Wednesday, February 1, 2017

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY WITH WINNER

Congratulations to the last WORDLESS WEDNESDAY 
winner: Mary!

I liked her caption entitled:


Image courtesy of [andongob] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Ten Little Hearts hanging on the line,
One walked down the aisle and then there were nine,

Nine Little Hearts dressed up for a date,
One eloped to Vegas and then there were eight,

Eight Little Hearts ....

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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 [graur razvan ionut] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net


What WORD/WORDS does this picture evoke within you?

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

I'll start: "When a man loves a woman."
  
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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.

21 comments:

  1. Thank you!! It's so much fun to play around with words.

    Walking hand in hand with love.

    Facing the world together.




    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    1. You're welcome. Yes, it is fun to play around with words. I loved your little poem, Mary! So cute! Congrats on your win.
      This week, my fave is "Facing the World Together."

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    1. Such a perfect caption, Laura! Love it!

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  3. congrats

    symbol of love
    hold my hand and I'll go anywhere with you

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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    1. Two really good captions, BN. Nicely done!

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  4. Congrats Mary! I love your answer.

    Lets join hands and face the future together.

    Hold on to the love of your life.

    Kit3247(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. I'm having a hard time choosing between the two. I love them both, Rita!

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  5. Congrats Mary.

    When a Woman Loves a Man.. (It's a song too)
    Forever love
    Put your hand in the hand of the one you love!!

    Lsmoore43(@)yahoo(.)com

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    1. I guess I haven't heard When a Woman Loves a Man. I'll have to look that up. I think my fave answer is, "Forever Love." I love that one, Linda!

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  6. Two Hearts that beat as one! Thank you
    isisthe12th(@)gmail(.)com

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    1. Hi Linda! Welcome! Thanks for joining us for WW today.
      I love your caption. It's so perfect for this image.

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  7. You'll always have my heart.
    Our hearts are joined together.

    quiltlady110 at gmail dot com

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    1. Hmmmmm . . . two wonderful captions and I'm having a hard time choosing which one I like the best. Nice job, Quilt Lady!

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  8. Congrats, Mary! I was thinking along the same lines as Mary this week with the Neil Sedaka song! Walkin hand in hand with the one I love! I'll have to think on this one or skip this week lol.

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    1. There's still time, Christy! If you think of something else, come on back and dazzle us with your knowledge of songs and great captions!! That Sedaka song is perfect for this, though.

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  9. Congrats Mary.

    Hand to hand, heart to heart

    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. Such a sweet caption, Sherry! I love it!

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  10. Congrats Mary!
    Love is blind.
    Love knows no gender.
    Yes, technically the one has feminine hips, but.....he/she could be overweight lol!! They could just be lovehandles. Then we don't know if they're boys or girls.
    nhughes(at)alumni(dot)albertus(dot)edu

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    1. Textbook love story.
      Okay, I lost you guys on that one....courtesy of my ADHD, let me explain it:
      They remind me of a shape of a cookie when you use a cookie cutter.
      Cookie cutter can refer to same old run of the mill.
      Textbook follows suit.
      And there you have it!!
      Okay, enough sugar for me...haha!!

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    2. Ah, once explained, I totally get, "Textbook Love Story." Very creative, Natalie. Of all of your captions, that one is my fave. I really love it and I'm glad you came back to add another caption!

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