bloggy Carnival related) remembering to link back to my post and you will recieve an entry for this giveaway plus one entry for My Challenge giveaway. Please comment that you have posted on your blog.

  3. Please make sure that your posts have your email address or that your blog is open so that I can get ahold of you. I will wait 24 hrs after trying to contact you and then I will draw again.

  4. Giveaway open to anyone (18 plus) with a Canadian/US mailing address.

  5. I will be closing the contest at 3:00pm MST on Friday, August 1

CHALLENGE - For You and Me *Scroll down for new posts*

*Sticky post - scroll down for newer posts*
The challenge for me is to sign up 5 people to sell Signature HomeStyles. I know I mentioned it once before, the fact that I started a home business in March, so I would like to share a little with you.

How did you get involved in Signature HomeStyles?

I have always wanted to try my own home business, but wanted to find one that I liked and I felt I would benefit from. I've been to Mary Kay, Partylite, Tupperware Parties, and etc. but I didn't really feel they were for me. My sister in law then told me about a party she had gone to with home decor - she had really liked it and found the prices quite reasonable. So I checked out Signature HomeStyles - and they had (and still have) an amazing start-up program - you can get your starter kit FOR $25! The kit has amazing products and regularly cost around $250 or so - what they do is take your commissions for the first few shows (or show, if you have a good one) until the rest of the balance is payed off (if you decide to quit before paying off the kit, they charge your CC). So it's awesome not to have to put out a lot of money to get started! The first month I was committed to 4 shows and since then I can determine how many or few shows I want to do! oh and the commission is great for those extra home projects I want to do!

Is it hard?

Nope, not really. I find that I really enjoy parties and look at them as a girls night out (plus it's nice for me to get out of the house once in a while without the kids). Signature has a really great program and I do all of my orders online (since that's fastest and REALLY easy!) and everyone I've talked to is really helpful! The parties I do are farely short (my spiel anyway) so that the ladies can enjoy chatting, looking at catalogues, snacking, and just have a good time!
What is the best thing about Signatures products?

One of the best things about Signature products is that they offer a wide variety of design styles, like country, Victorian, modern, classic, etc, - I like to say that you can find something that anyone will like, something for your Grandmother, mom, Aunties, sisters, best friends - anyone! Second thing I like about Signature's products is that they are very versatile and work really well with each other!

My Challenge For YOU!

I am going to give away an amazing Signature HomeStyles product (yet to be determined, but I am thinking of the cube and basket set, like below but in Expresso, and includes one cube, one medium sized basket and two smaller baskets, valued at $123CAN) and here are the rules to enter:

  1. For ONE entry - write a post on your blog about my challenge - linked to my blog and mentioning that I am looking to sign on consultants. (please comment that you have put up a post)
  2. For FIVE entries - Give me a name and contact of someone you think would be really interested/good at something like this (please mention this to them so they aren't upset if I contact them)
  3. For TEN entries - for you if you decide to do a book party
  4. For FIFTEEN entries - for you if anyone signs up with me through your blog post and/or you giving me their contact information
  5. For TWENTY entries - if YOU sign up with me!

If you would like to look at the new Fall/Winter catalogue please click here. Also if you have any questions about Signature HomeStyles - please ask!! Signature also has MANY great promotions for new consultants, so just ask me about them - it will be well worth your while! If you think you would like to make an order, consider doing a book party (where I will send you a few catalogues that you and your girlfriends can look at and order from) and you can earn half price and free items, plus be eligible for the hostess special of the month!

**contest open to anyone in Canada and USA (Americans - pricing varies since all my info is in CAN $) contest will run until October 31, 2008**