Jan 25, 2014

Read, Vote, Win!

I think I've decided on a design for my large blank (and damaged) canvas.


 I won't give away all the details yet because I want to have a big reveal when I finish it.

But I do need your help.  I've decided on a Kentucky theme for the painting.  I need you to help me decide between three quotes.  The quote that receives the most vote will be the one I go with.  I'm a big fan of all of them.

Quote 1.

"I've never met a Kentuckian who wasn't either thinking about going home or actually going home."  {Albert B. "Happy" Chandler}

Quote 2.

"Heaven must be a Kentucky kind of place." 

Quote 3.

"I take with me Kentucky, embedded in my brain and heart, in my flesh and bone and blood.  Since I am Kentucky, and Kentucky is part of me."
{Jesse Stuart}

Alright.  What's your vote?  I think I have a favorite, but every time I start considering that it may be the final decision, I look at the others and think I love those too. 

Don't feel like voting?  Maybe this will entice you.....I'm opening the votes until this coming Friday (January 31st.  And I'm making it a contest.

So, to win, you must: 
1.  Share my status with this blog post, or share this blog post link.
2.  Comment on my Facebook page or here on the blog and tell me two things: 
                                                                       1.  You shared the post
                                                                       2.  What your vote is for favorite quote.

People that chose the quote receiving the MOST votes will all be entered into a drawing.  Drawing winner will be announced on Saturday, February 1st and will receive an 11"x14" version of the canvas I'm making for my mantle.

You have until Friday, January 31st at midnight to vote.  I'll announce a winner on Saturday, February 1st at 9 am.  

Let the votes roll in!!

4 comments:

Carilynn Gravatte said...

I shared it and am most definitely voting for No. 1!

Ashley Ray said...

Shared vote #3

maria said...

I shared it and like #1, I imagine that my son in NC feels this way about coming home to KY.

Mark Madden said...

As a Kentuckian living in KS, I would have to say #3. I have a Jesse Stuart book on my headboard. When I get homesick, I read it. I have lived here for 22 years, but my heart is still in KY.

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