“I’m hoping that maybe it will be one of those,” Conner says.
Even if it’s not, she’s thrilled to have won and receive $250 for basically making fun of her husband, Chris.
Conner snapped a photo of her husband on the teacup ride at Walt Disney World. His eyes were closing, which made him look as if he were about to be ill.
She used the picture with the caption: “Now that you’re older, it might be best to avoid the spinning rides. Hold on tight and have a great birthday!”
Conner wasn’t home when Hallmark called to say she won, but there were several Hallmark employees on the message she received.
“They were all cheering in the background.”
It made her feel even better about the company.
“I’m a Hallmark junkie anyway,” she says. “They’re a really personable company.”
Chris Conner seems to be enjoying the moment, too.
“He was like, ‘Do I get a modeling fee for this?’ ”