Happy March everyone--spring is just around the corner. Kind of. At least that's what they tell me. This month's topic really has nothing to do with anything but it just kind of came to me and I thought that it would work. Curious? The topic is "The next twenty years." Kind of different, huh? You can take it from various angles and I'm looking forward to what you'll come up with.
If you'd like to participate (and I'm hoping you do!) here are the rules:
1. Write a post or find one in your archives on the topic, "The next twenty years," and email your post's permalink to me at: scribbit at gmail.com any time through Wednesday March 19th. If you fail to meet the March 19th deadline I will still happily publish the link to your post and include it in the list of entries but it will not be judged. I reserve the right to reject submissions if they fail to meet the topic or if they contain objectionable content.
2. Publish a link to the contest page here at Scribbit in either your entry post or in a separate post.
3. Check back here on Friday March 21st when I will post a complete list of the entries along with the Write-Away Winner and any honorable mentions our judge sees fit to award.
Our guest judge this month is Melissa from Woolgatherings if you haven't met Melissa yet I look forward to introducing you to her later this month, I've enjoyed her blog for over a year now.
This month's prize is an Alaskan ulu which is a Native cutting tool used for all sorts of things: skinning beavers, slicing muktuk, filleting salmon--but if you're running short of beavers or whale blubber it's also popular as an all-around chopping tool in the kitchen. If you don't have one of these yet you'll love it.
But besides this the winner and all runners-up or honorable mentions (I leave that up to the judge to award them) will also get to take home this attractive Write-Away Winner button which he or she may display in their sidebar if they wish.
Good luck, I look forward to reading your entries.
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