Comfort for You!


This box FULL of padded seat belt covers arrived here this week from Creative Comfort by Kristina. Every CITR Retreat 2011 attendee will receive one. They are GORGEOUS! Thank you, Kristina! Give her a visit.

I’ve been trying to post as many pics as I can of goodies and giveaways from our retreat sponsors. Please see all of our sponsors here. Some of our sponsors are anonymous. Thank you to our anonymous sponsors, too!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 24, 2011  

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  1. 8-24

    Oh my goodness! Thank you, Kristina!

  2. 8-24

    Wow, so cool!! I SO wish I was coming…sob. Maybe next year…? :happyflower:

  3. 8-25

    How nice that everyone will receive a number of gifts. Thank you ALL!

  4. 8-25

    I am so very excited that I get to attend! It was wonderfully generous of all of the sponsors to have donated such beautiful, and USEFUL things. THANK YOU! :hug: I am only slightly embarrassed to admit that swag is one of my favorite things about attending retreats/conferences etc. :lol: Of course, meeting all of the other ‘crazy’ folks that think like me doesn’t hurt either!

    See y’all in a little over a week! YAYYY! :snoopy:

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