As many of you know, these last couple of years have been ones of many highs and lows. 2010 was probably the worst year of my life: dealing with the fact that I was no longer wanted at my job and leaving it for something risky; coming to terms with my mom’s heart attack and having to cope with being over 3000 miles away and not being able to help her; and suffering from probably the worst feelings of depression I’ve ever felt in my entire life.
2011 was the year I spent trying to figure out what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I tried many things and felt like I was floundering most of the year.I spent the Christmas holidays and all of January 2012 finalizing what I wanted. The answer was really quite simple: happiness. For me it’s all about purging out what isn’t working in order to renew my spirit. So far, I am on the right path, but it’s still early in the year and I have a long way to go. With the help of my writing friends and my close personal friends and family, I feel like 2012 is going to truly be the “Year of Susan”.
There is one thing that I must take care of …last year during the month of September, I had my first ever product giveaway. While I announced the winner, I also remembered saying that I was going to have a second drawing and I’m pretty sure that I did not announce the winner of that drawing. I have the winner for that in front of me as I write this. However, I am going to have another drawing for some other people who have helped me tremendously this last year. You have no idea how much your kind words and support have really helped me.
So, the winner of the second drawing for a copy of the latest version of MyMemories Scrapbooking Software is Jenn Duffy-Pearson.
The winners of an Amazon.com gift card drawing are:
4. Elizabeth Grace
I will be holding additional drawings throughout the year, along with a few other goodies for the rest of you on my special list. Thank you for your support and I look forward to a fantastic 2012!
For my five lucky winners, please contact me at your earliest convenience so I can get your prize to you.