5.28.2010

This weekend...a GIVEAWAY!!!


EZ E's little birthday party is this weekend. In celebration of our little guy's third birthday, Rachael and I have decided to do a letterpress mask giveaway! EZ E will be choosing three winners on his birthday. For a chance to win, just answer this question in the comments before Tuesday, June 1st:
What was your favorite age and why?
We'll announce the three winners* on Tuesday morning. Good luck and have a great weekend!



*Each winner will receive one letterpress mask. Winners will be given an opportunity to choose which mask.

31 comments:

The Frugal Hostess said...

My favorite age, aside from the age I am now which is truly the best, was age 10. Fifth grade ruled. We were the oldest kids in elementary school, and life was great before all the hormonal evil started in middle school.

Jake Covert said...

16. I could drive. ;-)

Angela said...

The very lovely age of 4. I traveled a lot with my mom, I remember road side diners and hotels. Great zoos and good music. Hank Williams and Waylon Jennings will always hold my heart.

marko@rochester.rr.com said...

I would have to say age 7 was truly excellent! Just old enough to be fully immersed in the magic of birthdays and holidays... and to get all the "cool" toys from Santa!

By the way, I think your masks are a great idea... I remember making many masks as a child. Good times!

JoyLuck said...

Age 5 for me. I loved everything about it, especially Kindergarten. I had my hair in super cute pigtails every day and Todd Bristol sat next to me in class (and the most amazing white/yellow hair I'd ever seen). My teacher Mrs. Scott would teach us French sometimes. There was dress up at every turn and there was even paper as big as we were to draw life size figures of ourselves on. Being 5 ROCKED!

Rachael, Pistachio Press said...

I'm not actually going to enter, but I wanted to play along...

I really liked being 10ish. Double digits were sweet and everyone still seemed to get along. Lots of bicycle trips to the library (I was a big time dork). The next few years were rough and then 16 was pretty awesome. More freedom, fun friends, less self-conscious.

spoffy said...

12: We moved that year and the library in my new school was terrific! That was also the year my Mom and I followed my dad's aircraft carrier around the Mediterranean for a month.

(want! bunny! mask!)

old riv said...

I would have to say 6 was my favorite age EVER! I just loved kindergarten and all the magic of that year. I remember making forts in the willow trees in our back yard and picking blackberries till my fingers were blue and my belly was full.

Melissa said...

I really enjoyed 20. My junior year of college was the most fun, and I miss those carefree days.

Anonymous said...

I have to say 32. I am now old enough to truly appreciate how fortunate I am. I have two amazing children and one incredibly supportive and loving husband. I can love my parents for who they are. I can serve in a job that serves others. I am fortunate indeed.
Sage

Brinn Goddard said...

25. It's the age where you're officially not a kid any more. You can do everything, even rent a car. It's also the first age when I cried about my age...totally rocks memories!

vantiani said...

Oh how exciting! I am soo in love with this mask since days ago when I saw it here!

I will say that 25 is the most inspiring yet painful age I have experienced. During that age I start to change to be something that I feel really comfortable with and found my soulmate. I even had a tattoo to remember it by. Yes, 25 will always been my favorite age:)

Lily & Keela said...

The most terrific age of 18. Nothing about the specific age makes it the best, aside from being able to buy things off form informercials, its just the friends I have, the things we do and things that make us laugh.

chattykathy said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

As a kid, I really enjoyed being 10. I could ride my bike around town and to my friends houses. Lot's of outdoor playing!

As an adult, I enjoyed 27. It was a good year! I met my husband.

HAVE FUN!

The Fuzzy Bunny said...

I think 18 was an amazing year for me. I moved far away for college and loved the freedom of a new place, new people, and soooo many new opportunities and learning experiences.

Your masks rock! I might have to have them for my next birthday party, too.

Eartha Kitsch said...

Ooh! Good question and it's fun reading the answers. My favorite age would be 26. It was the first time that I lived alone, on my own...and I LOVED it! I finally felt like I had room to find out who I really was.

Mandy said...

wow...i love most of my adult ages, but i loved being 7, as in as in a big family parties were scarce, in ours, we had out first party at 7, then 14...but 7, was fun, first "boyfriend"...lol...year 2, the biggest kids in infants, and still believed in santa!!!
great giveaway, and happy birthday to your little man.xxx

Fritzi Marie said...

My favorite age was 13. I was so carefree and happy then. The older I get, the more I feel like that 13 year old girl again. I love that.

hugs,
Fritzi Marie

Chacoy said...

I would have to say between 8-10.
I had so much fun as a kid, but this age was when I truly discovered me.
I loved to ride my bike, play softball, hang out with friends and especially with my sister & two little brothers, it was the best!
chacoyaguayo{at}yahoo{dot}com
Thank you for the opprotunity!
Happy Birthday EZ E!

Donnell said...

33 was my favorite age. The party was awesome and everything seemed right that year. I was comfortable in my skin that year. I attribute it to the pinata. Everyone should have a pinate for their birthday no matter their age.

Patty said...

Eight! That was when my brother was born and I got a built-in pal and playmate ---

Siobhan said...

I would have to say my favorite age was 7. My family moved across town and I felt like it was across the universe! I started at a new school and made all of the friends I would have for years afterward...7 was an awesome time in my life!

Tisha said...

Well, there was the age of 4 when I remember feeling like nothing was wrong in the world and my sister had to tell me after I asked why she and my brother had to fight, "Things get harder when you get older!" Then there's 24, my age now. I have an awesome husband and 2 awesome kids. Gotta love that.

kristyhayter said...

25 was my fav because i changed jobs, went traveling through europe by myself for three months finally got a tattoo and general "came into myself" that year. it rocked.

Happy Birthday E!

Camila F. said...

My favorite age was age 14! It's when I realized that I was an awesome kid and that I could be able to make amazing friends!

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LeeLa said...

my favorite age was 10! At 10, it was declared I could no longer be called munchkin, I loved I was finally into double digits. A month after turning 10, my mom beat cancer so it was a year of amazing celebrations.

Flywheel Press said...

I would have to say 3 and three quarters, Sofia's age right now. It is amazing to see her discover things and truly experience life, body and soul. There is also something magical about her ability to believe the unbelievable without a second thought. I remember those moments, and that is the coolest thing about life, my three year old has the ability to make me remember what it is like to really live.

Kristin said...

I think 4 year olds are fantastic. They are the best storytellers!

Jen Craun said...

6 -- FIRST GRADE, and the whole world of reading opening up. My fondest memories.

Hanna said...

I loved being around 7-9 years old. We lived in a neighborhood with all our school friends, kind of ran wild, and just had fun.

Aesthetic Outburst... said...

Thanks for playing, everyone! The winners are Patty, Mandy, and Marko! Congratulations! xo, Abbey

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