Tuesday, May 25, 2010

CD & T-shirt Review and Giveaway at Confessions of an Overworked Mom



My friend, Ellen, at Confessions of an Overworked Mom is running tons of great giveaways right now. Wish life around here would lighten up a bit so I could review more products and giveaway some stuff of my own, but such is life.

My son turned 23 today and will be getting married on Saturday. I really wish I knew where the time went. The picture below is from his 21st birthday party that I threw here--well, the one without all his partying friends and the alcohol that he could finally drink. Not quite sure why he is eating that card. Maybe it was before supper.



When he was in high school and I think the early years of college, he played in a band. I remember the excitment of hearing their demos. We all bought t-shirts with the group's logo on them. Is it cool to call it a logo?

Anyway, my son's band is the reason that I believe it's important to support the up-and-coming bands. Who knows when your next local group of teens will become the next KISS, Poison, Slipknot, or Motley Crue.

One eskimO is a London-based alternative rock band. Inspired by the Beatles, The Fugees, Massive Attack and Nizlopi, One eskimO was chosen as an Artist to Watch for the month of November by iheartradio.

Confessions of an Overworked Mom is running a giveaway for a T-shirt and a One eskimO CD. The giveaway is open to residents of the United States. The deadline to enter if May 29th, so stop by Confessions of an Overworked Mom today for details!

4 comments:

Dorothy Thompson said...

Awww...tell him happy birthday for me and listen, you guys have fun this weekend, you hear? No crying! Well okay, just this time...

Cheryl said...

Crying is for sissies...okay, maybe moms too. :)

Rebecca Camarena said...

No crying allowed at the wedding because the alternative is that they live with you into their 40's. So give them a hug and wish them well, you've done a good job, mom.

Cheryl said...

No worries on that. I'm way too strict for his liking. He was crying for his independence. :)