Monday, September 6, 2010

Thank You. Thank You Very Much.

This post right here, this post is my 200th!  I can hardly believe it.  When I first started this blog, I didn't know if I would write for a month and get tired of it or how it would work out for me.  And to be completely honest, I still don't know if I'll get tired of it tomorrow, or the day after that, or even the week after that.  I may decide one day to just give up on it altogether.  I don't think I really have all that many readers, but I do cherish each and every one of the few readers that I do have.

To show you just how much I appreciate you, to celebrate this mileston post, and to mainly say THANK YOU for sticking with me through my random thoughts, I want to share a great book with you.  Not only share it, but one lucky reader can have it to display on your coffee table, bookshelf, or pass along to someone else.  Whatever your heart desires!

The book I'm going to giveaway is a special one, On The Edge by Howard G. Buffett.  It not only has amazing pictures in it, it also highlights something I'm passionate about; agriculture.

To enter, just leave a comment.  Tell me where you would display the book, how you feel about agriculture, what you had for breakfast, who your highschool crush was... anything.  Just leave one comment before noon on Monday, September 13th and you'll be entered! 
Oh and again, thank you for bearing with my craziness and sticking with me!


  1. Congrats on your 200th post. For breakfast I had some homemade apple muffins.

  2. I love breaking my fast. It's my favorite meal of the day. I prefer a generous bowl of cereal; something relatively healthy. This morning I had Honey Bunches of Oats. Mmm. But I also have a box of Fruity Pepples just waiting to be opened and devoured and give me cavities. On BAD days, when my fridge has no milk, I have to settle for oatmeal, or perhaps a fruit smoothie if I'm able to leave for work two minutes earlier than usual. But I'm chronically late, so those extra two minutes are a very rare luxury. Cereal is the way to go. Creamer with a little bit of coffee usually follows.
    Oh, by the way, I heart agriculture, and I have a sadly bare coffee table. High school crushes...let's not go there.