Monday, January 20, 2014

Win Tickets To See #GimmeShelter

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Life can move so fast that sometimes we forget the struggles of others and we start to see the world through a very narrow scope. Motherhood is a tough job, but what if you were thrown into motherhood without ever having a good role model and had no place to call home? Gimme Shelter appears to be a raw look into a young woman's life and how she dealt with the challenges to find a place she could call home. Read more about this upcoming film, watch the trailer, and enter for a chance to win tickets for two!
Excited to go see this movie? Want to know more?
Watch the trailer below to get your first look at Gimme Shelter. I can't wait to see this!

Enter For Gimme Shelter Movie Tickets! 
One reader will be randomly chosen to win (2) Gimme Shelter Movie Tickets! Note:Each household is only eligible to win ONE (1) Pack of Two (2) AMC Movie Tickets via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.
Open to readers in the US and Canada who are 18 or older. Begins 1/21/14 at 12:01 am EST and ends 1/30/14 at 11:59 pm EST.

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19 comments:

  1. Not a mom. I think the hardest part is that it's a 24/7 never-ending job.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  2. One of the toughest things about being a Mother is that hoping and praying that you have taught your young children all the right things in their childhood. To respect their elders, treat others as you would want to be treated, and to be thankful for every day.

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  3. No im not a mother...but alot of my friends that are says the hardest part is juggling everything like it is not enough time in the day

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  4. I am a mom, and the hardest is accepting them for who they are when they are grown.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. I am a mom and the toughest is raising children alone and making all of the decisions.

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  6. The toughest part is that it is a responsibility that never ends.

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  7. no. i think the toughest part would be you never get to take a break

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  8. I am a Mom of three daughters. For me the toughest part of being a Mom is learning to "let go". They are all adults now, and it is a real challenge for me to know when to mind my own business and when to help them out. After having kids in your life for 18 years and having them move on was hard. I guess I am really feeling the "empty nest syndrome"!

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  9. I'm not a mom, but I think always having to be in charge would be difficult.

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  10. i am and its not knowing if you are doing things right or wrong

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  11. Darlene Jones-NelsonJanuary 24, 2014 at 7:21 PM

    The toughest part of being a mom is having to be responsible for more than just myself.

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  12. The toughest part is there never seems like you get a break

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  13. Being a mother is a tough job because it is 24/7 for the rest of your life!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  14. It is a 24/7 job that technically never ends!

    sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)co­­­­­­­­m

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  15. I raised 4 son. It was hard because my husband worked so many hours and I had no family help, worked too and had health problems. The discipline and the chaos was hard for me an introvert. Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  16. The toughest part is that it is a great responsibility

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  17. The toughest part for me is the lack of sleep because it takes everything out of you every single day! Thanks so much for the chances to win.
    allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  18. I'm not a Mom. The toughest part about being a mom is letting go once your child is grown.

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