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Three hundred and seven people signed up to receive one of my husband's spaghetti bibs. You should have seen the look on my dear husband's face when I told him he had to make 307 bibs! (If you missed the spaghetti column, go to: http://tinyurl.com/5rzg9z
Originally the plan was to choose five winners, but instead I'm sending these ten bookclub readers an autographed spaghetti bib: Delores Fisher, Donna Whitman, Lucy Munoz, Connie Brand, Pat Golding, Dee Mulqueen, Stanley Fox, Kayce Cawthon Stoker, Elise Devlin and Jennifer Scott.
Apparently I'm not the only one who needs a change of clothes when they eat spaghetti:
"OOOOH! My children refer to my 'problem' as the 'daily drop' or DD. Sadly, it is not just spaghetti that lands on my shirt!"--Donna Whitman
"I am such a mess! I wear my food well. I am sure the tide stick was invented for me! I have a red sweater with some strips on it. There is one very narrow strip of white, and I managed to hit it with spaghetti sauce! That takes talent!"--Pat Golding
"I had to laugh when I saw the photo. I was considering wearing an apron to work because I am constantly dropping something on my shirts. The bib your husband designed is a perfect solution. You guys should go into business and sell them."--Dee Mulqueen
"There is a long standing giggle amongst my family regarding food mishaps. My mom is notorious for wearing her meals upon her tops."--Jennifer Scott
"Does your husband make hats to go with that bib? My kids tease me about this, I even manage to get spaghetti on my hair. I would love to have Beecher original, which may be the answer to my spaghetti mishaps."--Lucy Munoz
The spaghetti bib is disposable and easy to make. You'll find step-by-step instructions (with photos) at: http://tinyurl.com/6ftsql
Make a bib for a spaghetti slurping friend or relative. Why not invite them over for a spaghetti dinner, complete with bibs? And be sure to tell them about the book club!
Monday I'll be launching our new bi-weekly THRILLER BOOK CLUB, along with the opportunity for you to appear as a character in two different author's upcoming books. If you'd like to sign up for the Thriller Book Club, go to your library's website, or go to www.DearReader.com type in your zip code and we'll sign you up through your local library. Do it today, so you'll be sure to get Monday's Thriller Book Club Read.
Thanks for reading with me. It's so good to read with friends.