Thursday, May 21, 2009

Purse wInner! And only 7 hours late!

Okay, sorry for the wait. Last night got a little crazy. You know: Primary meeting, middle of the night teacher-gift-buying at the Wal-Mart, fell asleep with my contacts in sorta night. 

So between the number generator, and me picking out illegal entries (including my own and husband Jake's), the winner of the lovely copper-colored Canal Street Prada is:

Heather Andrus! Who left many comments, but won with this one:

Oh! Does it count for two entries if we had Connell on a mix tape??? And a song called "You wear flowers" by Peter Breinholt which in my opinion was a "MMM". Definite Stake Dance songs were "Forever Young" by Alphaville, and "Joy and Pain" by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock (I feel silly even typing that).

11:40 AM

Indeed, it counts, Heather! We (er, me) at None of Your Beeswax are also fans of Peter Breinholt and Alphaville, but we don't know this DJ E-Z Rock. We will google this fella asap.

So Heather, your profile is private! Since I can't go to your blog and snoop personal information about you to share with the world (the world in microcosm that is my blog), please feel free to leave us a comment and tell us about yourself, and where you will be taking that purse. Remember, you CAN take it out in the rain, because it is NOT fine I-talian leather. Is plastic, maybe? Better!

Also, send me your address to Or, if you are local, I could drop it off (or, you know, meet you in a public, well lit area, like, um, inside the Krispy Kreme, where I'll be the girl in the elastic waisted pants holding the maple bar, if you aren't totally sure you want me to know where you live!)

Thanks to all who entered! Next time, maybe I'l give away some Chinatown True Religions (size 32 or 34?) that were too big for Jake! What? Not interested?


andrus_heather said...

Yay! Yay! YAY!!!!! I did stay up until midnight checking to see who won, and I never win anything (EVER) but I did have a very good feeling about this purse. Twas meant to be mine!
I don't have a blog, and only just set up my private google account to enter for the purse. Very sad, I know. I live north of Seattle; am 33; have 4 kiddos ages 9,6,3,1; met hubby at BYUI when it was still Ricks and we were married 12.5 years ago. Now I should stop. Or get my own blog. Thanks for the purse. Yippee!!!

wonder woman said...

I'd take the jeans. Husband is in need of new ones.

{Trying not to be bitter and wearing gracious loser face}: Congrats to Heather!

Sinclair said...

I love that even your winner notifications are witty and fun!

Mama Nut said...

Congrats Heather! The purse is awesome!

One Cluttered Brain said...

LOL! YOu are so funny!
Congrats to the winner!
Loved how you told her. I hope she lives near you so you two can really play out that scenarion in a krispy kreme store. Only be sure your hubby tapes it first and then posts it on your blog! That WOULD be freaking hilarious.......
So funny. I wish I lived near you. :)

Cody and Lexie said...

Okay I saw you at Walmart that night and it was late- but I didn't want to make a scene by yelling your name across the checkout area- so I opted to just tell you I saw you later!!! Plus I had just watched a news special on how women should not shop late at nigh t by themselves, so I was trying to not draw attention to myself.

Brett and Shireen said...

Kelly, you must know Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock. Seriously. We all went to the same dances and Jeff was the DJ for many of them, and we had that CD. I can still hear it now, and see people doing the kid n play as well as the mormon two step... And Kelly playing a healthy game of "Dodge Paul". Aah, those were the days.

Heather, congrats on the purse! Don't ever feel silly about your musical past, it helps make us who we are! I'm off to listen to some Color Me Bad (not really, we've got baby einstein on over here in real life and I don't think my daughter needs to hear "I want to sex you up" quite this early in her young life.)

andrus_heather said...

Way excited about the purse. And sad to not meet at Krispy Kreme, though now that I read it again I laughed out load about the well-lit area. I think at first I read it like it was for MY safety (sorry, Beezwax), but now I see the truth. Way to be safe, though!!! Also, you forgot to tell us your great teacher gifts. I despise those Wal-mart moments (Christmas, V-Day, Teacher week, and end of year), and always draw a complete blank. Thanks again for the purse!

Julie said...

32 or 34!! They really make clothes that small?!? Wonder if my hubby knows about that?