Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Mother's Day Week Giveaway! A Provocative Manner's Book and Much More!

This week we would like to give a shout-out to all mothers!  A big thank you to our own moms for everything they have ever done or will do for us, to thank them for helping us become a wonderful people we are today.  In honor of Mother's Day, we will be giving away a few fabulous gifts!  We would love to have one lucky reader win our book and extra goodies! These treats are perfect to celebrate the warm spring weather and fashions.

To enter the giveaway, you must write a comment below along with your email address.  Tell us what your biggest pet peeves in regards to manners and common sense.  The winner will be randomly selected and will be announced on Monday morning at 10:00 a.m. central.  This giveaway is open to international residents.

The Gift Box includes

  • A signed copy of our book, Provocative Manners: The Sauce of Life
  • Three mini pastel nail polishes by BORGHESE
  • A hand-made pink and green stone necklace by, Strings of Summer
  • Summer scarf from New York & Co., made of 100% silk
  • Three scented "wine glass" candles by Chesapeake Bay Candle


  1. I wish people said "thank you" more often for the small kind acts that are done for them. Whether I held the door open for you, or simply said "bless you" when you sneezed, a little thank you goes a long way! :)

  2. I agree with Sarah, more people need to say "thank you" and "you're welcome" and make eye contact with those you are encountering on a daily basis. Would be nice if more people you interact with said "Have a nice day," etc. My biggest pet peeve is when people don't RSVP or wait until the last minute to tell you if they are attending something along with a group of people! Amanda Dowler -

  3. I have to agree with Amanda here. I can't stand when people don't RSVP. Especially to a big event like a wedding. One of my biggest pet peeves though is when I'm talking to someone and they don't look at me the whole time. It is as if they are preoccupied even if they are listening. 1 minute of eye contact can change an entire conversation. -

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  5. My biggest pet peeve is people who don't say please and thank you! Drives me nuts :)
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