16 November 2009

Let there be LIGHT! And a Giveaway too.

Sometimes on Monday, I have what they call "A Case of the The Mondays."

But today, I don't. I'm pretty excited, despite the fact that Mr de Elba is away overnight at St George and Nat has gone with him. Sigh. This is why a mother's heart can be broken so easily, so little pieces of it can go west in a car with her husband and son while another piece is in the cot with the baby and another piece can be chilling out on the couch watching Shrek with the little girl.

Oh dear. No pieces left over to reside in the kennel with Jaz. If you think that makes me heartless, you'll understand now that I AM -literally- heartless. All the pieces of heart are already accounted for, and currently in use in their scattered locations. Maybe I'll have to find a little broken bit on the floor for the dog.

Today I am excited because the kind folk at buysterlighting.com.au are offering me a free light to try out for my home and also a gift certificate for a Giveaway for YOU!

Now as buysterlighting.com.au (which is part of buyster.com.au that looks after -er- lighting!) is an Australian online store, they only ship to Australia. This means that it's really only worth entering if you live in Australia. But if you DO ... it's WELL WORTH entering!

This is the table lamp I'm looking forward to reviewing:
Exciting!

If you live in Australia and would like to enter this giveaway, please go to http://www.buysterlighting.com.au/ and have a look around at the lighting, fans and lamps there. There are even some iPod speaker lamps I've got my eye on for Nat!

Then come back and leave a comment!

Because I LOVE CHRISTMAS, I want to hear what's on your wishlist this Christmas - what friends or family you'd like to see, what food you'd like to eat or what little gift you'd like to receive to celebrate Jesus' birth!

Have a think about that, and leave it in the comments.

A random winner will be selected and will receive a $50 gift certificate to put towards the purchase of something illuminating from buysterlighting.com.au!

(To my lovely readers from the USA, I am sorry that this giveaway doesn't suit you, but I am hoping to run another one sometime that will be suitable for all my readers!)

6 comments:

Cazbam said...

What i really really want for christmas is my family all together for once. For the last 4 or 5 years it's been a bit higgledy-piggledy. My brother is in sydney this year, my other brother can only make it to my parents place for breakfast and we can only make it for lunch/dinner.
And luke's family...his parents are overseas this year and his brothers will be going to their respective girlfriends parents place in maleny and gympie for christmas.

So, that's what i want.....

The Accidental Housewife said...

A Giveaway! So exciting!

For Christmas I want Mr Accident home safe, of course, especially since it's baby's first. But I will settle for my Great Aunt's world famous brandy sauce, some nail polish in dark blue, and some more thread for my sewing machine. I'm easily pleased. =)

The Accidental Housewife said...

..and also now I want one of those tiffany green turtle lamps from buyster - I didn't even know that shop exited! So cool.

Tracy P. said...

Well, we're even then. I can't win a lamp, and you don't have canned pumpkin. I'm sure it's like mashed, but that would put the EASY feature right out the window. I mean, healthy is good, BUT...

I know just what you mean about the heart thing!

Nice to hear you looking forward to Christmas this year. My husband would probably tell you that what I want for Christmas is for everyone to be happy. Good luck to me!

12ontheinside said...

For Christmas I would just like myself and my partner to be happy for the next year. Although I would secretly like to win Lotto for Christmas but that'd be just selfish wouldn't it.

Crazy Sister said...

I visited the site, and I want two Elan table lamps. Now I just need a few hundred dollars...

My wishlist for Christmas? I wish we weren't thinking of leaving our town. But I'd settle for some latin piano music.