Monday, November 8, 2010

300

No, we're not talking about the movie about the brave Spartans.  We're referring to the fact that this is the 300th post on this blog, in just under two years.  We are now averaging 700-800 views per month, along with dozens of followers and subscribers.  Thanks for your support!

To celebrate, we are going to give away gift cards, and you have two ways to win:
  1. To enter to win a $15 gift card to Chick-Fil-A, leave a comment on this post that includes your favorite kids movie of all time.  Be sure to include your contact info, in case you are selected as a winner.
  2. To enter to win a $15 gift card to Moe's, subscribe via email through the FeedBurner link (located to the right, near the top); you must activate your feed by clicking on the link in your email.  If you are already a subscriber, you do not have to do it again; we'll include you.

You can try for both, but only once for each contest.  The contest closes on Thursday, November 18.  It just takes a couple of minutes of your time, for a chance at a free meal!

Also, don't forget to follow us on Facebook, too.

Let's hear those movie titles!

(Update:  See the winners here.)

24 comments:

  1. My favorite kids movie of all time is Mary Poppins! I loved it when she kept digging things out of her purse!

    Natalie Clayton
    tigerfaith03@yahoo.com
    616-1457

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  3. Favorite kids' movie of all time is The Little Mermaid.

    basketmommy at gmail dot com

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  4. Favorite kids movie is Sleeping Beauty! :)

    Tracy Tweedy
    tracytweedy@gmail.com

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  5. My favorite kids' movie is The Little Mermaid!
    annesmithsc@gmail.com

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  6. Favorite kids' movie of all time is The Grinch That Stole Christmas!
    kfs6377@me.com

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  7. My favorite kids movie has to be CARS, only because it is my boys' favorite and we've watched it over 1,000 times!
    April Ellenburg
    901.7789
    aprilhargette@yahoo.om

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  8. Favorite kids movie--American Tale-- I love the song about the moon--reminds me I am never too far from my kids/grandkids

    Ginny Magee
    ginnymagee@hotmail.com
    380-1968

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  9. I'll jump on the Disney train--My favorite children's movie of all time is Snow White. A princess that cleans with a great attitude. What's not to love?

    mudflower@gmail.com

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  10. Way too hard to pick one.......... Umm....Ok.. All time favorite KID movie:

    "Swiss Family Robinson"..

    Others:
    Christmas Story
    Stuart Little
    CARS
    Sound of Music
    Pollyanna
    Wizard of Oz...I could go on and on..

    And not that anyone is asking but my all time favorite all around movie is. "It's a Wonderful Life."

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  11. Beauty and the Beast!

    Julie Baker
    julie.bakerau@yahoo.com

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  12. My favorite kid movie when I was a kid: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
    My favorite kid movie as a grown up: Up

    Molly Burns
    mollyburns@att.net

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  13. Thanks for all the posts so far. Looking forward to hearing from others.

    Holly -- can you either leave another comment with your email address, or send us an email at children@gracechurchsc.org, if you want to be entered in the drawing?

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  14. Pollyanna :)

    Ashley Boodram
    ashleyboodram@hotmail.com

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  15. Toy Story (all 3)

    Erin Jones
    erinkjones512@gmail.com

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  16. Robin Hood (the animated Disney version)
    I watched it so much that my mother and I still quote our favorite lines to each other!

    Amanda Harper
    amandanoharper@gmail.com

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  17. My favorite kids movie was The Fox and the Hound
    "your my best friend Todd" "and your mine too Copper" "we'll be friends forever" "yeah, forever" :)

    Michelle Bock
    864-915-4280
    michellew96@yahoo.com

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  18. Actually, growing up, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, was my favorite movie. I always loved the singing and dancing and the multicolored outfits they wore. Who knew you could have so much fun holding women against their will and doing construction! If you've seen it, you would understand.
    Shylah Perkins
    864-363-2971
    shylahme@bellsouth.net

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  19. So many to choose from.....but I have to go with Matilda
    Sally
    sc.yankee@yahoo.com

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  20. Our family loves "sports" movies....Field of Dreams, Hoosiers, Angels in the Outfield.

    At Christmas, we have a tradition of watching The Christmas Story on Christmas Eve as a family.

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  21. Holly from the "Swiss Family Robinson" answer...

    hollis598@yahoo.com

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  22. Thanks for all who entered. Winners will be posted on Sunday.

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