Bingo Blogger of the Week - 4th Edition
- Updated: September 13th, 2018
Slummy Single Mummy
To sum up for all you WDW newbies out there (don’t worry, we love you just as much as our regulars) we always appoint a weekly bingo blogging star. We search the internet for bingo-related blog posts that we find passionate, well-written and exciting. Of course these blog posts must come from real people with plenty of emotion, not faceless corporations. It’s like the bingo version of ‘star of the week’ awards in primary school.
We’re proud to present this week’s Blogger Award to Slummy Single Mummy! From pre-teen drama to pimped out pumpkins, this is one mummy who knows how to keep things up beat. With some fantastic seasonal ideas like pinatas and face paint, her blog could keep you entertained for hours on end this autumn. Some say its a little late for Halloween fun, but we’re not quite ready to give up our festive spirit just yet, and neither is Slummy Mummy!
Pimp your pumpkin and win a Kindle with Rocket Bingo
Halloween should be fun this year,” I said to Belle.
“Why?” she replied, scowling suspiciously.
“Because we live in a nice street and you have friends across the road and we can all dress and up and have a party!”
“Yeah!” she said, in the most sarcastic voice you can imagine, giving me a look that implied that my mere presence in the room was causing her severe distress. (This is pre-teens for you. Plus I was making her do the dishes so her hatred was amplified.)
It will be fun though, whatever she says. I will make it fun. I may go for another pumpkin piñata and will definitely be carving a pumpkin, just so the neighbours know we are ready behind the door with our treats.
To be honest, it would be a bit of a lame Halloween if you didn’t carve a pumpkin wouldn’t it? Which is why I’m pointing you in the direction of Rocket Bingo’s new Pimp my Pumpkin bingo promo. They’ve created some rocket inspired templates and if you send in your rocket pumpkin pictures you could win a Kindle – perfect for reading out spooky stories?
For further guidance, check out this guide on how to carve a pumpkin, by the BBC, it’s not rocket science, but it does help to get the basics right!