Wow. This is my 100th post. I know there are a lot of people out there who have written hundreds or even thousands more posts than me, but 100 is still a milestone.
I have learned so much throughout my short time of blogging, and have met so many great people. I’d like to thank all my readers for their support, and I hope to continue making great sugar-free recipes for you one spoonful at a time.
Now in honor of my 100th post, I am going to host a giveaway! The lovely Caitlin from CSN contacted me to offer won of my readers a $35 coupon to any of the CSN stores. CSN has over 200 stores online where you can buy anything from modern furniture, to cookware, to fitness equipment! I’m sure you will be able to find anything you want on this site.
There will be a few ways to enter:
- Subscribe by email by typing your email address in the box to the right, add me to your blogroll.
- Become a fan of me on facebook by clicking the button to the right (or to all you tweeters out there, tweet! I don’t exactly know how this works, but feel free to do it! )
- Blog about me 🙂
- Fun entry: send me a picture (or blog) about your favorite food! For more information, click here. ( I have been wanting to do this post for a while now, but I didn’t get quite enough pictures to do so. Thanks to everyone who did send their pictures!)
Please leave a separate comment below telling me each entry you did.
Giveaway ends in one week (February 8th). Good Luck!
Now here is a personal, somewhat ironic, story about me and the number one hundred.
I was in 1st grade I think, and the 100th day of school was approaching. 100 is pretty cool for a 1st grader. We were going to celebrate the day with stuff relating to 100. I can’t really remember what, maybe some crossword puzzles and math stuff. Anyway, everyone was asked to bring 100 objects. Can you guess what I brought?
100 sugar cubes.
Ha! I know. It was pretty neat, though, because I glued them together to form a sugar pyramid. Fun! Too bad I don’t have pictures to show you. This was in the year without digital cameras, so I have no idea where those lost pictures are…