Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Beam N Read Giveaway!

Toss your dashed hopes not into a trash bin but into a drawer where you are likely to rummage some bright morning.  
~Robert Brault

Okay!  I've had enough of Mother Nature playing with the thermometer!!  Last week we had highs in the 60's.  Yesterday, today, and tomorrow we are to be in the 80's.  Thursday?  Our high it supposed to on 58 degrees!!  Talk about your weather roller coaster!  I don't know how to dress from one day to the next.  Too soon to put the shorts away....too warm for long sleeves during the day......leave the windows open or closed......decisions, decisions, decision.  Well, at least you can't say it's boring!  




With everything that went on last week with the hurricane know as Sandy, I thought it might be interesting to learn a bit about those massive storms.  Having lived on the west coast all of my life, I have never experienced anything with so much force.  Here are some things I learned:
The word hurricane comes from the Taino Native American word, hurucane, meaning evil spirit of the wind.
A tropical storm is classified as a hurricane once winds goes up to 74 miles per hour or higher.
All hurricanes begin life in a warm moist atmosphere over tropical ocean waters.
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Slow moving hurricanes produce more rainfall and can cause more damage from flooding than faster-moving, more powerful hurricanes.
Hurricanes produce enough energy in one day to run the lights of Las Vegas for many years
Hurricanes in the Southern Hemisphere spin in a clockwise direction. Hurricanes in the Northern Hemisphere turn counterclockwise
The planet Jupiter has a hurricane which has been going on for over 300 years. It can be seen as a red spot on the planet. This hurricane on Jupiter is bigger than the Earth itself
A hurricane can reach 40,000 to 50,000 feet up into the sky
Hurricanes never form at the equator because they need the Coriolis Force, which is very weak at the equator, to spin



The day has finally arrived to hold the Beam N Read giveaway sponsored by ASF Lightware Solutions!  If you missed my review of this fantastic little light you can go HERE to read it.  I'm finding this light more useful than I ever thought I would.  It was great to use while traveling - especially in the hotel room where the light wasn't the greatest for these ol' eyes.  

How can you enter? 

Leave me a comment telling me who you would gift the Beam N Read to and how it would be of help to them.  You don't have to name names, just say Aunt, Uncle, friend, etc (you get the idea).

This giveaway will remain open until Tuesday, November 13, 2012, at 11:59 pm.  I will announce the winner in my post on Friday, November 16.
Only those who live in the USA or Canada may enter this giveaway (sorry!)
Only one entry per person.  
You must leave a way for me to contact you - if I can't reach you, you can't win!
I will use random.org to select the winner.
ASF Lightware Solutions will ship the Beam N Read directly to the winner within a week of my posting the winner.

There will be other Beam N Read giveaways during the month of November:
SewCalGal - Nov 2 to 9
Caregiver Partnership - Nov 7 to 21
Bejeweled Quilts By Barb - Nov 11 to 16
Cotton and Chocolate - Nov 12 to 16
I Have A Notion - Nov 12 to 18
During Quiet Time - Nov 12 to 19
Quilting Gallery - Nov 17 to 24

Good Luck!!!!



I am a bit behind with my BlockBase SAL.  This is block number 2

This is block #2741.  The instructions said to use the templates.  I HATE templates.  I wanted to do it in foundation paper piecing.  It took some figuring but I managed to make the foundation pieces necessary to make this block.  I'm not really pleased with my color selection but I do like the block design.  Now on to the third SAL block before I get too far behind.




Sallie said...

Please enter me in the giveaway. I would keep the Beam N Read for myself because I like to read in bed.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I'd love to win the Beam & Read. Hubby has bifocal contacts now and needs lots more light to read by. I know he'd 'borrow' them from me, but, he might let me use them once in a while. Sharing is good.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Love your opener and closer today - just brilliant! That is an interesting block and look forward to what is to come - I hate templates too. Don't enter me in the give away (I have to use audio books)

Joanne Lendaro said...

Hi Sandy!! It's been a while since I've commented, but check on you regularly, you always have such wonderful information about everything!

I'm having a giveaway on my blog, just FYI, for coin purse frames.

Love the colors of your block, and don't you just love how with paper piecing the points are perfect???

Thanks for your giveaway...I think I would gift the light to my son who loves to read. It would make a great direct light source for those late nights curled up with a book.

Thanks again dearie!!

Joanne Lendaro said...

I am such a goof ball....I've got two blogs open and flipping...I know this is LINDA not Sandy!! Can you say too may irons in the fire???

so sorry...now that I look like a complete ninny..

Mommarock said...

Well, I'd truly like it for myself lets be honest, I can't see so well, but since you asked who we would gift it to I would say my mother. She is even older than I am LOL, and she is still crafting away. She crochets wonderfully, and I am sure she would love to see with the fantastic light of the Beam N Read!

B Greene said...

Unfortunately, I would probably keep it for myself. The older eyes are not what they used to be :-( Thanks for the chance to win this great prize!

Lisa England said...

My best quilting buddy has the same problem I do -- vision getting worse with age! Good lighting really helps so I think she would appreciate this light.

Dresden Quilter said...

I would probably gift it to my son. Thanks for the giveaway.

WoolenSails said...

I would give it to me, for a birthday present, lol.
My eyes have gotten worse and my lighing is horrid, so it would be nice to have something that doesn't take up space and i could use anywhere.


Gene Black said...

Last year I gave a Beam N Read to my Mom. So if I win one this year, I will keep it for myself. I really find I need more light for doing hand work these days. (surely that is not a sign that I am getting older, is it?)

Anonymous said...

I do enjoy reading your blog. I'd love to enter your give away, and I'd love to keep it for myself. I like to sew when watching TV and it's not the best lighting on my work. Thank you.

Needled Mom said...

The weather is a roller coaster. Our high yesterday was 96*!!

I'll bet that block went together well with paper piecing. Great idea!

If I won the light I would give it to my hubby so I could use MINE!! LOL

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I love your block! I must admit I would keep the Beem and Read for myself. I could really use the extra light for my cross stitch. Thanks for the chance!

Kylie Carlson said...

I would gift this to my mother- she'd love some extra light for when she's hand quilting!

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

To be honest, I would want to gift it to myself. Thanks for the giveaway!

Sheila said...

If I were lucky enough to win I would really like to give it to me, I have such a hard time seeing at night and I know this would be wonderful. Thanks for the chance .Loved the quote at the end !

yorkie mom said...

I would gift the Beam and Read to my husband for his poor tired eyes.... and then I would borrow it for embroidery! Thanks for the chance.

Staci said...

I'd love to give a Beam and Read to my dear sister in law. She's having a lot of trouble doing handwork because she can't see it well enough. She's tried fixing up all kinds of odd things to give herself more light, but nothing has worked very well.

Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

Terry said...

I hate to admit it, but I think I'd be keeping this for myself! I'm sure it would be wonderful for stitching and reading! Thanks for the chance! :0)

Anonymous said...

wow what a wonderful giveaway,i would give this to my DD1 as she reads all the time ,she has a stack of books by her bed all the time,thankyou Linda.xx

Deb said...

I'd share it with my daughter - we've gotten in the habit of reading to each other at bedtime, and she prefers to be read to with the lights off. The book light we've been using is pretty anemic and doesn't cast light to the bottom of the page...

Winona said...

I think I would share this with my hubby. He likes to read earlier than I get up. I like to read later than he goes to bed. So it would work out perfect for both of us. :)

Mary Mac said...

I would us this for myself mostly but I now my husband would borrow it

Michele T said...

I want to say that the Beam N Read would be for my DH but that would only be half the truth because I would be the one using it to read in the evenings so I don't disturb him!! Thanks for the chance!

sunny said...

hehe! I'd give the light to DH, so when he goes to bed early, I can still read or stitch!! Very pretty block.

Kathryn said...

I'd love to give this to my mum. She just had cataract surgery and is doing well. It would be good for when shr does cross-stitching.

giddy99 said...

I thought I would give it to my MIL, but when I read "hotel room" I thought, HEY! I'm the one stuck in hotels 4 nights a week - I'll have to keep it for myself! :) Thanks for the chance!

Carla G said...

I'd love to give this to my son - he loves to read in bed! This would be perfect so he doesn't strain his eyes. Thanks for a chance to win! :)
bcgeates at netbistro dot com

scottylover said...

I would love to give this to my dad so when he is reading late at night he doesn't bother my step mom when he has the light on high. :)

Sandy A
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Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

What a neat block! I would try to figure out a way to PP it too! ;-) I have heard of the beam and read lights but have never seen one~ I'd have to have it sent to me so I could check it out, but then I would probably give it to hubby as he often has to use a flashlight to read small print. :-/ Thanks for the fun!

JoyceLM said...

I bought a Beam n Read for my 92-year old father last year. If I win, I'm gifting it to myself. My eyesight needs all the help it can get. Thanks for the chance. (Love the fabrics in your block.)

Barbara said...

Oh, sorry. This one stays with me. In exchange, I'll gift more hand work to others. Fair trade?

astitch said...

Thank you for you informative blog. Your information and inspiration for me helps to start my day. I would like to gift the light to myself as like a lot of people I could do with extra lighting to enable me to carry on stitching and reading at night.

Lovelli Quilts said...

I would give my light to my church's Mission Stitchers--it would make sewing bindings on so much easier in the dim light of our sewing room.

Margaret said...

I would give it to my church's office administrator. She likes to do hand work but always complains that the lighting is so poor in her house.

Stitches said...

This looks like a wonderful helpful tool to have and I think I would have to keep it for myself..I would get a lot of good use from it..

Stitches said...

This looks like a wonderful helpful tool to have and I think I would have to keep it for myself..I would get a lot of good use from it..

LethargicLass said...

I would gift it to my mom

Shar said...

I would give it to my daughter the loves to read at night.

Unknown said...

My mom would love this light. She crochets at night and it would be a great help for her.

MoeWest said...

I would gift it to my hubby. He could use it to read early in the morning. Then I could use it for stitching late at night.

BizyStitches said...

I would like to keep it myself. But I would be willing to let my brother who is in a nursing home use it for the time being. He has a really hard time seeing and he likes to do crossword puzzles. Thanks for the chance to change his life for awhile.

debstokes said...

I would give it to my quilting/sewing friend Chris. Her eyes are as old as mine and need extra help doing hand work. I have one and LOVE it!. THanks, Deborah

Average Quilter said...

I like your block - the colors look good to me. I would love to give my granddaughter the beam n read. She will be 8 in Jan and has been reading since she was 3.

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

I almost forgot to enter the giveaway! I would give the beam and read to my Mom. Love the QAL block..the colors are wonderful (even though you said you weren't happy with your choices). If the block isn't called "Kaleidoscope" it should be! Thanks for a chance to win the giveaway

Charmed Life said...

Sorry, but if I win, I'd have to keep this wonderful tool to myself. I recently joined a quilting bee and every month we meet at someone's house. There is always "polite" scrambling for seats by the lamps so it would be wonderful not to fret about it and be able to just sit where I please!

Linda said...

I gave my mother, who has macular degeneration, one for Mother's Day, so I would be tempted to keep it for myself. If not, I know I could find a worthy person!!!

savvyquilter said...

My mom likes to read on the porch late at night - A Beam and Read would make it easier for her.

Diane said...

I feel selfish but the Beam N Read would be for me because it is getting harder to handstitch in the evenings ... thanks!

MJ said...

I would gift this to my mom as she has a hard time seeing small things in the evening. Thanks for the chance to win.

Cloud 9 said...

Well, I could find many uses for this cute little lamp. But I think it would be just the thing for my daughter who has Apserger's.

CynthiaT59 said...

This would make a great gift to my mom. She needs a little light in her life!

Denise :) said...

I would definitely gift this to my daughter (or rather, her husband -- my son-in-law). They tend to go to bed at the same time, but he likes to read...with the light on! This would be the perfect way for him to read and her to get to sleep! :)

Sally said...

I would love one! (me, I would give it to me!) Quilting and reading are my passions (and love to blend the two, reading about quilting/quilts and novels with quilting themes!)

Kathy H said...

I would give the light tommy daughter. She is in a community band and sometimes they have outdoor concerts in the dark. I think it would be really helpful.

Mom C said...

I feel selfish when I say I would gift it to myself but in a way, it would be a gift for my hubby because I wouldn't turn on my bedside lamp anymore to read in bed. Thanks.

Kd Brown said...

I think my mom might like this light to use for her sewing and handwork. I love Beam N Read lights!

Jennifer Scantlebury Vienneau said...

I would gift it to my sister who knits long into the night. Thanks for the chance to enter this contest.

imebears said...

My daughter does alot of beading at night and it would be a great Christmas present for her.

Julie said...

I would gift it to myself, my aging eyes are making it more difficult to craft these days, and that light would really help me!

Nancy said...

This has been on my wish list for months so I can knit at night!

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

i would give it to my sister that knits because her apartment doesn't have very good lights.

romi said...

I would have to give myself an early birthday present as stitches in crocheting/knitting dark colors are getting very hard to see! Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

Anna said...

I'd give it to mom who lives in Alaska. It'd be really helpful since it gets so dark this time of the year!

Linda said...

I know my sister would love this for knitting when she travels.

sewpatsy1 said...

This is a super gift idea for all of the readers in the family, especilly my 94 year old MIL.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful and useful item to giveaway! I can think of a lot of uses for it!

Thank you for offering this giveaway!


Sheree said...

Not to be selfish, but this gift would have my name on it, but I would certainly share it with my family - if they could ever find a time when it isn't already in use.

Emily C said...

I will use the Beam N Read for craft projects. You can always use some extra light.

Jane said...

I'd gift it to someone in my house so I could borrow it!

dragonswing said...

I'd have to keep it for myself so I could do my crafts easier. I need a bright light.

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