Hawaii Island Hopper CONTEST!!
Hey guys, if you haven’t heard already, I was one of 15 NYC-based food bloggers invited to participate in a contest where YOUR VOTES can send me back to Hawaii!!! I know how much you loved those posts – and love my travel posts – so if you want to see more, please vote ONCE A DAY to send me there to blog about food for Urbanspoon and Hawaiian Airlines!
“What do you mean, you don’t want to vote for me?”
to vote for me, at least once a day please! Voting ends SUNDAY NIGHT so EVERY VOTE COUNTS!!!
Thanks loveys!!! You know that will mean more food posts for you to read, right?!
“I am not amused by your reluctance to vote”
These photos are from the post I almost entered: http://feistyfoodie.com/2010/06/24/peru-machu-picchu-part-1/
Don’t make this all in vain! Vote for me!
Today’s the last day to vote! Help me win!!! Someone pointed out that I should include a photo of me smiling. I’m actually in Connecticut right now at the Mohegan Sun BBQ Fest but here’s a photo from Saturday… and I am smiling huge. Recognize the guy I’m with?
That’s how big I’ll be smiling – and then add about 1000x – if I win this contest.
Help me smile that big by voting and telling all your friends and family to vote as well! And aside from a post if I do win, this is the last post about this contest I’ll ever write. Thanks guys!!! Enjoy your weekend
PS The guy I’m with – hope you recognize him, maybe something special for the first person to identify him in comments (aside from those people I already told! or the Twitter followers!) – was so shy, it was adorable. A friend asked me who xx was when I expressed excitement at seeing him, so I glanced towards the competitor area and saw him… then caught his eye and was trying to say “That’s xx” to my friend. When he glanced over, I lifted my hand and waved and he seemed surprised almost, then waved at me… which is when I decided to head over for a photo. He looked even more surprised, and when I told him “oh em gee, you’re like, my IDOL” he actually looked embarrassed and shy, and said “oh stop, no way” – it was SO ADORABLE.
And the guy behind me in glasses totally threw up on the announcer during the competition. I wish I was kidding. But I’m not. It was sort of awesome and totally awful.