In November, this blog’s Facebook page will turn 10 years old! To celebrate this milestone, I’m giving away five Gen.X parody marathon stickers.
Favorite Cartoon from Childhood
All you have to do to enter is answer a question. What is your favorite Saturday cartoon from childhood? Feel free to elaborate. Why did you love it so much?
Answer the question on Facebook or in the comments section of the blog. (Feel free to share a picture or video in the comments section on Facebook.) If you leave a comment on the blog, leave an email address. I will not add you to any newsletter mailing list unless you tell me to do so. If you sign up on Facebook, make sure you check private messages as that is how I will reach you if you are the winner. Five winners will be selected randomly on August 15.
Please Note: This contest is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. No purchase or sign-up of any kind is required. The host of this contest is Jennifer McCollum, administrator of the Are You There, God? It’s Me, Generation X Facebook page.
Gen X Car Sticker Story (Parody Marathon Sticker)
I created the Gen X car sticker because life is a marathon and our race has been like no other. Neil Howe said Generation X was born during the greatest anti-child phase in modern times. Years later, Tammy Erickson described us as the most devoted parents in history. God always brings something good out of something bad. If you like, you can click here and buy a sticker at cost — $3.99. This includes tax and postage. Yea! No hidden fees. Everyone loves no hidden fees, right?