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Winter Blues Giveaway!!

I hope everyone had a great holiday and is happily trudging along through Winter. I also hope that you can accept my apologies for neglecting my blog as I concentrate on my family and our health issues. Thank you again for the many kind words and sweet thoughts! As a thank you for sticking with me and as a sort of relief from the winter gloom, I'd like to offer a giveaway to my many loyal fans and followers. I know we all have issues to face in our lives whether they be related to the economy, health, or just plain cabin fever! So, please read on to find out about some great prizes (1 lucky winner will get everything!) and enter away...and enjoy a smile, on me!



Crazy Dog T's is a super place online to get a great tshirt at a great price. They have 80's Tshirts and so much more!


Phase 4 Films offers fun and exciting movies for kids of all ages. The True Story of Puss 'N Boots is based on the original story by Charles Perrault and stars William Shatner as the voice of Puss.


Trusted since 1870, Pine Bros. has been soothing sore throats for over 140 years. These amazing "softish" drops taste great and have only 5 calories each!


The uses for these huge wipes are endless. Can't shower after working out, when camping or after gym class? QwikShower to the rescue! 


  • Playful Planet Storyland Yoga
Kids learn yoga by imitating animals and going on a fun filled adventure to help the planet. 


Radar Marketing offers earrings, shoelaces, t-shirts, hair braids and other novelties that making going out to a club or a party even funner. My daughter and I wore the light up hair on New Years' Eve and they were so fun. I would definitely recommend!


Really, really cool pens that are Dr. created with the smoothest ink out there with an ultimate comfort grip.

Please use the form below to enter. It may take a minute to load! If you cannot see the entry form or the GFC widget to follow, please refresh the page and that should do the trick! There are extra entries for "liking" and "following" social network accounts that my daughter is working with in order to earn a scholarship! If you'd like to learn more about 4-H, please visit www.4-H.org!

We have a professional relationship with the businesses listed on this giveaway and have reviewed their products with samples. No monetary compensation has been exchanged.


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Comments

eclairre said…
I'd like to win because this looks like an awesome prize pack. I am located in the US. Thanks a ton!
Krista said…
I would love to win this so I can share it w/ my little sis. I'm in New York City, USA.
the.inbox(at)yahoo.com
one frugal lady said…
I would love to win so my kids could beat the boredom!!
We are in Texas!
Deborah said…
I'd like to win because there's something for everyone in the family included in this prize...everyone would get to have a little surprise and I'd get to enjoy their huge smiles. I'm in West Virginia, USA.
Laura said…
I'd love to win because this is a great variety of prizes, and I'm in Florida.

Laurasu82 at yahoo.com
JR Pickett aka Vicki Vix said…
Nice giveaway. Thanks. I want to win because there are several prizes I'd really like to win like the Uglee Pens and Qwik Shower Wipes. I'm in Washington State.
fromfurrin at gmail dot com
Missy L said…
I want to win because this is a neat assortment of prizes and I want them! I'm from Ohio
Audra Weathers said…
I'd like to win the DVDs for my daughter and I'd like to try out the Uglee Pen.
I'm in North Carolina. :-)
Audra Weathers said…
also, I'm a google friend follower as SnowflakeDay (Audra)/didn't see a line to put name that in the form
Julie said…
I would love to win this for my daughter and I am right here in Florida:)
hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

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