Closed-Life Imitates Doodles Weekly Wednesday Giveaway #26


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To Enter: This giveaway is over!

Answer the question below, at the Life Imitates Doodles blog Giveaway post (answers on Facebook & Instagram don’t count as an entry.

You’ve been given a magic 10 year calendar that will tell you something about the future on a specific day of each year. You get to choose the day, and what you want to know about the future. What day and what do you want to know?

One Winner will receive this Prize Package

  • one Hahnemühle Cappuccino Book
  • one Zensations Mechanical Colored Pencils 24Pk
  • one Yookat Pencil Pouch
  • just for grins – one tea bag with bookmark cat tag

Thank you to Hahnemühle_USA for the Cappuccino Book and to ZebraPenUS for the pack of mechanical colored pencils. I couldn’t hold these giveaways if it weren’t for these two companies!

This Giveaway Ends Monday, July 29, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT.

Carson says:July 17, 2019 at 15:25

I’d love to photograph cats as my subject! It would be a hard choice of where would make the best photo shoot, but I’m thinking the cats of Japan as it was one of the coolest places I’ve ever lived.

The winner has until Friday July, 26 11:59 PM PDT to send mailing information to the email list in the right sidebar. Please put ‘Weekly Wednesday Winner ‘ in the subject line so I’m sure to see your email.

There is a giveaway here each Wednesday. You don’t have to follow my blog to enter, but it will help you to remember to do it!

Want to buy some of this stuff RIGHT now?

Hahnemühle Cappuccino Book ( review).

Zensations Mechanical Colored Pencils 24Pk

Gongdreen Cat Hibiscus black tea 6 designs pack-in

35 comments

  1. The day would be Christmas, and I’d want to know if my Australian family would be visiting me here in Canada. Lovely giveaway!

  2. It would be my daughter’s birthday(Dec. 16). My only child and I would love to see if her life has evolved to her dreams.

  3. I only want to enjoy today and just now as I write. I am grateful for all that is up to now and look forward with faith to the surprises of the future.

  4. I’m not a young chickie any longer, so I would want to see the very last day of the 10 years to see if I’m still hoppin’! Then, I would know if I should still eat healthy and take care of myself or switch over to fries and ice cream 🙂

  5. Even tho we always wonder what’s going to happen in the near or far future, how what we do now will impact things … knowing and wondering are very different. I think I’d just wait for life to unfold one moment at a time. Thank you for the giveaway!

  6. I am not sure I’d like to know the future, I’d rather take it as it comes. I have been enjoying your Shaping Studies series (especially the penguin) but my comments haven’t been showing up.

  7. Mostly a one day at a time, one breath at a time kinda person also.
    But I guess I’d look at my birthday, which is my personal new year, since I consider that to be less a chronological timeline marker and more of an annual solar return celebration.
    In other words, how many spins around the sun so far, what has been done during those spins, and how to spend the time during the next spin around…!?!

  8. I have to agree with others our future is held in the hands of he who is greater than I, I wait with a blessed heart to watch it unfold.

  9. I don’t think I could survive if the future were revealed to me in this way. It’s believing the future holds the promises of our current dreams – for health, for equality, for opportunity – that lets me sleep at night, willing to face the morning.

  10. Tomorrow; I want to know what I will be doing on my first vacation day in San Francisco (anything beyond tomorrow is distant future!)

  11. I would pick today and I’d want to know if my children are succeeding in the way they hope they will… just for my knowledge alone. Mostly, though, I’m with everyone else when it comes to knowing the future… best left unasked 🙂 Thank you, Sandra, for another wonderful giveaway.

  12. I’d want to look at my birth date in ten years time. We live in exciting times and it would be interesting to see how everyday life had (will?) changed. Cheers!

  13. I am a wife of 52 years, a mother of 5, and a grandmother of 18. What I would like to know on this magic calendar on the first of January is how many great-grand children have been born into my family. I love being a grandma and least we should forget that everything in the future is not negative. Sandra I love your thought provoking questions and thanks for letting me share in this great give away!

  14. I would pick Christmas Day of each year. I’d like to know who will be at our family celebration. Will any be missing? Will any new ones have been born? I’d like to know the answers to these questions.

  15. On my birthday I would like to see my adult kids and grandkids healthy and happy, and delight in the changes that I expect will have happened to clean up and preserve our lovely planet.

  16. To be honest I wouldn’t like to know about my future. I like living the present days without thinking about tomorrow, and I like surprises so.. Why knowing now what you can discover later? 🙂 lol

  17. Hmmm, that’s a tough one because I don’t really want to know the future. But I suppose I would pick New Year’s day and I would want to know if we’ve accomplished anything to undo the harm done to our environment, or have we continued down the path we’re on.

  18. So excited to be your winner from last week. Thanks!
    For this question, I think I’d like to know about Christmas day as it’s the day my family and friends are most likely all together. I’d love to find out how we’ve all changed and if there are any new additions!

  19. I am glad to see one day after the other. Don’t know what day I would want to visit or what I would want to see. Unless it is my grandkids when they grow up. Thank you for another wonderful opportunity!

  20. I would choose New Year’s Day to see what our four grandchildren become. Will they marry? Have children? Be happy? What will they be? I’d want to see their futures. I really wish I could know today!

  21. I would choose my daughter’s birthday for each year. I would love to know if she is happy/content in her life. Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!

  22. I really don’t want to know the future. I would love to look back in time at a few dates. I recently lost someone very important to me and I would love to see his face and hear his voice again. The future isn’t very meaningful to me at this moment.

  23. I think that I would like to see what is going on–on my Birthday–I would like to know how my grandson is doing when he is 14 (he is 4 now). Unless it is bad news, then I don’t want to know.

  24. I wouldn’t want to know about the future except to make sure I have chosen wisely how to allocate my funds so I can continue to live within my means.

  25. What a cool question to get you thinking!! I would want to find out if my art improves in the future with all the practice 😁 and I think I’d want to find out on January the 1st❤❤

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