Friday, November 9, 2012

Week 3 of the Boring Blog Box Giveaway.....Enter Now!

Time for another......

Here's how it works.....
I put things in the box(mostly what I have gotten for free or almost free)each week and when the box is filled we draw a winner from all the entries received.

Here is what went into the Box today......we have a bit of a theme going on for this week....

1.  1 Glade Linen Scent Oil Candle Holder
2.  1 Pack of Linen Scent Oil Candle Refills
3.  1 Hershey's Chocolate scented Lip Balm
4.  1 Hershey's Kisses Notepad

If this is your first time, please go read all the rules for these Giveaways HERE.  *As always, if you are located outside the US, you CAN enter and win but weight restrictions/shipping costs may mean your prize box will contain less items.*

***Time to enter.....You can enter on this Giveaway post until I close this post to entries.

1 entry per person per day on THIS POST.
Leave your name/email addy and a COMMENT on this post.  

This week in your comment I want to hear about the raging debate.  Not what party you voted for but how do you handle the Thanksgiving/Christmas(or whichever other Winter Holiday you celebrate) Debate about what to serve.  In my culture, the traditional main dish for Thanksgiving has been Turkey.  So the question becomes what do you serve for Christmas dinner?  Another turkey or something else?  2 big turkey dinners in consecutive months seems a bit much and stuck in a rut for some people, but if not turkey then what?  And tell me why you choose your Christmas protein(or substitute protein if you are vegetarian).

You can come directly to this blog post or find it through the link on the right side bar to leave 1 comment per day.  The current Giveaway Post will be linked right at the top of the side bar.

Please NOTE--You MUST be a follower to enter the Giveaway.  If you aren't one, just click on the "Follow" button on the right hand side of my blog to become a follower.

There are 2 ways to get 2 EXTRA entries on this and each new Giveaway Post.......

1. Put my blog on your blog's Blogroll.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with the URL of your blog so I can go check it out. **If I'm already on your Blogroll, say so in an extra entry comment once each week of this giveaway.
2.  Blog about this Giveaway on your blog with a link to this post.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with a link to your blog post so I can go view it.  You can do this extra entry once each week of this giveaway.

Any questions?  Just email me.

Happy Entering!! 



  1. Of course I follow you...I would follow you into hell....

  2. Turkey, no debate. Somehow, I missed the memo on macaroni and cheese being a mandatory Southern dish for both days

    I feel cheated if I don't have Turkey, dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy with boiled eggs in it, and Jello salad with fruit cocktail, bananas, and apples. Yes, I am a child again.

  3. There isnt much of a Thanksgiving debate since I own my grandparents house I automatically get Thanksgiving. But for the first year I am assigning people to bring things such as Alcohol, salad, chese/dips, and a few deserts. The free ride is over family so pony up.

    Christmas is easy it is just us so no big deal. We usually keep it low key..Christmas Eve mass, one gift opened before they go to bed and a pretty calm Christmas. I like it better that way

  4. We do turkey baby! And a million side dishes. I think we have the tendency to go overboard on every aspect of our lives.

  5. You're in my blogroll of course. And holidays... eh. I just grin it and bear it. I have to be at my parents', lest I'm ready to be disowned (I sort of am, but I'll hold off). So quick dinner, hiding in my room, and then back to work. Have no choice over the food, but we tried turkey a while back and it was very unpopular. We stick with 2 large chickens and call it a day.

  6. I grew up eating turkey for Thanksgiving and ham for Christmas. Hubby's family has turkey and brisket for Thanksgiving and turkey and ham for Christmas. At MY house it is turkey for TDay and ham for Christmas.

  7. Last year, since Hubby and I were alone on Thanksgiving, I brined and roasted a turkey breast, with all the sides of course. It was AMAZING. All the kids did stop by, surprising us, but they were full and didn't eat. Fine by me....more leftovers for us.

  8. All this talk of turkey has made me want some. I think I will do a turkey breast and all the sides on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

  9. Am I the only one entering every day????

    Can't wait for turkey and cranberry sauce.

  10. THIS POST IS NOW CLOSED TO NEW ENTRIES. Please enter on the newest post linked on my right side bar.


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