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And “Eat Like A Dinosaur” Goes To…

You didn’t really think it was going to be that easy, did you?  We must describe the very scientific method by which we chose the winners.

First, we had to show off the prize.

Then, we had to ready our Selection Device.

Then, after a careful and meticulous selection process, the winners were chosen!

Congratulations, Nicole and Mel!  I will send you an email shortly so I can get your addresses.

Have a lovely Tuesday, everyone!


2 comments

Karena says:

Jan I see you at Privilege and have wanted to visit. I love what I see on your site (especially the Sweet Potato Chips!)

Congrats to the winners!

I hope you will Come and enter my amazing Cross Bottle Guy Giveaway!You will love it!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Be says:

I enjoyed reading all the responses to the contest. It is heartening to know there are so many people out there trying to get kids started off right. I can kick myself for not learning about diet when I was mis-teaching our kids how to eat. Starting with good habits is much easier than breaking bad ones.

Congratulations to the two winners, but congratulations to everyone else trying to feed our future well!

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