Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Pay it forward.

I put my name down at Linda's blog for the Pay It Forward exchange.

Here are the rules:

Pay It Forward Exchange is based on the concept of the movie “Pay It Forward”.

I will send a hand made gift to the first three people who leave a comment to this post on my blog requesting to join the PIF exchange.

All the gifts will be made and posted out ’sometime within the next year’. How exciting to not know when your surprise package will arrive!

What you need to do in return, is pay it forward by making the same promise on your blog. This Exchange is only open to those with active websites or blogs.

Would you like to join in the fun? Other comments are welcome, but only the first three will be my Pay It Forward recipients. So, leave your comment now!


Nancy said...

Therese....what a lovely idea. Count me in for the PIF Exchange!!
This sounds fun!

Corinne said...

Do I win, huh? Do I, do I???

yofed said...

I would love it, it sounds like a lot of fun!!

Michele said...

hi therese,

iam going to part take of this pay it forward. i will make the post on my blog. i think this is a very good idea.

Therese said...

I am going to pif for all 4 of you. Please email me your address and I will send out my handmade item sometime.


Kym-Anne said...

I've posted PIF on my blog too, it's such a wonderful idea and what a blessing it is to give!
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