Tuesday, May 14, 2013
A Day Out With Thomas--A Giveaway!
Thomas the Tank Engine rolling along....
They're 2, they're 4, they're 6, they're 8.
Shunting trucks and hauling freight.
Red and green and brown and blue, they're a really useful crew.
All with different roles to play, round Tidmouth sheds or far away.
Down the Hills and round the bends...Thomas and his friends.
I really want to sing that song as my audition song for a show someday. If you are singing along with me in your head, then that means you have a Thomas fan living in your house. And that means you need to win 4 tickets to A Day Out With Thomas! For real.
Heber Valley Railroad is anxious to give a set of 4 tickets to one of my readers. All you need to do is leave a comment telling me a bit about your Thomas fan. Also, share the link to my blog (doesn't need to be this specific post) on your Facebook page with a little ditty about how you enjoy reading my blog. (Yes, this is so I can get more readers so I will have a larger audience for when my book comes out!)
Let us review:
-A Day out With Thomas hosted by the Heber Valley Historic Railroad (starting in Heber City, UT)
-It is approximately a 25 minute train ride with a chance to meet Sir Topham Hat and get your photo with Thomas
-Activities and booths with prizes and free games
-Smiles and memories galore!
-Leave a comment about your Thomas lover
-Link to my blog on your Facebook page (maybe link to one of your favorite posts I've written, or my Deseret News article...whatever.)
Winner will be chosen THIS FRIDAY and tickets will be redeemed for use on Memorial Day weekend.
Bust my buffers! I hope you win.
at May 14, 2013
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