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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Sheep Interview: Cover Model Jason Vendryes + Giveaway

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Do we have a treat for you today! Everyone has checked out Jaci Burton's smoking hot cover for Taking A Shot. Well those abs are here, right now! They are attached to one of the most charming and sweetest guests we've had, Jason Vendryes.

girl, look at that body, he works out!
Sharon: Welcome to the Flock Jason *passes a tray of moonpies and grape Kool Aid* Here is the flyswatter…um, you will know what to do with it when the time comes.*cuts eyes to Katie and kicks roll of duct tape under the table before guest gets worried*
Katie: Now, now Sharon I will as ever be on my best behavior.
*Sharon looks at Jason, then fly swatter and back to Jason. gives curt nod*
Jason: I'm happy to be here. Thanks for the invite!

Sharon: For our fans who don’t know you, can you tell us a little about yourself
Katie: And please take your shirt off while you do it. Fear not, this is what we ask all our guests to do. *nudges Sharon, hard*

Jason: Well, who am I to argue your customs here at I Smell Sheep? Here's my shirt. Katie, you can keep it, I have more at home.
Katie: *stuffs shirt into purse*
Sharon: *hangs head*…so embarrassing..

Jason: Now, for your readers who don't know me: I'm an American actor and model. I've appeared on shows like The Beautiful Life: TBL, Big Lake, Bravo's Fashion Hunters, Dr. G Medical Examiner, Dog Bites Man, and Disney's Ultimate 10 as well as a few films such as the recently released W.E. On the modeling side, I've been in multiple fitness magazines, walked runway for Nike and Adidas, and shot print work for several swimwear and underwear companies. I can also be found on the cover of Jaci Burton's new book, Taking A Shot, which was released earlier this month and is already on the USA Today and New York Times Bestseller lists!

Sharon: Have you been on any other book covers or was this your first?

Jason: I was on the rerelease of Prince of Wolves, making Taking A Shot my second cover, but my first original release.
Sharon: *runs to google cover*…oh! Niiiice….

Katie: Would you like to continue doing book covers and how did you get into this to start?
Jason: I'd love to do more covers! I've been asked to do several others, but sadly my schedule conflicted with the shooting dates. As far as how I started, I was just in the right place at the right time. I was fortunate to meet some people who took a liking to me and helped get me started in the business. I booked the cover for Taking A Shot from some of my photos online.
Katie: You do know that the women who read these genres are a lusty bunch? Not me of course, no I'm all about class and never do I cross boundaries- Oh my! How did I end up sitting on your lap? Silly me, well since I'm here we can just continue on with your answers.
Sharon: *points at swatter*
Jason: I never took you for being part of that lusty bunch, I could tell your level of class right away. I must say, I'm quite impressed by Katie's sly moves! It’s not often someone sneaks on my lap while I take a quick glance away.
Sharon: Which Disney Princess would you like to date?
Katie: I would like to add that you can nominate anyone as a Princess, like let's say the two fine gals in front of you. *winks* Your choice of course.
Sharon: *headdesk*

Jason: Ha! This is too funny!! I attended the University of Central Florida, which is close to Disney World, and I actually went on a couple of dates with a few Disney Princesses. Nothing against either of you... I met them first. Maybe we can get Disney to make their next princess movie about you two!
Katie: Yes I can see it now "The Smutty Princess and the Girl with the Optimus Prime tattoo". Should be a hit!
Sharon: er…yeah, I have a thing for Optimus, but you didn’t answer the question Jason…are you a Mulan/Pocahontas type or Cinderella/Snow white type?

Jason: oh yeah, the question! I'm more of a Belle/Ariel kind of guy. Well, completely human Ariel. Half fish would be deal breaker for me.

Sharon: What music do you listen to while working out? Driving in your car?
Jason: I listen to a wide variety of music no matter what I'm doing. Today I was listening to Rival Sons and Led Zeppelin in the gym. Just now in the car I was listening to Jack Johnson's Pandora station.

Sharon: You do a lot of charity work. Which ones do you work with and why?
Jason: I hold a dear place in my heart for Give Kids the World, Dreamflight, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation and really enjoy being in a position to help add brightness to the lives of those kids and their families. I work closely with an organization called ReCreation based out of Asheville, North Carolina. They rebuild homes for people who desperately need it but otherwise couldn't afford it on their own. The great part is that its groups of middle school and high school students coming to work on the homes, so you get to help someone in need and teach kids some useful life skills. I was part of a youth group that went each summer growing up, so I was once one of those middle/high school students. I also donate and have helped raise awareness for charities like the UN RefugeeAgency and Artists for Peace and Justice.
Sharon: Great causes! Are you from the Asheville area? I have always lived in NC, love it!
Jason: No, I grew up in Wellington, Florida. I did go to North Carolina twice a year, aside from my ReCreation visits. I'd go skiing at Beech & Sugar Mountains in the winter and white water rafting & camping in the summer.

Sharon: Do you have any thoughts about model stereotypes? Has it been an issue for you? Do you think female models have it harder or easier in the industry?
Katie: Is this a bad time to start stuffing bills in his pockets? Yes. No?
Sharon: *picks up swatter and whacks Katie* Sorry about that Jason…
Jason: Ohhh, so that's what the fly swatter is for! I've had some stereotype issues creep up. A few people have told me they were surprised I wasn't a "meathead" and I've read some interesting interpretations of my personality based on my photos. I think like any stereotype, some people fit into those formulas but most do not. I don't believe women have it more or less difficult than men in the world of modeling. Some jobs are for guys, some for women, and then we're all putting ourselves out there to be judged.

Sharon: If you could have a theme song play every time you enter a room, what would it be?
Jason: Jason Mraz's "Living in the Moment" would be my theme song. I believe he's putting it on his new album which releases next month, but I'm sure you can find it on YouTube already. You should check it out; such a great song.

Katie: Has anyone ever told you that you look a lot like Eric Banna?
Jason: Yeah, I've heard that before.
Katie: Does it creep you out? If not can I pull out this rugby uniform, I just so happened to have in my purse, and can you do a little Aussie accent?
Jason: Not at all, where's the uniform? Arvo mate, lets get on the turps and throw shrimp on the barbie at knock-off time.
Sharon: Haha! He could be the next Crocodile Dundee, just younger…and cuter J
Katie: *passes out*

Sharon: You probably run into celebrities in your line of work. Had any fanboy moments?
Jason: I got to hang out with Michael Jackson a couple of times and managed to keep my cool while I was with him. Afterwards was a different story. Once I actually processed it, I was like, THAT WAS MICHAEL FREAKING JACKSON and had my freak out moment and called everyone I knew. I think my only ungraceful celebrity encounter was with Susan Sarandon. I was talking with a friend at a party in New York and she walked up out of nowhere, started talking to us, and we both froze like deer in headlights. It was quite embarrassing.
Katie: Did you do the Moonwalk for him?!
Jason: No, I probably would've fallen on my butt if I tried! I did get to put on his sequenced glove! That thing was a lot heavier than I imagined it would be. Not that I really spent much time thinking about the weight of Michael Jackson's glove.
Sharon: Is there a natural wonder of the world you would like to visit or a place that leaves you awestruck every time you see it?
Jason: I really want to explore the pyramids of Egypt one day. I'm always awestruck whenever I visit Red Rock out in Vegas or the Grand Canyon.
Katie: Does this also mean you like to 'climb on'? Sharon! Don't look at me like that! This was an innocent honest question a term for climbers!
Sharon: *grabs duct tape* excuse me Jason, Katie and I are gonna have a moment…
Jason: You two crack me up! Sharon, Katie is completely right though, that's an actual term. I've been to an indoor climbing facility called Climb-On. So yeah, I guess I do.
Sharon: Oh, crap! You just threw gasoline on the fire that is Katie….

Katie: What’s a passion you have outside of the modeling world?
Jason: I love traveling to new places. I just got back from a trip to Singapore and Indonesia. It was my first time in Asia and it was so much fun! I got to try new foods, meet a ton of interesting people, and even got to ride an elephant! I also like playing beach volleyball, rock climbing, and playing my guitar. Of course, nothing would be fun without sharing it with people I cherish.
Katie: So, for the ladies who wonder…does that mean you have someone "special" in your life to share these experiences with?
Jason: I have a lot of special people in my life, especially my mom and dad. They're my number one fans. They were actually up visiting me this past weekend. They kicked off my love for traveling when I was a kid. They were always taking my sister and me to new places.
Sharon: Jeez, just when I think you can’t get any more perfect…yay! for great parents. Mine rock too

Sharon: If you could eat only one food for dinner for a year, what would it be?
Jason: Is this post modeling career? I think I could eat pizza every day, as long as I could vary the toppings. Oh, and moonpies with grape Kool Aid.
Katie: Jason, you do know that flattery will get you everywhere yes?
Jason: Why, whatever do you mean?
Sharon: *smacks Jason and Katie with fly swatter*

Katie: Now it's time for some rapid fire questions! Jason, sit back don't worry about the blind fold we are placing on you *evil laugh* and answer with the first thing that pops up. Ready? Go!

Katie: Chick flick or Action packed?
Jason: Action packed
Sharon: got a favorite?
Jason: I like comic based movies: Iron Man, Captain America, Batman, Transformers, and Kick Ass. Of course, there's a total 80s side to me that loves all the Schwarzenegger, Stallone, and Willis flicks too.
Sharon: yes, my friends…he just got more awesome!

Sharon: moonlight or sunlight
Jason: Sunlight
Katie: Do you sparkle in the sun? hehe
Jason: I body doubled for Taylor Lautner once, so I guess that makes me more of a werewolf... no sun sparkles for me.
Sharon: score one for the shifters! Woot!
Katie: Hard candy or Chewy?
Jason: Chewy... sourworms... mmmmmm

Sharon: bungee jump or cliff dive?
Jason: Cliff dive

Katie: Coke or Pepsi?
Jason: Neither, I don't like soda
Katie: Jason my sweet, sweet man. We are having a Coke vs. Pepsi war going on so if you HAD to pick one which would it be? *mouths the words PICK COKE*
Sharon: *slaps duct tape over Katie’s mouth*
Jason: Actually, I would pick Coke. It’s more of an American classic. Plus, I crack up at those polar bear ads.
Sharon: *sob*
Katie: YES!

Sharon: Bert or Ernie?
Jason: Bert

Katie: Time Travel or Space Travel?
Jason: Time
Sharon: If you could go back in time, when and where would you go?
Jason: classic Hollywood era, 20s and 30s. There's something so romantic and magical about that time period to me. I love watching all those old films.

Sharon: flip flops or deck shoes?
Jason: Flip flops

Katie: Horseback riding or Cow Tipping?
Jason: Horseback riding
Katie: Shirtless? Sharon! Stop hitting me with the fly swatter!
Jason: OUCH, that one looked like it hurt! I'd totally be shirtless, unless it was freezing out. I hate being cold!
Sharon: puppies or kitties?
Jason: puppies

Katie: Godzilla or King Kong?
Jason: King Kong

Sharon: horse or Harley?
Katie: Wow he even has it picked out!
Jason: Yes! I have my motorcycle license. I don't ride too often, but when I do, it’s a Can-Am Spyder. They're pretty fun, but I want a Night Rod!

Katie: Sexy blonde or Sexy brunette? (On yeah I made him pick ladies!)
Jason: Sexy brunette
Katie: My heart is breaking. I just heard it crack right in half. *pouts*
Jason: You made me pick! I really don't have a preference, there's a lot more to a person than their hair color.

Sharon: Mary, Mary Quite Contrary or Mary with the little Lamb?
Jason: Mary with the little Lamb of course!
Sharon: Okay, now you are just sucking up…here have another moonpie
Jason: No sucking up here. The choice is simple; a Mary who is stubborn or one that has a pet lamb. I'll choose the pet lame; Mary Quite Contrary sounds too dramatic for me.

Katie: Sexy Librarian or Sexy Cop?
Jason: Sexy librarian

Sharon: Anything you would like our readers to know about, upcoming appearances, movies or charity events?
Jason: Unfortunately, I am working on several projects at the moment but none have been officially announced so I can't talk about them... yet.  Once I'm allowed to reveal more information, I'll be posting it there.
Your readers can follow me on
 Twitter and Facebook.

Katie: If an author or agency wanted to book you would they find that information on your website?
Jason: Yes, they can visit to get all of the appropriate contact info.

Sharon: Thanks for taking the time to talk with us!
Katie: Yes, thank you Jason and don't worry all clothes will be returned to you before leaving.
Jason: It was my pleasure. Like I said, you can keep the shirt. However, I'll be needing my underwear back. How you got them off without removing my pants or without me even knowing is beyond me!
Katie: I'm that good Jason. *winks*

Jason will send a lucky winner a signed picture PLUS Jaci Burton is offering a copy of Taking a Shot to one winner.

To enter:
1. Leave a way to contact you
2. If I gave you $100 to donate to a charity, which one would you pick?
*double entries for followers



    Ahem. Whew.... Is it hot in here? This is definitely one of my more favorite interviews that I've read.

    I should note I have several large postcards of this cover, and its taken every bit of willpower I have to not wall paper my bedroom with them! But I did give some away during the Feelin Lucky Hop last March hosted by I Smell Sheep and Fictional Candy! (ahem, shameless past plug!)

    Don't enter me in this contest, I want to keep it for the readers. But if you want to give me your phone number, Jason, I am single!!

    Did I say yet that you sound absolutely perfect?? *dreamy sigh*.

    Oh yeah, and still don't enter me, but I'd totally pick a pitbull rescue to get the money!

    Thanks for this interview, I'm off to pimp it out some!!!

    1. lol, Jason was such a great sport for putting up with Katie and me. Thanks for spreading the goodness!

  2. I'd donate the money to the rescue squad in my town.

    sgiden at

    1. now that is a great place! thanks for stopping by :)

  3. Thanks for the man candy pics and interview :) Also I major approve Jason my blogs header image being a sexy librarian. Fell free to stop my blog too I'm sure my readers wouldn't mine if I frisked er interviewed you myself. Mistype there *cough* really.

    My charity of choice would be St. Jude they do totally fantastic work.

    I stalk you because I'm cool like that email and RSS you can stalk me here - frellathon(at)gmail(dot)com

    1. lol, check out his site for more great pics. great charity choice :)and thanks for the stalking! we love stalkers here and moonpies...

  4. i gotta say, i think this was one of your best interviews!! YUM!!
    i would donate to the animal shelter in town...

    alainala AT hotmail DOT ca

    1. hey Alainala! Yep, this was a fun one. Next year it will be eligible for the Boogity Boo award. I wonder if he won if he would proudly display the trophy?

  5. Great interview...can't think of a better way to start off my morning!

    My charity choice would also be St. Jude. Total Greatness done at that place!

    Old Follower Here!
    mmafsmith at gmail dot com

  6. For sure...HOT in here. I don't think this interview could have been any more entertaining! Taking a Shot sounds really good, so I'll add it to my TBR list. :)

    Also, way to go picking Coke...even though you don't like soda!

    Charity? I'd have to go with St. Jude's.

    1. glad you enjoyed it :) if it weren't for that Coke comment I would give you a moon pie...well, I will still give you one cause you picked a great charity, but I only have one word...PEPSI!!! ;)

  7. love those abs! my charity of choice is TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors)...helps families of fallen military personnel.

    1. wonderful cause. I lived in a military town for a long time and have seen the need for TAPS. Thanks for stopping by

  8. Wow! thats it just Wow!

    charity: Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY,Inc

    1. isn't he the best!? makes you want, never mind. wonderful charity choice:)

  9. Great interview. The charity I would choose is Ronald McDonald House. They help families when their children are in the hospital.

  10. What a funny interview. Loved it. Love the cover of this book.
    By the way, how did you get the underwear off? Wink-wink. I would of tried also. Congrats on the shirt.
    My charity would be the local food bank. I live in a small town and they could use it. The kindergarten class my son is in every month they take something in. At the end of the month the school then donates to the food pantry. I know that they could use it.
    Old follower: Chrisbails
    Thanks for the giveaway.

    1. I will have to let Katie answer the underwear question...schools are a great place to get food donations and it does the kids good to see it.

  11. All I can say is . . . mmmmmmmm.

    My charity choice would be FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics, a program that promotes science and technology through robotics competitions for elementary, middle and high school students.

    1. oh! that is a cool charity. I bet the kids eyes light up when they see their creations come to life :)

    2. Thanks, Sharon! My husband and I mentor an inner-city team. We just finished second out of 62 robots at our most recent competition. It was so rewarding watching the kids reap the benefits of their hard work.

  12. that's words!!
    My charity would be feeding the hungry back home in Kenya since $100 would feed alot of people. Thanks for the giveaway:)

    1. lol, I know! wasn't he the best sport to put up with us? Great choice to help the country you came from :)

  13. Loved the interview!
    I would donate to Relay for Life. I lost my mom and several loved ones to cancer so its kind of a special cause for me.

    1. thanks for stopping by and I am sorry for your losses. I think we all have lost someone to cancer at some point :( my kids have done many Relay for Life walks.

  14. Love that he wants the same Harley that Travis from "Beautiful Disaster!" :) I'd donate to my local United Way or YMCA

    1. I know nothing of motorcycles! But it looks like a cool one :) love our local YMCA

  15. LOL! Fabulous interview, Katie, Sharon, and Jason! With $100 to donate to a charity, I would choose either Shelter Network, a local group that helps people and families get back on their feet with services like temporary shelter and other help OR Today's Youth Matter, another local organization that helps give at-risk kids support and opportunities to learn and grow in a safe place.

    Thanks for the lovely contest!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net
    Follower :)

    1. thanks:)you can never go wrong with local charities like that. Great choice and for stopping by :)

  16. My charity would be Alzheimer's Association.

    1. good choice, I feel like they are so close to a break through for this devastating condition. Hope to see something in the near future. thanks for stopping by!

  17. This was so much fun! If I had a $100 to donate to a charity of my choice I would choose: Love INC, a local organization that helps people within our community that have fallen on hard times. Everything from food to help with bills to job training.


    1. loving these local charities. You can see your donations helping directly especially the kids of the families that need help. thanks for stopping by!

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  19. Interesting interview. My daughter in law would be wet halfway through it.

    My charity of choice is PFLAG.

    Thanks for this great contest. If I win, the prize goes to my Southern Belle DIL.


    Yes I'm a follower GFC NoraA

    1. er...gonna let that one go!! ;) Great cause and one my daughter and I fully support. Thanks for stopping by :)

  20. I love the q & A :).
    I'd donate the money to the local Geauga County animal shelter - Rescue Village. I always give them 1/2 the money I win on lottery tickets, unfortunately it's not much.
    I am now a follower as Victoria Sloboda:).
    Thank you so much for this interview and the generous giveaway.


    1. what a great idea with the lottery tickets. My kids give all the money they make from yard sales of their stuff to the local animal shelter. thanks for playing with us and Jason ;)

  21. What a charming guy pretty funny too.Oh my is he gorgeous.Just like him on the cover of taking shoot,absolutely perfect for the novel.
    Well I`ll have to say Mater's Childrens Hosptial here in the land down under.Helping premature babies.

    1. great choice! and yes, he is charming and gorgeous and loves his parents! :)thanks for stopping by

  22. My charity of choice would be the Children's Cancer Research Fund.

    This was a great interview. I enjoyed out a lot. Great personality! It was a lot of fun to read!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    stickiekittie [at] gmail [dot] com

    1. It was so nice of him to play along with us:) The author Jaci Burton says he is just as wonderful to work with too. great charity choice:)

  23. First time visitor here! What an awesome interview. I loved it!! The humor was outstanding. It made it a fun read for sure.

    I would donate to the Gary Papa Fund which a local charity here in Philly. It supports finding a cure for Prostate Cancer.

    Lucyd1128 at aol dot com

    1. good choice! my dad recently had to have his prostrate removed and is now cancer free :) glad you stopped by to visit. We have a lot of fun in all our interviews, we like to bring out the personality of whoever we interview :)

  24. Taking a Shot has one of my favorite covers of the Play by Play series and I find all the covers sizzling. It helps that I am a hockey fan.

    A charity I would choose is the Children's Hospital in my town. They support children in so many ways, in the service they offer and also by attively fund-raising. It's great to see children another the best quality of care and chance at a better life.

    GFC: Na

  25. There are so many places that would benefit, but I'd donate the money to Dress for Success.

  26. There are so many places that would benefit, but I'd donate the money to Dress for Success.

  27. Great interview!

    There are so many charities but I think I'd go with St Jude. Thanks for the giveaway!

    also a follower

  28. That was such a fun interview, love it. My charity of choice St. Jude.

  29. Jason you are the ultimate good sport! Thank you all for taking the time to share this very entertaining interview with us. I really enjoy Habitat for Humanity. I like that my measly shekels go to the projects and not a bunch of paper to drum up more donations and I love that the community will come together and help people get into a home :)
    I am a sheeply follower and baaaa with pride

    1. Oh man was he ever the best sport with us. The man not only put up with my crazyness he took part! LOVE this hunk-o-love and so glad you enjoyed it too!

  30. What a fun interview thanks for sharing.

    My favorite charity is Children's Leukemia Foundation. They could always use $100.

  31. You girls are too funny.

    All my extra goes into animal rescue and usually the one I work for :)

  32. Umm...goodness. The man with all the right answers. Brunettes, librarians, Belle and no soda. PICK ME!!!

    AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

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  34. Had to edit my comment..

    That was an awesome interview and oh so very entertaining! :D

    I think I'd choose The Sierra Club as my charity of choice right now.


    I'm also following your blog by email.

  35. WOW! Awesome interview! You gals amaze me how you have the most interesting and easy on the eyes! interviews!

    I haven't had the pleasure of reading any of Ms. Burton's books, but I want that book just for the cover alone ;)

    I would pick The leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Make A Wish Foundation as they are very near and dear to my heart. When I was 17, I was diagnosed with leukemia and both groups were a never ending source of comfort and help :)

    1. forgot e-mail: efender1(at)gmail(dot)com

  36. I would donate to the animals. They have so few to champion them but give so much.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  37. Thanks for the interview Jason!

    If I had $100 I would be torn between giving to the local animal shelter (always have a long list of needs there) or buying clothes for the local clothing bank for people who are unemployed and need interview attire (men can get slacks, botton-down shirt, tie, jacket and women can get slacks or skirt and blouse or dress).
    bas1chsemail at gmail dot com

  38. Great interview! And I love that cover!!
    If I had $100 for charity I'd want to sponsor a child through World Vision. Or donate to Oxfam, because I just watched the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala. Thanks!


  39. Wow, what an awesome interview, thank you Jason! And thanks for the pictures. As soon as I get home I am going to look for that Susan Krinard book!

    If I got $ 100,00 voor charity, I would give it to my local animal shelter, they sure can use it.

    auriansbooks at gmail dot com

  40. Very nice interview.

    I'd probably select an animal charity.

    I follow the blog.

    Thanks for the giveaway.


  41. man-candy alert!!! katie, you must teach me that smut ninja thingy.

    if i have $100 to donate, i'll choose something that's book related or degenerative disease related.


  42. Sharon, there's always so much eye candy on this blog. I couldn't help but think of you when picking a site for the One Lovely Blog Award. How can you not be with all these hot men swarming about! lol

  43. Hot, Hot, Hot is all I can say! I would love to have sat in on that interview!
    Charity would be for the SPCA to help the abused and neglected animals out there!

    Love the playful interview!
    MaryLynn Bast

  44. This was very funny, had me in giggles the whole time!
    Jason good choice with Belle and picking the girl with a pet lamb. ;D LOL!

    Taking part in the giveaway too!

    1. elvenspirit at gmail dot com
    2. 100$ to ASPCA "Fight Animal Cruelty!"
    3. I'm a GFC follower, as Niina C

    1. Oh I should have said Unicef as I already donate there, but I guess either will do, kids or pets. :)

  45. This was a very good post. Quite hilarious too (needing underwear back).

    2. $100 to my local Food for the Poor or Redcross.
    3. Follow blog through GFC. Same name I comment with.

  46. I loved this post! I would donate to the ASPCA, in order to help animals.
    Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!!

    GFC follower: moll89

  47. I would donate to the Wounded Warrier Project. They deserve all the help Americans can provide for their service and sacrifice.
    follower baaaaaa

  48. Thank you to everyone who entered! The contest is now closed. :) Another big thanks to Jason for being so much fun and for letting me keep his briefs. ;)

    The winner is: Denise Smoker

    You will be emailed and have 5 days to respond or a new winner will be picked.

    More contest coming soon everybody so stick around! xo