Linda G. Hill

Life in progress

We Have a Winner!


You, the voters, have chosen our new Stream of Consciousness Saturday badge! For a while there it looked like I would have to make the final decision, but I was spared by a hair.

First, as promised (and so the winner’s badge doesn’t show up in the reader) here is the badge we have dutifully used for the past year. Since Doobster has departed for what I imagine are greener pastures and fresher air, I thought it would be a nice tribute to give everyone the opportunity to remember him with this:


an updated version with his name and the dates.

And so, on with the winner. Drum roll please…

The winner of this year’s badge contest is…


My Leaky Boat!

SoCS badge 2015

As I said, it was very close. There was only one vote between each of the top three:

In first was: My Leaky Boat with “Flowers,”
followed by Nearly Wes with “Sun Rays.”
In third was Owl Wonder with “Splash”
and then in close fourth was Irene Design with “Gems”
and bringing up the most honourable last place was Ever Changing with “Waterfall.”

Congratulations to all the entrants for a job well done and thank you to everyone who voted!

Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

6 thoughts on “We Have a Winner!

  1. Thanks! It was fun and you had great entries too!


  2. Congratulations to the winner 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Congratulations to the winner! Well done! 😄

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Love that one, it was the one I voted for, Congratulations to ‘My Leaky Boat.’

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