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Saturday, October 13, 2012

FALL INTO WINTER GIVEAWAY HOP

     Wow, we are having another giveaway hop starting tomorrow night at Midnight!  The 2 we have been a part of for the last 2 weeks will end on the 15th. This one is called THE FALL INTO WINTER GIVEAWAY HOP!
Welcome to the Fall Into Winter Giveaway Hop hosted by This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Savings. This event features items for all of your winter and holiday needs. Each blog participating is giving away a prize or prize pack with a minimum value of $25, and the hosts are giving away four prize packs with a total value of $650+! Winter is a time of family, shopping and cold weather!
Fall Into Winter Giveaway Hop

    Like the last 2 giveaways Mommy and I talked about what we think most about during the winter and we agreed the cold, and how to stay warm. So, we decided for this giveaway we would giveaway something that we hoped would WARM you up.
    We are starting with 2 beautiful mugs, a candle, a pound of coffee, 2 packages of tea bags, 1 package of hot chocolate, with a package of mini marshmallows,  a box of cookies, candy, and a few surprises.

  There are also a lot of other great bloggers in this giveaway hop so be sure visit them as much as you can and enter. They are all giving away some great items. Be sure to visit mommy's little sister over at http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com . This giveaway will end on October 29th. Good luck to all!
Grand Prize:
This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Savings are each hosting grand prize giveaways on their blogs. They are featuring winter and holiday themed prizes for all ages, totaling $650+. Head on over to their sites to Linky Code:Use this code if the first one doesn’t work on your blog:HTML------
Grand Prize:
a href="http://www.thisflourishinglife.com/2012/10/fiwintergiveaway-hop-ends-1029.html" target="_blank">This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Savingsare each hosting grand prize giveaways on their blogs. They are featuring winter and holiday themed prizes for all ages, totaling $650+. Head on over to their sites to enter!
Hashtag: #FIWinterGiveaway Disclaimer: Please note that the Fall Into Winter hosts and participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prize, but we will make every effort to help the winner in obtaining it. Welcome to the Fall Into Winter Giveaway Hop hosted by This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Savings. This event features items for all of your winter and holiday needs. Each blog participating is giving away a prize or prize pack with a minimum value of $25, and the hosts are giving away four prize packs with a total value of $650+! Winter is a time of family, shopping and cold weather! Grand Prize: This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Savings are each hosting grand prize giveaways on their blogs. They are featuring winter and holiday themed prizes for all ages, totaling $650+. Head on over to their sites to enter! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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61 comments:

  1. debbie jackson
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  2. My favorite winter memory is making an igloo with my dad one year, it was so big we could all fit in it!

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  3. GFC id: abfantom fantom

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  4. I remember building snowmen with my brothers in the front yard

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  5. I remember going tobogganing at the local golf course.

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  6. My first Winter memory *or at least the earliest I can remember* is when my twin sister and I threw snowballs at our Dad. But he got even and threw a hard-packed one at my nose. He didn't break it, but Mom got onto him about it and I got hot chocolate. LOL

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  7. Mine is my first experience with snow. My parents took my younger brother and I to Tahoe for Christmas so we could have a white Christmas. It doesn't snow where we live. We went sledding, snow mobiling, we built a snow man, and had snowball fights. We even went on a sleigh ride. It was all very magical. And when we woke up in our hotel room on Christmas morning, we were so excited to see that Santa knew where we were staying, and left our Christmas gifts in our room. :) (Nikki Marie on rafflecopter)

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  8. I have so many great winter memories and they all revolve around snow. I guess one of my most comforting is when I was a kid and visiting my grandparents and I would come in after a long day of sledding and my grandma would put me in warm jammies in front of the big heater to watch TV with snacks. The Christmas tree was across from the heater and I loved to stare at the lights and icicles and I remember being so content.

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  9. loved when we visited our cousins in minnesota going sledding and also ice skating...fun times!

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  10. My favorite winter memory is going sledding on broken down potato chip boxes in Canada one year.

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  11. The kids first Christmas when they were old enough to realize what was going on. When we were kids how we used to go sledding all the time

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  12. my daughters sledding in tulsa! i loved watching them!

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  13. Christmas with the family and reading/talking about the birth of Jesus.

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  14. My favorite winter memory is taking a horse drawn carriage ridge through Central Park in New York.

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  15. Sledding with my younger brother and friends down the steep hill at our apartment complex.
    Thanks :)

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  16. Im 31 and my favorite winter memory is when i got to finally see snow and that was 2 yrs ago :)

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  17. Christmas with my bew baby....Awwwwww
    elysesw@aol.com

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  18. Staying up late on Christmas Eve w/ my brothers & sisters, waiting for Santa :)

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  19. Making Christmas ornaments with my Grandmother!
    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  20. My favorite winter memories are of a sledding trip when I was 10 years old and we were visiting my aunt and uncle in Colorado for Christmas. That's when I first learned that grown-ups really know how to have fun!
    kaseejohnson(at)verizon(dot)net

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  21. My husband and I did not have family to be with one Christmas - they were all otherwise engaged or we couldn't get to them. So, Christmas morning we went to Mount Vernon and drank hot spiced cider and toured the site. It was so much fun and peacefull and informational!

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  22. I remember being in Middle School when we had a huge ice storm and lost power for a week. We all camped in the living room with sleeping bags and built a fire to stay warm. It was a lot of fun.

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  23. Going sledding with my Dad the first time...I wiped out and broke my little finger...lol...memorable!

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  24. In college, we had a terrible ice storm come through. Fortunately we were safe and snug, and afterwards the whole world glittered! We also had a week of cancelled classes, which was actually pretty nice :)

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  25. the year we got 2 feet of snow...id never forget that

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  26. Sledding with my brothers and sisters.

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  27. My parents used to turn part of our yard into an ice skating rink.

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  28. Jen Boehme
    My memory is from 1982 when my dad was alive and we built igloo's in the 2 feet of snow! It was so much fun with him!

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  29. Going sledding with my brothers when we were kids

    caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

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  30. Making a snowman with my sons about 2 years ago.
    They loved it
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  31. I love every year driving around to see people's christmas lights!

    kitraz13 at hotmail dot com

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  32. When I was a kid, my dad brought saucer shaped coca cola signs made of some type of metal home. We were going to go down the hill on them. It was one of those snows that had a crust on it so dad decided to go first to check it out. He went so fast and couldn't control it and almost hit a tree so decided it was too dangerous for us kids to ride so we had to go back to riding our sleds.

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  33. Being snowed in for a week and we couldn't even drive at all on the roads.

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  34. i love the memories of sled riding in my backyard with friends and family

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  35. going snowmobiling

    theresa _ heppner at yahoo dot com

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  36. Making snow angels with my brothers
    Diane baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  37. gfc brittney house

    one winter all the neighborhood kids built the largest snow fort i've ever seen./
    BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  38. We used to build forts and have snow fights!

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  39. Sledding with the neighborhood kids down the middle of the street

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  40. Going to visit my grandparents for Christmas :)

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  41. Christmas morning, and waking up to the first snow.
    -samantha meyer

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  42. I grew up in Alabama, so I really didn't get to see snow or cold too often...I would say... opening up presents on Christmas myamurphy@mail.com

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  43. reading by the fire

    ladcraig at hotmail dot com

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  44. I remember how great christmas used to be

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  45. Watching my daughters take their first dive off the roof, and then dog sledding (we lived in Alaska).

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  46. Going tobbaging with the family and getting backside blisters. ladyvon at grm dot net.

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  47. Baking Christmas cookies with Mom and my Brother!

    edgenemmers@gmail.com

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  48. I have lots of winter memories, but now that I'm a mom myself, my favorites are when my kids get to have a good snow. It doesn't happen every year here, but about every other year, we get a decent snow. They love it! Those are the most precious types of memories to cherish!

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  49. Being snowed in with my daughter and playing yahtzee all day and watching a marathon of Gilmore Girls.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  50. My favorite winter memory is taking a hay ride around the Christmas market every year with my grandparents when I was a child.

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  51. Taking walks with my husband to look at the Christmas lights.

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  52. Making popcorn via the fireplace!
    I follow on Everything as Zesty Wonderland
    zestywonderland@gmail.com

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