GIVEAWAY: “Hexagon Pillow, A Rose Is a Rose”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already, but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them.

In the June/July 2020 issue of MaryJanesFarm, “A Rose Is a Rose” (on newsstands May 5), I led you here to my journal for a chance to win a FREE hexagon denim pillow. (What farmgirl doesn’t need a hexagon denim pillow?)

For a chance to call this unique pillow yours to have and to hold, tell us how MaryJane’s “farmgirl is a condition of the heart” message has impacted your life for the better in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-June.

Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

  1. Nancy Herzog says:

    I am for sure a farmgirl at heart. Gardening, crafting, sewing, cooking, baking and loving my animals. Only in jeans, I also made a laptop throw from old denim and the pillow would be a great accent.

  2. Irene Villano says:

    Being a city girl ,in the midst of today’s challenges, I have the chance to remember how my farm mother could spend hours digging,planting,growing flowers,tomatoes,and vegetables in our very small plot of dirt which was our front lawn on a hilly city slope. I have farm values in my DNA! I enjoy reading about farm life as I grow African violets in my apartment studio. Going west on weekend rides!

  3. Barbara Wilson says:

    I love this magazine! I have a vegetable and rose garden that I love tending to and appreciate articles referring to these, including alternative ways to use veggies! I have also started to make my own shampoo, liquid hand soap, and salves. I appreciate the support that Mary Janes Farm provides. I am considering joining the sisterhood, as I would love to engage my grandchildren in earning badges. This is one magazine that I will continue to subscribe to! Thank you!

  4. Patsy Mccroskey says:

    I started reading your magazine several years ago and I dont think I’ve missed an issue yet. Always look forward to it
    . I am an old farm girl married a farmer and we raised 3 daughters and 2 sons. Always get some good ideas from your magazine. Keep up the great work.

  5. Patsy Mccroskey says:

    I’m a retired farmers wife so I guess I’m an old farm girl. I love your magazine and haven’t missed an issue since I first read it years ago. Always something new and cant wait to get it. Keep up the good work. The pillow is so pretty

  6. D Wood says:

    I just read your “take” on the meaning of the hexegon…I love the thought of busy bees; the bee hive, etc..the meaning of my name is “the bee”; Debra….it fits very well as I am naturally a very physically busy person, and mind…☺

  7. Debbie Sliwa says:

    I’ve recently moved from the big city (Chicago) to a country home in Tennessee. I’ve always been a gardener. Had my little plot in the city. But now I have a whole acre for myself! It didn’t take long for me to find my way back to MJF – It was like reconnecting with an old friend. ♥ Who else would help me through this season of life but a farmgirl.

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  9. Corrine Lanz says:

    I was supposed to grow up on a cattle ranch in the foothills of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Instead, I ended up living in increasingly larger cities further and further east, eventually near Washington D.C. I loved going home to my Hills every summer and spending time on both my grandparent’s ranches, where I could ride horses, play with baby sheep and calves, and gaze at endless stars from the barn’s hayloft. Five states, 10 cities, and 60 years later, I’m now on my husband’s family’s hobby farm in Minnesota. I’ve been reading MaryJane’s Farm since it’s inception and realized that the farmgirl life I never lived, has always been a condition of my heart, even in the big city as a kid when I would plant gardens and learn to fry chicken like my grandma.

  10. Dawn Umpleby says:

    Are there more hexagon pillows for purchase? I was late reading this edition and only saw the giveaway today. 😟

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