Thursday, January 8, 2009

Momma needs a new printer.....

Unfortunately, we have way too many other things on

our priority list for us to spend money on a new one any time soon.

I know many of you are in the same boat, so this little give away

might be of interest to you....


I'm really hoping to win..seriously..my family is waiting for new pictures

of Princess, and she is complaining right now about the quality of the print outs

she is getting for school. OK, that may be stretching it, she wants new pictures

of Elvis to color in honor of his birthday, and I can't get it done. :-(

Crossing my fingers and crossing my toes the random number generator

picks me!!! ;-)
Isn't it pretty?If we win, we're gonna name it Elvis! ;-)

8 comments:

sarah said...

We spent a year without a printer because we thought the cartridge cost about $100 to replace ... turns out it was only $35!! D'oh! Good luck to you, I hope you win :-)

Nina said...

Too cute! I saw that post but haven't read enough of it to know about the giveaway. I'll enter and if I win, I'll have her send it to you. :)

Becky said...

Oooo... that looks like a nice printer. I won't enter so you will have a better shot ;-) LOL, at naming it Elvis, Thank you, thank you very much.

Homemade Happenings said...

Fancy looking printer! I've given up on trying to print decent pictures on mine - I upload them and have Walmart print them now. I only use mine for worksheets! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!!

Tara said...

That is one snazzy printer and I hope you win it because you and Princess and Elvis deserve it.
As a matter of fact, Epson should just send one to you!!!

Wendy Hawksley said...

Good luck. I hope you win!

I love my printers, but boy do I go through ink fast. That's probably true of all HSers, eh?

8)(8 said...

Sorry you need a printer. I hope you win.

Wendy said...

I think they should give it to you for planning to name it Elvis.

Have you tried Craig's list?

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