#LakeUnionAuthors Twitter Chat — Benne Wafer Giveaway
Nothing says “South Carolina” like a tin of yummy Benne Wafers from the Old Colony Bakery in Charleston. How would you like to be one of 2 winners to snag a tin?
Benne wafers are a sweet, sesame thin cookie that originates from East Africa. This tasty treat has been a staple in the Lowcountry since Colonial times. The Bantu believe eating these cookies bring good luck! What do you believe brings you good luck? Answer below to be entered to win some original Charleston Benne Wafers.
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I have an account so now I’m trying to figure this out!
No worries, Bambi. You’re entered in the Benne Wafer contest. You’ll find three other contests posted on my blog by 2:45 pm today. Don’t forget to enter those giveaways too!
I think good luck is being in the right spot at the right time!!
I agree, Marilyn!
Staying positive usually does it.
Staying positive 🙂
My husband and I believe our fair-weather-frog brings us good luck when we travel. It’s a whimsical wooden frog with an umbrella from Bali that sits on our mantel, Ever since we’ve had it, we always have great weather on our vacations, even when poor weather is predicated!
Good luck is all about staying positive and being a nice person. Sometimes I think it’s about karma. Treat everyone you meet like you would wish to be treated and you’ll have good luck!
Believing in yourself and having faith things will work out!
A ladybug landing on me always seems to signal good luck. ????
I don’t really have something that would bring me luck. ????just hope and pray for the best.
They look yummy!
Staying positive and being kind to others
I think being kind and following the Golden Rule brings good luck!
I’m not sure I believe I’m luck – good or bad – but staying optimistic and seeing the positive in things works for me!
Oops that’s supposed to say “in” not “I’m”….