Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Free Goodies on This Green Day!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Actually we don’t celebrate much around here, we just don a little green & we’re done (my Scottish-loving self barely permits me to do this, but I do hate pinches). =) Gain a reason for celebrating today on this green day, by saving a little green & taking advantage of some free goodies I’ve got for you! Just think of em’ as your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! =)

-Get a free download of The Pilgrim’s Progress by Paul Bunyan!
You’ll have to add this to your cart, create an account (if you don’t have one), & then click check out. You’ll have a chance to enter the code before you have to confirm your order - & you shouldn’t have to enter any credit card, etc. info at all. NOTE: It does take quite a few downloads to get the entire book downloaded. I don’t know if this offer is only for today or quite a lot of days, so snag it while you can! =)

- Get a free Smead’s hanging folder sample at the link below. Help tame organization for school, etc.!

P.S.: A lot of my vintage graphics come from "The Graphics Fairy" (including the image above)! Visit her site for more free clipart cuteness! Ahh, free! LINK:

P.P.S.: I haven't the foggiest why that piglet is jumping over the clover! Must be some strange sign of Irish luck. =)

I do not wish you luck, but sweet blessings!


  1. Bess,

    Thank you so much for the sweet comment and for following my blog! It is a true blessing to get to know other young, godly women! :)
    Thank you for sharing the codes and free items. What a blessing!
    I hope you are having a wonderful and blessed Wednesday!

    Your Sister In Christ,

  2. Thanks, Bess for the great links. I had been looking for some graphics to post on my blog.
    May the Lord pour showers of blessings on you on St. Patrick's Day!
    With love,

  3. Dear Bess,
    Thanks for leaving the sweet comment. I had to memorize that poem for my school. I knew that you would like it since you told me that you like Scotish poets. That is so neat that you went to the Highlands!


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