June 15, 2009

Winner of the Scanpan Grill Pan

And the lucky winner of the Scanpan Professional Non-Stick Square Grill Pan which retails at Sur La Table for $139.95 is "D".


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14 comments:

melanie said...

i follow through reader...

when my older daughter was 3 and my younger daughter was not yet 1, my husband was kind enough to let me spend the weekend out of town with a couple of girlfriends. i had a wonderful time shopping and being girly, completely unencumbered.

he had a different kind of time. he was getting ready to go to a get-together with some friends, and he was so proud of himself for giving the kids some pre-supper and having them all ready to go. in his jubilation, he threw my younger daughter in the air a couple of times to make her laugh. he may have done it one too many times because he ended up with creamed spinach all over himself and the carpet. he skipped the get-together and spent the rest of the night steamcleaning the carpet. oops.

melanie(dot)myatt(at)gmail(dot)com

Jonez said...

My daddy is hardly a cook. So if I win, can I keep it for myself? (smiles)

I'm already a follower and here's my story.

When I was five, I was chewing gum. I took the gum out of my mouth, stuck it in my daddy's belly button, and placed the gum back in my mouth.
Gross! I know, but when I was a kid I thought it was the funniest thing.

Peter and Nancy said...

Not sure if I'm supposed to tell a daddy story about my hubs or my own dad . . . But here it is:

When I was four, I opened the door when my dad was in the bathroom and saw some anatomy I'd never seen before. I ran and told my mom, "Dad has a tail!!"

Can't believe I just typed that. :o)
-- Nancy

Jonez said...

Sunday MAY 14th?!

Tiffani said...

Just recently my husband (who is a dad) was doing the dishes. Since our dishwasher is a big ole piece of crap, he washes the dishes first and the puts them in the dishwasher. Well, he didn't rinse dishes before he put them in. The effect of this was something straight out of a sitcom.

Yes the dishwasher started to overflow bubbles because of all of the dish soap he had left on the dishes. I personally didn't even know this could really happen but now I know. We had bubbles and water all over the floor but we kept laughing while we cleaned it up. Regardless of the extra work I had to put in that day, he is a great husband and father and I wouldn't change anything about him.

Tiffani
tifg45 at excite.com

Smiling Mama said...

I'm totally a follower! Couldn't miss my Mama Law :) I've been wracking my brain and here's the only story I can come up with...so my hubs has several pairs of old tattered jeans he wears for working around the house. One day he was doing something and Lucas was "helping" him. Well, the knee totally ripped on the pants and ever since then Lucas will randomally point at his dad and say "Ah! You ripped your pants!" in this crazy silly voice.

Tanyetta said...

I am a follower:

You are now following MamaLaw: Evidence for Our Insanity Plea

D said...

Well, Im a wife and mother of two so flatulence is no big to me. But, on this rare occassion when hubby decided to take a trip with me and the boys to the mall, the unthinkable happened. It was a nice day and we were almost incident free for the day....well not quite. We were at the last store standing in line with items in tow when all of a sudden this horrific smell began to creep out of no where. Now me, being accustomed to my Guy's smell and knowing exactly what just happened, I kindly got out of line and made my way to safe harbor leaving those poor unsuspecting folks there to suffer. My boys had not yet figured out what was going on or maybe just maybe the smell was not all that bad, but wait, I see folks frowning and making faces so I sit back and wait a while grinning silently. If you could only see the looks on their faces. And, my hubby, the nerve of him turns around and looks about as if he was trying to figure out who or what let one loose. He thought he was off free but baby boy sure did get him. Finally they were at the counter and I thought it was safe to return just when baby boys blurts out to the cashier, just in case you were wondering who passed gas, it wasn't me, it was my DAD! All I could say is omg!

Lol, well I thought it was funny.

Elita said...

I follow your blog. I don't have a dad, so don't have any funny dad stories, just ones that are bitter and angry. My son has a great dad, though, and the two of them together makes my heart sing.

Sharee said...

Thanks. I had a great time! No kids. No Men. Just my girls, me and Jesus. Church was amazing yesterday. I'm still on a Jesus-high!! Thanks for following. I'm following you guys now too!

Mom said...

Is this for real? Did I actually win!!! Get out of town. I had no idea! I just popped in to get my daily ready and saw the posting. Now this has made my day even more pleasant. Thank You Ladies so so much. What do I need to do now? LOL!

D said...

I was wondering why my name appeared as "Mom" but I logged in under another account but that is me "D" posting previously. Guess I'm just too excited lol.

Justice Ny said...

D - you need to give me your contact info - your blogger profile isn't public. Looking forward to hearing from you!

D said...

I'm sorry about that, I'm contacting you now.

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