Friday, October 30, 2009

Free For All Friday

Get ready for some Snack Throw Down Half Time fun. But, first...

Check out our winners of: monthly t-shirt, owl cookie cutter, and Altoid Table prize.

Lauren, Kate, and all you raving Throw Down fans. Listen up. Listen very carefully....



Signing off until tomorrow...

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The video is so large that it hides the voting poll for this week's Snack Throwdown.

Anonymous said...

Who won the Snack Throwdown this week?

Claudia said...

What do you think of Richard's fancy camera work? One more reason why we need Heather back!!!!

Kat said...

Ha ha! I did win those already! They are sitting here clipping things together on my desk at this very moment!

I am excited to see what next week holds!

Katie @ Highlowaha said...

Good morning, HLA!

Anonymous- I shrank the size of the video so hopefully you can see the poll now!

Cheryl said...

Hey... looky there...
Ray just made the announcement!

Peggy said...

Wow, you guys are ambitious!!! And fun! And lovely! No complaints here... just amazing! Have a great day y'all. Hope the sun is SHINE-ing where ever you are!

Chaotic said...

Robin... I loved your comment yesterday "Winter solstice: party owl night long (longest night of year)" This is the night of the year that we stay up in vigil, awaiting the return of the sun :-)
Going BACK to the video now! Boss just left.

Robin said...

Winter Solstice is also the birthday of my twins!

Cheryl said...

It's such a beautiful Friday here! I hope it's a beautiful Friday where you are, too!

Cheryl said...

I also just want to add that this weeks Snack Throwdown competition was a tough one to choose between. I really went back and forth before I voted.

Kat said...

I agree Cheryl! I seriously couldn't decide. Also, I made Cupbrowookies this afternoon! They are still cooling, but they smell heavenly!

Cheryl said...

Alright Kat! I made them Wednesday night, decorated them Thursday night and Drew took them to school today for his birthday. Unfortunately there are 20 kids in his class... and I had just enough to make 20 so I didn't get one. :(