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CLOSED. 1 Free Commission + 1000 points GiveawayCLOSED.CLOSED. 1 Free Commission + 1000 points Giveaway by MagicnaAnavi
And the final number for commission is: 441, and for points 462! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR PARTICIPATING, AND GOOD LUCK, I WILL ANNOUNCE WINNERS TOMORROW!!!
I already have a list with everyones usernames, so its pointless to comment now.
Those of you that follow my polls already know that I wanted to give something back to my watchers for all of your support, you guys are amazing So, one of my watchers will get one free commission from me, 10 watchers will get 100 DA points each, and all of you will get full resolution .psd file of that free commission
To get a chance at free commission, all you have to do is:
1. Be my watcher (Im doing this ONLY for my watchers)
2. Comment on this journal with the following: "Hey Nana, I want a free commishie *enter smiley of your choice here*" comment ONLY ONCE, with only one account please (lets be fair, mkay? )
To get a chance at points, all you have to do is:
1. Be my watcher
I don't feel like studying today.
Got some groceries, and am drinking my last cup of cocoa, from a can that I've had since around 2000. Makes me feel a little melancholy - it's feels like from a former life. I wasn't married then. I lived in a small city in the prairies. My main form of transportation back then was my bike. I didn't have a lot of money, as my job paid me not much more than minimum wage.
I remember when I bought the two cans of cocoa, there was a volunteer in our fair trade shop, and when we opened the shipment, two cardboard cans had gotten damaged. I called the supplier, who refunded us. I was thinking it was such a waste to throw away the cans, there's nothing wrong with them, there's just a hole in the side. She must have knew what I was thinking, because she immediately said, "Don't you dare buy them just because they're damaged!"
I don't really like cocoa.
But I bought them anyway.
The cocoa was quite bitter, I mixed sugar in with it and would drink it in winter with some water and milk. Some of it I used in baking, making cocoa oatmeal cookies.
I wonder how she's doing...I'm not sure she's still alive. She was about 74 at that time. A wonderful lady, she had served in WWII as a nurse. I admired her, she was still very active and volunteered at a lot of different organizations. I hope I can be like her when I reach her age, and have good health.
The last sip was really rather sweet...
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