Friday, July 17, 2009

Fx4: We Have a Winner AND a Loser!

See these kiddos? They're enjoying the yummy taste of POPrs on their yogurt. You know, POPrs, created by Uncle Lynn. That fun and good-for-you seasoning that makes your food "sing"!

I had my first POPrs Giveaway this week, and guess what? We have a WINNER!

CONGRATS to Blue Violet, who resides over at A Nut in a Nutshell. She wins a 10-pack of Poprs magic color changing pop'n crystals. These magical crystals, when stirred into yogurt or applesauce, begin to "sing." Fun AND good for you...can't be that!
Hey there, Blue...please send your contact info to We'll make sure Uncle Lynn gets your POPrs Prize in the mail to ya!

The crystals are red, and when stirred into into yogurt, applesauce, or even your morning oatmeal, as Blue Violet suggested, they turn it BLUE! You can feel them pop in your mouth! They are sooooooooo cool. Kids...both young and old...just love them!

Do you remember the photos of my UGLY PATIO the other day? Well, I don't know if you looked close enough at my pictures from that post, but there's a petunia poppin' (get it?) up through the bricks!
I was just wondering...why does this petunia survive, with no attention at all, when the ones I deliberately planted, fertilized, watered and hung on a hook by the mailbox are all dead?

These sad little flowers, plus my glad winner, are brought to you today by Candid Carrie's Friday Foto Finish Fiesta. Have a great weekend!


Rhonda said...

Congrats to the winner!!!

And seriously?? The flowers won't survive where they're supposed to and thrive where they shouldn't? Weird!!!

Marrdy said...

Congrats to Blue Violet!

So sorry about your hanging basket..maybe the petunia thinks it's a weed! And not an annual. Guess it has a mind of it's own!

Melissa B. said...

Congrats to your winner! Have fun with your POPrs, Blue Violet...

blueviolet said...

Thank you so much! Mornings will never be the same at our house! :)

Genny said...

Congrats to the winner! Fun.

Looks like you've settled into blogging well! :)

Susie said...

Congratulations to the winner:-)

There are a lot of sad flowers this rain:-)

Michelle said...

You just reminded me that I need to head out and do some more weeding soon. Like tomorrow. Since it'll only be 65 degrees, the mosquitoes won't be out. *sigh*

Love that petunia. Think you can uproot it and plant it where you want it? :)