Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
The Chubby Chatterbox would like to have three hundred followers, but he's stuck at two hundred sixty-eight. To that end, he's having a giveaway.
Follow The Chubby Chatterbox, or if you already follow him, then leave a comment on his blog to have a chance to win a beautiful painting. It's The Chubby Chatterbox's (Stephen Hayes') own work, an oil painting based on a work by Phillip Wilson Steer.
Stephen, I hope you don't mind that I lifted this image from your blog. I think seeing its beauty will help you get more followers.
Isn't it gorgeous? The giveaway ends on December 3, so the winner can have it in time for Christmas. You can give it to someone you love, or keep it for yourself.
I would not mind having this beauty and her kitty hanging on my wall.
Even if you don't win the painting, you'll love following The Chubby Chatterbox. He's an excellent writer whose stories about his life and his travels have enthralled me for quite some time now.
Please tell Stephen that Janie Junebug sent you his way.
Infinities of love,
It is indeed gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Follow that Chatterbox and you might win it. I must say, though, that I admire him for sticking to an eating and fitness plan. He's lost weight and isn't so chubby now. Maybe he's The Skinny Chatterbox.Delete
You "lifted" it with the best of intentions. ;pReplyDelete
I also emailed Stephen, who was pleased with the post. I would think you and Slugmama would want to enter this giveaway. It would add to your Christmas gift stashes--or you could keep it for yourself.Delete
I love Stephen's blog!! I posted about this giveaway yesterday on mine.ReplyDelete
I read this and thought "Snoopy . . . earthquake." See how well I remember your posts?Delete
I meant today!!ReplyDelete
Yup. I visited.Delete
I like the Chubby Chatterbox and your blog. It's so nice to read posts from talented people.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I like your blog, Penwusser, and I like calling you Penwusser.Delete
(Not-so) Chubby is a fantastic artist, isn't he? Funny, too.ReplyDelete
He's great. I learn so much about art from him.Delete
He's been a loyal blog friend for years. I also posted this, but you did a much more thorough job. You're generous like that.ReplyDelete
Happy Halloween m'dear.