Tuesday, October 19, 2010

First Ever-Giveaway.

Are you tired of throwing out rugs and mats that accumulate dirt faster than your vacuum cleaner? If so, then a Jellybean™ is the accent rug for you! All Jellybean™ rugs are machine washable! If something is spilled on a Jellybean™ rug, no problem! Don't throw it out; throw it in the washing machine! The beautiful and bright colors are there to last, even through many, many washes. Put your Jellybean™ rug on your porch or patio, and rest assured that it will stand up to heat, cold, and won't fade in the sunlight. They are just as at home outside as they are inside your home! There is a Jellybean™ rug for everyone, so feel free to buy for yourself, your friends, your family, anyone! Kids love Jellybean™ rugs, too! They are even perfect for litter box mats, or under pet food bowls. The possibilities are endless when you have a Jellybean™!

This Pink Zebra Striped Rug is coming to you FREE. Everybody loves a freebie! It is the perfect compliment to your funky digs.
How to enter: You must leave a comment about what you like best about Madison at Main rugs that you can find here. Your comments have to be legit. In order to increase your chances of winning, you can also leave a comment about the design that you like the best. Please leave the name of the rug along with your comment. One MORE way to increase your chances of winning, follow Madison at Main on Twitter and Facebook. Leave a comment after you have done so! So many chances to win this hip accent piece for your favorite room or a kids bathroom! The end date is November 9th. Don't miss out!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Patsy Cline.

I was cleaning this morning and I opened my wooden chest to store a few things when I ran across my Patsy Cline CD. I have alot of memories connected to her music. Almost every time my Nanny and I would ride in the car, we would blast Patsy Cline and sing loudly like we really had some talent. I popped the CD in the player and sang out loud while I did my house chores. It took me right back to that Lincoln Towncar and I was singing "Walking After Midnight" way off key. It was moment, so I really didn't care. Fortunately for my better half, he was asleep!