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Want a Visit From The Fairy Hobmother?

When I opened my email this morning I was amazed to have received a visit from The Appliance Online Fairy Hobmother. Have you heard of the Fairy Hobmother?  I first heard of her from Happier Than a Pig in Mud.  She visits from here and spread joy and grants wishes!
The Fariy Hobmother graciously left me a Amazon gift card! YAY!!
My kids think they are gonna buy some new music.
 Little do they know!! 
Now for the EXCITING NEWS. The Fairy Hobmother will visit this post and grant a wish to one lucky reader who comments!!
All you have to do is wish and believe!!

Comments

  1. Congratulations on your Fairy Hobmother visit! Don't you just love her!? :) It was totally a pleasant surprise when she visited me last month! So glad you have your wish granted too. Take care.

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  2. Oh, I would like a visit from the Hobmother! shondaet@gmail.com

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  3. I've never heard of this, but it sounds exciting. I hope she visits my blog.
    aseleener@gmail.com

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  4. How fun! Congrats Tiffanee, happy shopping:@)

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  5. What fun! I'l try for a visit ;)

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  6. Congratulations on your surprise visit!!! Every one needs a Fairy Hobmother (and a laundry fairy; a housework fairy would be nice, too)!!

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  7. This is so much fun! I can't wait to see where she ends up next!

    Ellen

    http://everydaysisters.blogspot.com

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  8. I sure wish I could get enlightened so I can select some new appliances for the kitchen. Guess I'll hop on over and get educated. I believe in fairy god mothers, yes I do!!!

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  9. What fun! I would love a summer surprise. Who wouldn't love a visit from a fairy?

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  10. I want a visit from the Fairy please visit me!

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  11. I believe! I believe! I believe! (opens eyes and peeks)

    I don't have a blog though so the Fairy probably won't visit me, but what a cool idea. People need more fun and surprises in their lives!

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