Thursday, July 1, 2010

Please Vote!


We are all about photo contest this summer! We have entered another one!

Check here to VOTE for the image above!
You can also earn an extra entry into EVERY giveaway for voting!
Thanks so much!

4 comments:

Beeb said...

I voted, good luck!

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hi Stacy. I just voted. I love that picture. They look so cute and it reminds me of the many fun summers at the beach as a child and with my son and his cousins with our own solo cups.

Hope you have a fun 4th weekend.
Hugs...Tracy :)

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