Behold: The first Yesterday Road T-shirt winner!


Here’s me as a model! (Don’t worry. I’ll keep my day job.) Love the T-shirt and being a winner :)

Originally posted on WHAT THE HELL:


Readers, meet Marie Bailey, who won the recent Yesterday Road T-shirt giveaway. Marie was kind enough not only to don the shirt rather than slipping it into a local Goodwill bin, but also to provide this photo of her actually wearing it.

Drop by and read Marie’s engaging blog, 1WriteWay. She is always thoughtful and sincere as she describes her writing life, and she’s probably the most generous re-blogger out there.

Thanks, Marie!

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  1. Congratulations! :-)


    • Thanks! I rarely win anything so this was a high point for me :) Plus the added pleasure of helping out a fellow writer!


  2. Awww. You look great, Marie. Congrats on winning the cool shirt.


  3. Looking good, Marie!


  4. You have such a beautiful smile!!! :)


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