Monthly Blog Reader Giveaway: $15 eGift Card

THIS MONTH’S PRIZE

For this month’s giveaway, I’m offering one random winner their choice of the following gift cards:

  1) $15 eGift Card to Amazon.com.

  2) $15 eGift Card to Barnes & Noble.

The winner will be contacted privately to select which gift they’d like to receive.

HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:

RULES AND TERMS:

  • The giveaway runs until the end of the day tomorrow. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on April 26, 2017One random winner will be selected and then contacted directly about her/his prize. Chance of winning depends on the total number of entries. No purchase necessary. Please note: currently we are purchasing Amazon gift cards that are for use only on Amazon.com.

Thanks for entering and good luck! Be sure to check back next month for another reader giveawayIf you’d like, you can sign-up to receive my blog posts via email. I typically post about twice a week. Mostly fun, inspiring videos, pictures, and quotes. I also offer a reader giveaway in each of my newsletters. You can sign-up for the free newsletter using this form.

Video I Love: Somebody To Love

From the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness on April 20, 1992 (25 years ago tomorrow). So sad that we’ve lost them both now.

If you can’t see the embedded video above, you can check it out on YouTube.

And if you’ve never seen a live version of Freddie singing this song, it is not to be missed:

If you can’t see the embedded video above, you can check it out on YouTube.

Quote I Love: A Life Raft

If you can’t see the embedded image above, you can view it at the original blog post.

Our Beautiful World: Mountains, Skies, & Seashores

License for all photos: CC0 Public Domain

If you can’t view the embedded images above, check out the original post on my blog. You can also view more images from my ‘Our Beautiful World’ series at Pinterest and Tumblr.

Quote I Love: Strength and Resolution

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“Tenderness and kindness are not signs of weakness and despair, but manifestations of strength and resolution.” ― Kahlil Gibran