Friday, February 26, 2010

Fabulous Friday...

We have really enjoyed watching the Olympics the past couple of weeks. I think the talent, ability, and dedication of these athletes is amazing! (I can't imagine getting up as early as so many of them do to practice everday, either!)

So to enter our giveaway today, tell us your favorite memory of the 2010 Olympics or what has inspired you while watching the Olympics. Leave a comment here on the blog (or email us if you have to).

Here's what you can win today...our "ABC's of You and Me" class kit that we are teaching at the conventions this year...this is NOT available for sale on our site!
We will post the winner Sunday! And if you're in Louisville, KY, visit us at the Creating Keepsakes convention this week-end.
Tracy

8 comments:

metwife said...

I would have to say that I have really taken a HUGE liking to Curling. It was sad that the USA mens and womens team did not do well but that is what sport in general is about. Some time you win some and some time you don't. The Olympics are obviously the biggest of the best in sports, but I feel if you live life to your fullest and do your best that is all you can ask for in life!

Shelley said...

We enjoyed watching Shaun White win the gold!

Shelly said...

I love watching the ice skating. To see those women receiving their career high marks during an olympic event shows how strong they are mentally as well as physically. Many of the athletes have had to overcome many challenges to get to where they are and its nice to see there are still those out there that are so dedicated to what they love to do.

sandy said...

I will be completely honest, it's all about Apollo!
My heart broke for young Lugers family and the figure skater who lost her mother.
I did enjoy the hockey and the snowboarding, I love the gold!
But Apollo Ono could skate in circles for hours, and I would sit on the edge of my seat to watch. Gold is great, but I'm okay with silver and bronze, too.

Lois said...

My favorite memory of the Olympics was the Canadian Ice Skater, Joannie Rochette. She was skating while grieving the loss of her mother and did an excellent job. She deserved a medal. It touched my heart to see her skating and the determination and strength it took for her to do that with the loss of her mother so recent. There were so many USA gold moments that were memorable!

Susan said...

I am captivated by the Curling. Still not sure of the scoring.

brenlubrant said...

I have to be honest. I did not watch the Olympics because at night I am busy creating, and checking out so many blogs with inspiring ideas. However, in the past, I would always like to watch the ice skating events. I see where you will be at CKC in Louisville. Are you coming to St. Louis, MO. CKC? I live an hour drive from there and will be attending. I would love to take a class from you. Thanks

ANGELA said...

Loved seeing Shaun White realize that he had the gold - such raw emotion and joy on his face. And then it was hilarious to watch the discussion btwn him and his team as to what he should perform. Such a victory!