Saturday, February 07, 2009

Contest: We Have a Winner!

Although I would've liked to have had a few more participants, I was pretty happy with the number of entries we got for the Win a Date with Bo contest. I'll be using some of what I learned next month when we start our Bunny Benefit!

And now, here we have the ballots:















And the impartial selection committee.

"I'm supposed to do what?"















"Okay, I think I get it now."














And our lucky (?) winner is...Thomma! Good luck to you Thomma, and thanks to all who participated. If any of the participants would like to write a story anyway, I'm always open for guest bloggers to share their experiences with the members of Maelstrom!

5 comments:

Thomma Lyn said...

*grin*! Neat-o! This will be fun.

And I love the pictures of Cadbury, the world's most adorable Bunny Randomizer! If I have contests one of these days, I will have one of the Ballicai choose the winners. :) Perhaps MaoMao. Well, maybe not Mao, because he'd run off with the slip of paper in his mouth then whap it under the refrigerator... ;-D

Bob-kat said...

The Oscars couldn't have done it better ;)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Well done Cadbury, I look forward to hearing about Thomma's date!!!!!!

Anita said...

Is Maelstron a game of role or a book?

Glenna said...

I love how Cadbury is onboard with the drawing! I'm looking forward to reading Thomma's story!

And the moving-bunny pictures: My cameras are older, and not expensive or fancy, but I notice my little point and shoot digital (an early Nikon coolpix) takes too long to focus indoors to take a good movement shot, although it does better with fine closeups, like the embroidery pictures and things that don't move. The little camera's photos are crisper. I use a Nikon DSLR to take indoor bunny shots, because it doesn't take long to focus, and catches the action better. I don't understand the whys and wherefores of digital photography, so I don't know why this should be so. Someday I'd love to buy a really nice Canon, but that'll be after I finish giving U of MD all my money.