Sunday, February 13, 2011

Giveaway Winner!

Yeah I'm sure you've been waiting anxiously for a winner be announced.
I actually have.

But today is the day!

The Winner is Pink Hibiscus from Daiquiris and Denial.
 She won the Ultra Fabulous Maggie Headband, which will come cutely wrapped in 100% recycled tissue paper, and raffia because THIS girl, is environmentally friendly and so are her products.
So Ms. P. Hibiscus, it sounds like you could use a pick me up today so I hope this helps. E-mail me your address at life.reassembled@gmail.com and keep in mind, this is international shipping so I need your FULL address.


Alright, next order of business.

Lakes of Fire is pretty much my favorite summer event and I spend all winter looking forward to it.
It is a Burning Man Regional burn and if you arnt familiar with Burning Man you need to go check it out online.
LoF plops you in the woods of SouthWest Michigan where the most fun, free, and creative community is built out of nothing and disassembled 4 days later back to nothing. I have never met a more wonderful group of people than the people who participate in LoF. Everyone has a talent or a gift to share with everyone else.
That said, I got my e-mail yesterday to announce the dates and Theme for this year and it has resparked something in me. I long to be back there with those people for those 4 days. The feeling there is undecidable.
You all should make it to Michigan for a few days in June to join us. You wont be sorry.
 Standing about 5 feet away from this sign in the direction of the arrow was a girl starting with her arms open to hug you. She said it just felt appropriate.
 I spent some time getting painted and painting others
Fire Spinners in the Conclave on Saturday night.

I'm secretly such a hippy.

3 comments:

Gawgus things... said...

Whoop, whoop! Congrats to the winner :)

Check out my giveaway - an ASOS clutch and Eyeko goodies at www.gawgusthings.com

Asha said...

That looks awesome.I'm currently living along the Bible Belt so I'll be lucky if I can find an earthy Native American ritual to observe at the very least. Around here, everything happens at churches and that isn't my scene. Seriously though, the fire spinners look amazing! Wish I could have seen it in person.
http://www.ashafullife.blogspot.com

Pink Hibiscus said...

I'm just getting around to finding a working computer until mine comes back from the shop tomorrow... Thanks so much! I can't believe I've won!

I can't wait to receive it and find some luffly things to wear with it!

xo

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