{Giveaway} For My Fifth Blogiversary, I’m Giving Away Something Special to One Lucky Reader!

Final RedWhiteandGrew Blogiversary Giveaway

Five years. Whoa.

So much has happened to me–professionally and personally–during that time. And I’ve come to treasure the many relationships forged online through this blog and my other social media outreach.

I wasn’t sure how to mark the occasion, but then the folks at Serenity Health approached me to offer a giveaway to you all. (Full disclosure: I have in no way been compensated for this promotion, either in cash or in-kind gift(s).) They let me pick from among their tremendous selection of home and garden items, and I went with something blue! (Blue glazed pottery is a personal fave.)

The giveaway items a solar fountain in my favorite color. It is perfect for home garden or apartment patio. (You can read the details about it here.)

Think you’d like to own it?

Then read on for the details!

About this Contest

Serenity Health will ship it to one lucky reader free of charge. (It’s an $89.95 value not counting the shipping and handling.) The winner will be selected at random.

There are multiple ways for readers to enter this contest:

1. Leave a comment here on the blog.

2. Tweet a link on Twitter to this post and copy me ( @redwhiteandgrew ).

3. Share an image from this post on Pinterest and use this text: “RedWhiteandGrew.com is celebrating 5 years of blogging with a giveaway from Serenity Health.” (Or just repin this one.)

4. Leave a note on my Facebook page with a link back to this post telling me where you’d place this in your home or garden.

5. Leave a comment on my Sulia.com feed on this particular post.

You can register to win up to FIVE times. (Get it? That’s one time for each year of the blog’s existence.)

Deadline for entries is 5PM CST on Friday, May 3, 2013.

The winner will be announced on this post and on my Sulia.com page the following week.


And thanks so much to Serenity Health for donating this lovely item.


  1. You know, I’ve been reading you for about four years, and I’ve loved every minute. You are one of the top 3 people who inspired me to go heritage and organic in my garden, and who gave me such great examples to learn from. πŸ™‚ I appreciate all that you do! My “victory garden” sign will be going up in my raised bed garden this year, and I’m happy and much healthier because of it. πŸ˜‰ Thanks!

    As for the bird bath, yes please? We have cardinals and bluebirds here, as well as a variety of others. We’re putting in a lovely “front” garden with flowers and edible ornamentals (herbs and such), and having this lovely item would just set it off gorgeously!

  2. Happy Blogiversary to you, Pamela! I remember starting to read your blog for your Victory Gardening insight, then gathering tidbits for the kiddos from your homeschooling wisdom–although I don’t homeschool but do supplement at home. Your writing is an inspiration, and your positive attitude dealing with personal issues is fabulous. Wishing you the happiest of anniversaries and much, much continued success in the upcoming years. Hooray for you!

  3. Thank you for the lovely giveaway. I have been reading you for a few months now and I only wish I’d found you earlier!

  4. Yay! I would love to win this for my MIL’s garden that she created to honor my lost triplet son. πŸ™‚

    I also tweeted (@angelabickford3, cc’d you) and pinned (@angelabickford3 – my ‘gifts’ board).

  5. Wow this is so cute, my mom would love this in her new backyard πŸ™‚

    Also, Happy Bloggiversary! 5 years is HUGE!

  6. Love the color! I also pinned it. If we win- I am quite sure my daughters will turn it into a water fairy garden. Happy Blogday!

  7. This would be perfect in our memorial area of our backyard. The color is gorgeous! Have a wonderful day πŸ™‚

  8. Congratulations on your blogiversey. I really like the look of the fountain

  9. I would put the fountain in my yard near my St. Francis Garden where I post prayer cards for friends who are needing extra prayers. What a beautiful way to add some color and life to my Garden!!

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