Saturday, August 01, 2009

No Longer in my Twenty-Somethings Giveaway


Since I am turning 30 today, I wanted to host a giveaway (thank you Jenny for the wonderful idea). If you are interested in winning $30 worth of Mary Kay beauty products, please leave a comment in the comment section of this post what you like or think you will like after reaching the age of 30 (if you are posting as anonymous, please include your e-mail address so I can contact you if you are the winner). Since I am so late in putting this post up, I will leave this giveaway open until 12:00 noon on Monday.

The products will consist of an assortment of beauty products which may include makeup and facial care. This giveaway will be limited to the United States since I cannot legally ship makeup outside of the country (per my consultant agreement).

12 comments:

Carrie said...

Happy 30th! I turned 30 in I think one difference is you seem to have more purpose and determination, not caring as much about what others think but just doing what you believe is right, pleasing to the Lord.

Chastity Gomez said...

Happy Birthday! Never knew you had a blog- its cute:) I like being 30 because you have more experiences to reflect upon and gleam from. It's not as bad as I thought it would be:)

Amanda said...

Happy Birthday Tracy! Haven't thought much about being 30... it seems so OLD. :) But seriously, I think that no matter your age, if you live knowing that God is good and know that He promises to take care of us, then age doesn't matter. Hope you have a wonderful day!

Janelle said...

Very Cool!!! Who doesn't love Mary Kay and who doesn't LOVE birthdays!!! I hope yours was a very special one! I turned 30 about a week after my 9 month old daughter had surgery so I was extremely pre-occupied so 31 might be different. :) It is a bit of an eye opener/rude awakening (however you want to look at it) as to just how fast time goes and how much we NEED to redeem the time!!!!

Tricia said...

Hope you had a wonderful birthday! I turned 30 this past year and in reality I barely blinked an eye. I love where we are at and the family God has given us. Hope I feel the same way about turning 40! =)

smartis said...

Hope you had a GREAT b'day! For me my 30th b'day was very special. My DH had 30 red roses delivered and the look and comment of the deliveryman was priceless. "It looks like we have another delivery soon." Tim was born a week later. I love being over 30. Having more life experience to draw from, and am learning that at all times God has a plan, control of and it is for my best everything that happens. Especially in the tough times. It is my part to be totally surrendered to His will for me. And embrace it! That even means growing older (more mature).

thelanternslight said...

Happy Birthday, Tracy!
hmm...30....well, I know one thing, the day I turned 30, I cried. Yep! Sure did. Now that I'm to turn 34 in a few months and I'm still single, I look back and think, the thing I think I would like the most is a husband! :) (and kids!) :)hahahahaha
On a serious note, I'm growing more and more grateful for the love of God and the faithfulness of dear friends.
God bless on your special day.
Love,
Ellen

TwoMuths said...

Happy Birthday, Tracy! I can't enter since I'm allergic to MK, but I am confident we'll both enjoy our thirties! ;-)

Carrie said...

Happy belated birthday!!! I hope this year is your best ever. :) I turned 32 this year, and I think the only thing that really bothers me is the feeling that time is totally racing by and never seems to slow down. I mean, it seems like I JUST finished college, and here I am, on the verge of being married for 10 years, and now with 3 kids . . . well, I'm sure you can relate. :) Anyway, it is a good reminder of how much I need to focus on using my time more wisely, investing time in my family and raising our kids for the Lord.

Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway! Happy birthday to you, my former "freshman" roomie! :)

Kelly said...

Happy Birthday Tracey. Saw this from Facebook! I think that in turning 30, you really begin to see what is important in life!

Mary Ann said...

Yay - happy birthday! What I love about my thirties...just the continuing maturity that comes with time. The fact that the Lord continues to teach me to be concerned with what He thinks about me/my behavior rather than what people think. I also love my thirties b/c it's when I started dating & then married my sweet husband ;-)

Alicia said...

Happy birthday Tracy! Hope you had a wonderful celebration of the blessed years God has given you!

30 seems the same as 29 did to me -- though now I feel a little more confident about mothering than I did before. And I see such foolishness in youth that I didn't seem to notice before. AND I crave the wisdom of older moms/women more.