Happy Thanksgiving – Facebook Contest

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends!
We had our “turkey day” near the beginning of October up here in Canada, so I can’t help but be a wee bit envious (I LOVE turkey dinners!!).

I hope everyone enjoys a relaxing, food-filled day, and ends up with LOTS of scraps for your worms!

One little bit ‘o’ RWC business to mention while I’ve got your attention. Today was supposed to be the official deadline for entry in the 5000 Facebook Fan Fest, but I’ve barely made a peep about it for ages SO it only seems fair to let it run until the end of the month.

If you are interested, and have not submitted an entry, please send me an email with FIVE dates (again, these are you guesses for when we’ll hit 5000 Fans – currently sitting at close to 1800). Please don’t submit your guesses as comments on this post or on the Facebook Fanpage.

Thanks!

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    • Ted
    • November 25, 2010

    Hello to Bentley and to all the RWC folks,
    As a cook, many of us worked the Holiday today. Being in this business, I have no problem getting food for my worms. Today, I brought home a bunch of squash, turnip, and carrot skins for the bin. I hope you all had a great day.

    • Anna
    • November 27, 2010

    Happy belated Thanksgiving to all the wormheads out there. I’m thankful for my health, my family, and redwormcomposting. How would I ever make it through winter without Bentley?

    • Bentley
    • November 29, 2010

    TED – You lucky duck! Sounds great!
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    ANNA – Thanks! Rest assured, I am hugely thankful for the wonderful RWC community and the fact that I’m still able to play with my worms and write about it on a regular basis.
    🙂

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