Winning Entries for "United Kingdom"

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Post by Allison » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:40 pm

Congrats to all! There were some great entries out there. :D
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Post by Cleo » Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:10 pm

Wow. I'm humbled.

Congratulations to everyone.

:grouphug2 :grouphug2 :grouphug2

Jan girl, I am SOOO glad to see you at the top of the list.

Your piece had me smiling all week. Just incredible genius! And you make it look so easy. What an inspiration!!

By the way, I changed my Username to ELIZA EVANS

I *always* write under a pen name (weird I guess) and Cleo Cleo looks kind of dumb. :lol:
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Post by violin4jesus » Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:14 pm

I knew Jan would top the list after I read her entry - just brilliant!

Congrats to all the winners - and great job - especially the new people who are already moving up!

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Post by Verna » Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:14 pm

Whether you're Cleo or Eliza, you're an excellent writer.

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Post by dandelionflower » Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:34 pm

Congratulations to all the winners--really enjoyed some great stories. Was so happy to see Verna and Dee and Jan and Michelle and Cleo Cleo and the other winners up there.

With so much talent, it would be easy for a superb entry not to make it into the top ten (I don't mean mine :D ). There was one in advanced--"From Wilberforce to Obama"--that I was hoping it would get "official" recognition. Nevertheless, it was masterful in every way.

There are other stories, too, that were top-notch and didn't make it in. I salute all of you who put your best efforts forward.

May God continue to bless us through your ink.
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Post by Dee » Thu Feb 05, 2009 2:12 pm

Congratulations, Everyone!
:party :party :party

(And especially to you, Challenge buddy, Verna! If I lived near you, we'd go get us somethin' chocolate, eh? :wink: )

Jan, that Shakespeare entry is just the best of the best! And many congrats to the other winners, too! :clap :clap

And thanks, Judges...I appreciate the EC sooo much! :grouphug

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Post by ThreeDee » Thu Feb 05, 2009 3:12 pm

CONGRATS to ALL - very well deserved all around.

Jan, brilliant as usual... but you've heard it all before!

Cleo (or shall we call you Eliza? - now I'm really confused), fabulous job and big congrats.

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Post by swfdoc1 » Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:01 pm

Symphonic wrote:Congratulations Jan, Cleo, Steve, and all the rest!

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Thanks. It was gratifying in a non-competing, killing two birds with one stone, genre-mastering sort of way. (Some of you will get it!)
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Re: Winning Entries for "United Kingdom"

Post by itsjoanne » Fri Feb 06, 2009 10:35 am

LLOONGGG busy day yesterday, and I'm FINALLY getting here for woowoos (you didn't think I forgot, didja???)


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Post by beff » Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:02 pm

Great entries! Congratulations all!
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