Wednesday, September 23, 2015

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY WITH WINNER

Congratulations to last week's WORDLESS WEDNESDAY 
winner: MARY!

I liked her answer entitled:


Image courtesy of [cbenjasuwan] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net


LOVE HEALS ALL WOUNDS


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Wordless Wednesday is actually filled with words--the words, thoughts, and feelings that pictures or images evoke within each of us without uttering a single word!


Image courtesy of [winnond ] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

What WORD/WORDS does this picture evoke within you?

Or, in other words, "TITLE THIS IMAGE."

I'll start: "A THIN LINE"


My favorite answer wins a $5.00 dollar Amazon gift card.
Don't forget to leave your email or I will be unable to name you as winner!
You may leave multiple answers to increase your chances of winning.

Contest is closed by Thursday at midnight and the winner will be contacted. Winner will be announced the following Wordless Wednesday.

Open only to those who can legally enter. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older to enter or have your parent enter for you. The winner will be emailed. If email is incorrect, a new winner will be chosen. Giveaway is sponsored by Taylor Dean Books. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

25 comments:

  1. A love/hate relationship. Or a "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" relationship.

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    1. Both are great answers, Rose! I love this image. It's a little harder than others, but a little deeper too.

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  2. Congrats Mary, great answer.

    You're breaking my heart.

    Kit3247(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. Nice one, Rita! A love/hate relationship would definitely break my heart!

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  3. Strength comes in both ways...
    l l m (at) a o l (dot) com

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    1. Welcome, LMcLendon! Great to have you here for WW! I love your thought provoking answer!

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  4. Can Make or Break You.......
    l l m (at) a o l (dot) c o m

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    1. Two really good answers! Very impressive!

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  5. Congrats Mary.

    Love heals a broken heart!

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    1. A perfect answer for this image, Sherry! Nicely done!

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  6. Only love can break a heart!
    There is nothing worse then a broken heart.

    quiltlady110 at gmail dot com

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    1. I think my favorite is your second answer. But your first answer really made me stop and think. Very clever, Quilt Lady!

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  7. nice answers

    Hate love?
    sometimes I hate you, sometimes I love you

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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    1. Both are wonderful answers, bn! I like how the first answer is simplistic, yet has so much meaning behind it.

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  8. Congrats, Mary! You used to love me.

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    1. Your answer made me go back and look at the image, Christy! Really good answer!

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  9. Thank you!! Always a lot of fun.

    Words are powerful

    You tear my heart in two

    Opening up your heart to love

    It's all in the spelling


    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    1. You're welcome, Mary! I love all of your answers, but the fourth one is my favorite. You are very creative!

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  10. Letting Love heal the Hate in my broken heart
    Love heals all wounds
    A fine line between Love and Hate

    wildjan3(at)isu(dot)edu

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    1. Though all are really good, I love, love, love your first answer, Jana! Such a perfect caption for this image!

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  11. Congrats Mary!!
    Sorry I'm so far behind on responding to responses you've left me, Taylor! I'm just kind of behind in, well...everything! Ugh!! But I'm working on getting caught up (and that includes getting here before Thursday night!) :)
    Love and hate are both four letter words.
    "This love, this hate is burning me away." From two different Hollywood Undead songs :) Word of caution if anyone is interested in checking them out if they've never heard of them before...they can be quite vulgar/demeaning! (It's odd: I'll listen to Christian music, but then on the opposite side of the spectrum I'll listen to them...please don't question me! lol!!)
    Choose love, not hate.
    nhughes(at)alumni(dot)albertus(dot)edu

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    1. Hi Natalie! No worries, the contest is open until Thurs at midnight, so you're good! I'm just happy you are able to make it! You have some really good answers today. Very impressive. I haven't heard the song answer, but thanks for the heads up. I'm very eclectic in my song choices too, so I understand listening to different types of music. It all depends on the mood you're in, right?
      Hope you get caught up on everything--and thanks for taking the time in your busy schedule to stop in and play along!! I always love your answers!

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    2. :) Thanks. And very true. If I need to destress, I go straight for either Billy Joel or screamo music (for some reason the screaming calms me down...I don't understand why, but hey, it works, so I'm not going to question it!). Then there are times I feel like a certain artist, or a certain genre. Or just a certain song, which I play over and over again lol!
      Obviously I'm still catching up...but I feel like I'm getting somewhere!! Yay!!

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  12. Congratulations, Mary:)

    Stuck in the middle with you!

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    1. That's a GREAT answer, Laura! I absolutely LOVE it!

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