So Nice, We're Doin' It Twice - 2013 Pearls Giveaway

   By SheSpeaksTeam  Dec 11, 2013


What famous event of this year was most interesting to you?  

In January, the comedy Gods listened and the earth rejoiced as Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kicked-off 2013 hilariously hosting the Golden Globes. That was followed by the selection of "amazeballs" and "zhoosh" as new words in the Collins Dictionary!  

And in June so many of you told us how much you love pearls - that we're having another Pearls Giveaway!

How to Enter:
Just comment below and tell us what event you found most interesting in 2013 - and you'll be automatically entered to win!

 Was it one of these?

  • Oscar Pistorius was arrested for killing his girlfriend Reeva
  • One Pope resigns and a new one is elected
  • The bombing of the Boston Marathon
  • Amanda Berry breaks free from the home where she and 2 others were held captive for 10 years
  • The Government shutdown
  • George Zimmerman found not guilty of 2nd degree murder for the killing of Trayvon Martin
  • Eric Snowden and the NSA Spying Scandal
  • The Syrian Civil War chemical attack allegation
  • The Birth of England's Prince George
  •  Miley Cyrus twerks at the MTV Music Awards
  • The Obamacare website failure
  • The death of Nelson Mandela

Or another?  Let us know by Dec 31st* and you may be one of our 6 winners for these pretty prizes!

9-10mm Round Cultured Genuine Tahitian Pearl Sterling Silver     Dangle Earrings

14k Gold Chain Multi-Color Freshwater Cultured Drop Pearl    17" Necklace

 10-11mm White Cultured Freshwater Pearl Sterling Silver     18 Inch Necklace
 11-18mm Bronze Keshi Petal Freshwater Pearl Necklace 19" Ivory Baroque Pendant Pearl  and Chain Necklace 13mm Lilac Dangle Coin Pearl 18" Necklace on Textured Chain

Thank you to all Members of SheSpeaks for making 2013 such a wonderful year!

*Open to USA residents only, 18 years of age. One winner per prize. Winners will be notified by January 3, 2014


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sillylittlegirl by sillylittlegirl | BROOKLYN, NY
Dec 17, 2013

The death of Nelson Mandela was definitely something I'll never forget about this year. He was such an incredible inspiration.

trendjunki by trendjunki | GOOSE CREEK, SC
Dec 17, 2013

The George Zimmerman trial - I ended up watching the entire trial to make sense of it all!!

browneyes78 by browneyes78 | Homosassa, FL
Dec 17, 2013

I think for me, it was: George Zimmerman found not guilty of 2nd degree murder for the killing of Trayvon Martin.

kboles by kboles | ROUND ROCK, TX
Dec 17, 2013

Amanda Berry escape and rescue of the other women and child

BlondieChell by BlondieChell | WASILLA, AK
Dec 17, 2013

For us it was the government shutdown, because it affected jobs we applied for.

divadurga by divadurga | Sierra Madre, CA
Dec 17, 2013

Definitely the Pope story!

kymmeeee by kymmeeee | Hesperia, CA
Dec 17, 2013

I found this one the most interesting: The Obamacare website failure. If the website fails from the beginning, what's to say the medical care won't too? We know several people who had their insurance dropped already and some who have to pay about $400 more monthly on their insurance just to keep what they already had. You didn't ask my opinion though, you only asked which article I found most interesting. I still stick by The Obamacare website failure.

AllieM by AllieM | CORRYTON, TN
Dec 16, 2013

?The death of Nelson Mandela

Lilythewanderer by Lilythewanderer | COOKEVILLE, TN
Dec 16, 2013

The Birth of Prince George

mao1155 by mao1155 | astoria, NY
Dec 16, 2013

The Syria situation, because I feel like it was all over the news, then just...gone.

tiffsky80 by tiffsky80 | RIDGE, NY
Dec 16, 2013

I'd have to go with the birth of Prince George. He definitely captured the nations interest and hearts.

katiedid0801 by katiedid0801 | CLARKSVILLE, TN
Dec 16, 2013

One Pope resigns and a new one is elected, don't remember one resigning before!

ecollins86 by ecollins86 | Laveen, AZ
Dec 16, 2013

The bombing of the Boston Marathon

TheEclecticElement by TheEclecticElement | Machesney Park, IL
Dec 16, 2013

Definitely the pope resigning. I'm a non-practicing Catholic and I can't say I've ever heard of a pope resigning before! Good for him for choosing to take care of himself though.

drhiphop by drhiphop | OAKLAND, CA
Dec 15, 2013

Definitely the resignation of one Pope and the appointment of a new Pope that no one can stop talking about because he gives us buzzworthy topics to discuss!