Last But Not Least… ELVIS!

What does ELVIS have to do with’s 2nd birthday? Admittedly, not much!

But, it IS Elvis week this week, and it seemed like a fun thing to mention and add-on to our celebration today.  And isn’t that just a fabulous photo?  (courtesy of

So, for our fourth and final game of the day, you can enter to win another $25.00 gift card…

Simply post a comment with your favorite Elvis memory, song, or “move”.  If you aren’t a fan, you can tell us why!

We’ll pick a random winner later tonight!


If you are just arriving, you can still join in the OTHER three birthday “games”:  HERE and HERE and HERE

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  1. My two teenage sisters let me go to the movies with them to see Elvis’s first movie, “Love Me Tender” when I was five years old. I think he died in that one. All I remember is a lot of teenage girls swooning and crying!

  2. When I was a teen, I won a record album of Elvis and I love his song “Yellow Rose of Texas.” which was on that album. I may still have it but no longer have a record player. I also like his religious songs as well. He died the same year I married my husband. Something else happened then as well that year but can’t remember it!

  3. What a fab picture! Love that hair!

    I’m a new follower from the Tiggerific hop…happy birthday to your blog!

  4. Kathy Gibson 15 Aug, 2011

    when I was growing up he was my hero and I have all of his Gospel Alumbs How Great Thou Are! was my favorite.

  5. mary alice yokley 15 Aug, 2011

    When Elvis first came on TV, we did not have a television set…so I traveled across the road to the little house where my brother and his wife lived, with their own personal TV……what a treat!

  6. Becky Jessie 15 Aug, 2011

    My favorite Elvis song is Kentucky Rain.

  7. Lee Ann 15 Aug, 2011

    Elvis singing Christmas songs are my favorite.

  8. Heather 15 Aug, 2011

    I love “Return To Sender!”

  9. Marla Y 17 Aug, 2011

    My favorite Elvis memory is getting to see him in concert in Spokane, WA for my 13th birthday. We went to the early show and then went backstage at the end of the late show. I got to touch the car he was driving in and he waved to me.

  10. teresak 17 Aug, 2011

    Way cool! I saw him in 74 but I wasn’t close enough to touch anything but the screaming girl next to me!