The $100 Question: Tell Amy from Doobleh-Vay What Says Summer To You?
By The Editors of ... on May 20, 2010
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Welcome to The $100 Question, where fellow BlogHers are asking questions ... and every answer could be worth one hundred dollars!
Let's meet today's host: Amy from Doobleh-Vay
Amy and her dreamy husband Joe run Little Alouette (the sweetest lil wee wood toy company ever!) She tracks her life on doobleh-vaydoobleh-vay blog and all times has at least 7 projects brewing. She is writing her first novel and learning how to bake in 2010. Amy is practicing positive thinking and hoping to have an essay on NPR someday. Amy LOVES the connections online and helping other women find their rooms of their own. She really likes radishes, spoonerisms, and chicken korma. She is also trying to find the perfect maternity wardrobe for her third pregnancy as a plus size mama.
Amy's photo courtesy Doobleh-Vay
Ready to play? Here is The $100 Question for Thursday, May 20:
What says summer to you?
How to play: Tell Amy your answer to her question in the comments below by 5 p.m. Monday, May 24 to be eligible to win. We'll enter all the comments into a randomizer and choose one lucky commenter to win. Comment as many times as you want. Click here to read the official rules. Good luck!
Want more chances to win? Win an iPad in the Love is Weird Edition of the BlogHer Scavenger Hunt!
Please join us tomorrow for Friday's question, asked by Temerity Jane from Temerity Jane for another chance to win.
You can check out the full list of bloggers and questions in the The $100 Question archive.
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