congrats to all the pamie.com book drive winners

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Hi Pamie,

This is exciting news! I was happy to make a donation to this year’s book drive. Being rewarded with a signed copy of your newest just adds to the warm fuzzies. (And since I’ve been married for 7 months, I can have “Cold Feet” on my nightstand without freaking out my honey!)

Thanks for giving us a way to make a difference in the world. I spend a lot of time worrying about MY problems. It was nice to help solve somebody else’s.

You’re amazing. Keep it up!
Amy F
Illinois
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Helping the children affected by the tsunami was reward enough, but this is wonderful! Although I’m worried that my fiancee will start to worry- now I’ll own two copies of a book called, ‘Cold Feet’ only four months before my wedding… oh well. Thanks again!

Olivia
New York
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Dear Pamie

I’m so excited! I actually won something! My cool kid status has been validated.

Seriously, what I’m really happy about is that 2400 children get educational supplies. Thanks for all that you do, mobilising people for the greater good (I know that’s cheesy, but it’s true).

Yay! I get a book, signed by you!
Amber
Florida
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There are (at least) three reasons why this drive rocks:

It allows me to put something back for having enjoyed pamie.com and TWoP so much.

If AB can sacrifice cute shoes after all the crap she’s had to put up with recently then its the least I can do.

Its an honour and a privilege to chip in for primary education in the world’s largest democracy.

Thanks again to y’all for brightening up my days,
Mikey
UK
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Ummm…
Holy Crap! I never win anything. I’ve been wanting to get a copy of Cold Feet so I could read Pamie’s dirty story. Yay for helping kids go to school! And yay for Pamie!

Zer
Colorado

p.s. My mom won a scottie dog once, this is better.

Oh, and I forgot to mention Pamie, I was in Lubbock, Tx a few weeks ago for my husband’s grandmother’s birthday. And I saw your doppelganger at a play palace, I think she was creeped out because I looked at her a few too many times.
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