Sunday, December 7, 2014

Great Christmas $25 Lowe's Gift Card Giveaway

Are you ready for the holidays? Have lots of shopping left before Christmas? I've teamed up with a fab group of bloggers to bring you a fun event where you can hop from blog to blog and enter for over $600 in Prizes! Welcome to the Great Christmas Giveaway!

I don't know about you, but our home isn't holiday guest ready. We have lots of little projects and a big project going. We can always use supplies and tools from Lowe's. If you're still needing some trimmings to make your home more festive then I'm sure a $25 Lowe's Gift Card will come in handy! Enter my self-sponsored event below!
Enter For A $25 Lowe's Gift Card! 
One lucky entrant will receive (1) $25 Lowe's e-Gift Card through email. Open to readers in the US, 18 years and older. Open for entry from 12/8-12/14/14 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will be notified through email and will have 24 hours to respond and claim their prize, if they fail to respond a new winner will be selected.

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316 comments:

  1. I remember always having a birthday cake with candles. benz1171(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. As a child, I remember going to my brother's boys scout Christmas party and Santa always had a Barbie for me!

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  3. My favorite childhood memory was when I got a fozzy bear for Christmas. He has always been my favorite muppet ever since.

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  4. I loved baking cookies to leave out for Santa (along with carrots for the hard working reindeer!)

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  6. My favorite memory was waking up on Christmas morning to find a Kenmore full-size kitchen play set already put together and waiting for me under the tree. I was sooooo excited to get that and it was exactly what I asked Santa for. That was the best Christmas ever!

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  8. The Christmas I got my Cabbage Patch Kid. I still have him .

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  9. I loved the year we went to the lake for Christmas, it was so warm.

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  10. tweet share-----https://twitter.com/countrynest411/status/541856734898184192

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  11. My favorite childhood holiday memory is on Valentine's Day when we would all make boxes and decorate them and exchange valentines and candy.

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  12. My favorite holiday memory is when my dad fell into the Christmas tree and shattered a giant bay window. Isn't so funny now but then it was hilarious

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  13. Christmas Eve we would go to mass, come home and eat lasagna, then open one gift.

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  14. Trisha ChamberlainDecember 8, 2014 at 5:04 AM

    When my brother came home from the Army for Christmas, my prayers were answered! Then I received my Tippy Tumbles doll...and Santa had answered my wishes.

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  15. One of my favorite memories was getting a battery powered motorcycle for Christmas that I rode around the house for hours at a time

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  16. https://www.facebook.com/mijames82/posts/1529193070690557 shared

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  17. My favorite memory is pulling out the decorations and putting up the Christmas tree when I was a child. Also, my mom recorded a Garfield Christmas special, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Charlie Brown Christmas on a VHS that I watched every holiday season. :-)

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  18. My Favorite childhood memory is the year my sister & I got Cabbage Patch dolls. They were so expensive (we were poor) and every girl wanted one so they were almost impossible to find. My parents were divorced & we were surprised by the Christmas box that came from our Dad that had 1 for each of us.... I think we looked at those dolls butt cheeks for hours (real ones had Xavier Robert's signature on their butt). <3

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    1. What a fun memory! My sister and I both got Cabbage Patch travel dolls one year. My grandmother owned a resale shop and it happened that someone brought them in to sell otherwise we wouldn't have ever got them. I still have the doll and the passport that came with it! :)

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  19. My favorite childhood memory is arguing with my older sister about whether or not she really saw Santa really fly away on his sleigh!

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  20. Shared on FB: https://www.facebook.com/katiecontests/posts/548490551955116

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  21. Getting together with my aunts and uncles and cousins and eating tons of food for the holidays!!

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  22. My favorite childhood holiday memory was when my sister gave me the game Candyland. I was so excited!
    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  23. Shared on Facebook
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    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  24. My favorite memory was going to see the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular with the Rockettes.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  25. shared on pinterest--http://www.pinterest.com/pin/400046379374775005/

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  26. My favorite holiday memory was getting my dollhouse for Christmas when I was a child!

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  27. I remember it snowed one year for Christmas and we played out in it for hours!

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  28. My favorite memory is helping my mom decorate the tree.
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  29. Favorite childhood memory has to be decorating the Christmas tree every year, my siblings and I would argue over who got to hang up our favorite ornaments!

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  30. For the holidays we go out and we help out at our homeless shelter that we have in town we have been doing this for years and we always have a great time as well

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    1. What a gift to treasure throughout the year!

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  31. My favorite childhood memories are of vacationing at the Atlantic Ocean, every summer was a real adventure Thanks

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  32. My favorite childhood memory is when my dad brought home a puppy for Christmas.

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  33. I always enjoyed decorating the tree with both my parents and now my own children.

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  34. My most fond memory was setting out the nativity with my mom when I was a teenager,my brother was only a baby,when we finished. Baby Jesus was missing,the setvwas very old we searched all over for it how could it be lost it was wrapped inside the box? We both looked at my brother, did you touch the baby ? He walked over to my moms coffee and pulled him out,lol he looked at us and said baby was dirty! We still laugh today

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  35. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/linds0120/status/542000906821443584

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  36. My favorite memory is feeding chickens with my Great Grandfather.

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  37. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/BethandNoah/status/542014314572292096

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  38. My favorite childhood Christmas memory is the year I got my purple corvette push pedal car. I guess I told my mom I HAD to have it less than a week before Christmas and my mom always got us one thing we really, really wanted. She and my grandparents scrambled to find my purple car. IT was so cool!

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    1. What a sweet ride! Oh for the days when riding in a pedal car as a kid was to rule the world!

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  39. I shared: https://plus.google.com/u/0/117690111833090244338/posts/KVUZfe2vLVg

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  40. When my brother came home from the Army for Christmas, my prayers were answered...and when I received my Tippy Tumbles Doll, Santa gave me my wish! :) All twelve of my sisters and brothers were home. It was a great year!

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  41. My favorite childhood memory would have to be birthdays. My parents made sure that us kids got a cake and ice cream. Even when money was tight, somehow they always made sure we had something as simple that.

    babyboobekka@yahoo.com

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  42. My favorite Christmas childhood memory was when my dad's side of the family would get together at the school and we would play, eat and open presents for most of the day!

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  43. My mom made all of our holidays and birthdays special! My favorite would have to be the Valentine's day she went and got our candies and little gifts at a magic shop!

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  44. My favorite holiday memory was going to my grandmother's one year for Christmas.

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  45. My favorite childhood holiday memory is going out of town to my grandparents house for family get-together.

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  46. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/291115563388253336/

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  47. My favorite Christmas memory is going to my grannies every year the night before Christmas to have dinner and spend the night and wait for Santa to show up!
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  48. I shared on facebook my4boysand1@gmail.com
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  49. When I got the purple/pink 10 speed bike i wanted for Christmas, a good 25 yrs ago, when I know my parents didn't have the $, still no clue how they came up with the bike, but I loved it, think it's still in my parents garage today ;)

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  50. My favorite childhood memory was seeing the Christmas lights at the zoo. yarbr012 at gmail dot com

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  51. tweet https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/542048304516071424

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  52. My favorite Thanksgiving memory involved my brother, who is no longer living. My parents were out of town, and my brother had to work as a cook on Thanksgiving. After he got off work, we took a spur-of-the-moment road trip, on about a 1 1/2 hour each way drive to the Mountain House, for a homestyle Thanksgiving meal, complete with turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, pie, and the highlight was their amazing wild rice stuffing! On the way home, it snowed enough that I probably should have been carrying traction devices in my car, but I was young and a bit foolish at that time...LOL!

    Rhea Chladek
    gallerhea@yahoo.com

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  53. When I was 6 and my brother 14, we camped out in the family station wagon to catch Santa on Christmas Eve. I fell asleep and he carried me in, but it was so much fun and one of my favorite childhood memories.

    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  55. As a child, one of my favorite Christmas memories was getting my first bike. It was a strawberry shortcake bike and i thought it was the greatest.

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  56. My favorite holiday memory was the year my husband surprised me with a mothers ring that he told me he didn't get ordered in time. I was expecting to have to wait until my birthday, but he got it!
    huntandride@hotmail.com

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  58. i like going to my auntys to make chirstmas cookies. i miss that

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  59. When I was a kid, I was the youngest so my brothers would get up on Christmas morning before me and come and get me together so we could explore our stockings and shake all of the gifts. We had to wait until later to wake up mom and dad though!
    dwndrgn at hot mail dot com

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  60. My favorite memory is driving to my Grandmas to spend e holiday with all my cousins...sooo fun!

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  61. My favorite memory is the year I got my Easy Bake Oven. My grandma spent the day making my little treats with me. She has been gone almost 30 years now, but I will always treasure that memory.

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  62. Tweeted - https://twitter.com/armyma322/status/542057434140143616

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  63. Having a scavengar hunt to find my xmas gift which was a bike when I was 7 :)

    email cindygaarder at gmail dot com

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  64. My favorite holiday is when my sisters and I would go to bed to wait for santa.We thought we heard the reindeers on the roof.We would get up at 6am and were so excited to see what santa brought us. We always did our stockings first. Thank you for the chance :)
    sue-hull64(at)comcast(dot)net

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  65. My favorite memory of my favorite holiday was trick or treating with my best friend, we went all over base and got major candy! carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  66. My favorite holiday memory is when my Mom and Dad got me a Mrs. Beasley doll. I thought they were all sold out at the stores all over town. So it was a huge surprise when I got the doll.

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  67. Shared on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tlawoodall/posts/911331808889503?pnref=story

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  68. My favorite holiday memory is getting a Jet's cake for one of my birthdays. It looked like a NY Jet's jersey with the number 99 on it.

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  69. When I was 6 and my brother 14, we camped out in the family station wagon to catch Santa on Christmas Eve. I fell asleep and he carried me in, but it was so much fun and one of my favorite childhood memories.

    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  71. My favorite childhood Christmas memory was the year my Mother dressed as Sanat and I was an elf and we visited a family and gave them presents. At the time, she was working at Head Start and knew of a family in need. My Mom was very short and round and made a great Santa and the kids were thrilled to see her. I remember my Mom smiling and laughing and doing a great Ho HO Ho !

    tannawings at gmail dot com

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  72. Favorite memory as a kid was when I got my Easy Bake Oven.

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  73. shared on G+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/100032940576717122761/posts/SR6S4nkzJua

    tannawings at gmail dot com

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  74. I remember always playing board games on Christmas Eve - I loved it as a kid & we still do it as adults

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  75. My favorite holiday memory is when Santa Claus jumped up and knocked on our bedroom window.

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  76. My favorite childhood holiday memory was the Christmas I got the platinum short haired barbie doll. Up until then all the barbies had long hair. Boy this comment sure dates me.

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  77. My favorite childhood memory was when I put on my Batman cape and saved the world from the evil villains who were all evil and mean and nasty and stuff... and I beat 'em up and cuffed 'em and stuffed 'em in the bat cage! yeah... that was pretty awesome. ^_^

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  78. I love spending Thanksgiving day at my grandmother's house and seeing all my cousins.
    Thank you!

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  79. I shared on twitter
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  80. When I was a child, my Nana volunteered at the hospital. Every year around Christmas time, the hospital would do a breakfast with Santa event and my Nana would take me. She's no longer living, but I always had the best time going with her.

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  81. When I was surprised to receive a hamster that I has wanted for so long
    -shaunie twitter.com/sandyhills25 or reply to this post

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  82. We used to have big family holiday dinners with all of my cousins.

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  83. shared - https://twitter.com/sandyhills25/status/542123791707410432
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  84. My favorite holiday memory is when all my aunts, uncles, and cousins would cram into my great grandma and great grandpa's tiny house for Christmas Eve! We were all sitting everywhere but it was so much fun to open presents and eat my Nana's yummy Italian cooking.

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  85. My sister was born on the Fourth of July. My parents left to go to the hospital as a lot of the firework celebrations were being let out. They had a police escort after they were pulled over for driving on the wrong side of the road. She came about 10 minutes after arriving at the hospital. Every year after that my parents have told this story and my sister thought for a long time that the fireworks were for her. Now we are grown up and her young children think this.

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  86. my fave childhood memories is standing on the stool helping my grandma make pie crusts and cookies on thanksgiving and christmas

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  87. i shared on facebook
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  88. My favorite childhood memory was the last Christmas I spent with my dad.
    sally0630@frontiernet.net

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  89. Baking cookies and making truffles with my mom and grandma during the holidays.

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  90. I shared on twitter
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  91. When I was a child I used to love baking cookies with my family the night before Christmas and then opening up gifts on Christmas morning and going to different family members houses!

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  92. cooking and serving the holiday meals for my church

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  93. I pinned this giveaway! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/215961744607117517/

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  94. My favorite holiday memory is the year of my first child's first Christmas. Just seeing the wonder and awe on her face throughout the holiday was so memorable.

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  95. I remember waking up really early Christmas morning with my sister, and having to wait for our parents to wake up before we could go downstairs!
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  96. https://twitter.com/mgoss123/status/542147665174097921
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  97. I was thrown a surprise birthday party once and I was really shocked. I couldn't believe my family had figured out how to invite all my friends without me finding out.

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  98. My favorite memory is my dad making tracks on the roof to resemble deer prints and droppings using black walnuts. Funny.

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  99. Anytime with my grandparents :)

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  100. One of my favorite childhood memories is baking and decorating Christmas cookies with my mom and sister! Now my mom, my daughter and I do the same thing each year!

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  101. My favorite childhood holiday memory is getting a doll for Christmas that I had been wanting. I could feed her from a bottle and she would pee!

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  102. I shared this giveaway on Pinterest. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/321444492128483530/

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  103. My favorite childhood holiday memory is making popcorn garland with my mom!

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  104. My favorite childhood holiday memory is making popcorn garland with my mom!

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  105. My favorite childhood Christmas memory was the year my brother got a racetrack for Christmas. He and I had been playing for a while, but when my cousins arrived, my Daddy and our adult cousin took over and the kids never got to play with it again that day!

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  106. tweeted too
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  107. My favorite childhood holiday memory was at Christmas when my brothers and I ran home from school to help my mom put the Christmas tree up.

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  108. tweeted - https://twitter.com/amyorvin/status/542308150099968000

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  109. My favorite childhood memory is spending Christmas Eve at my Aunt's house.

    ajoy1332 at yahoo dot com

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  110. My favorite childhood memory is when my entire family was able to get together for Christmas Eve diner (: Love spending time with my loved ones.

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  111. Shared via Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/jessie.shiflett.3

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  112. Getting one present on Christmas eve new jammies Renee Woods Goldinger

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  113. I remember decorating the christmas tree. I still do it with my kids

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  114. I remember making a Halloween costume when I was 10 years old. I went as Cleopatra I was so excited.

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  115. I remember how much fun it was to bake and decorate holiday cookies with my mom.

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  116. Shared on FB
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  117. I always enjoyed going to my grandparents house with the whole family.

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  118. My favorite is sneaking out of bed on Christmas Eve and sleeping under the tree

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  119. Going to my aunts house every Christmas Eve, and then spending Christmas day at my grandparents home.
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  120. Getting my brand new tv at 6 years old with a vhs player built in!

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  121. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/lyndseyg5209/status/542421118380822528

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  122. Shared on fb: https://www.facebook.com/joe.gregg.5209/posts/1531425220431911

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  123. My favorite childhood memory is getting a new winter coat for Christmas!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  124. shared via twitter

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    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  125. My favorite holiday memory was going as a family to check out all the awesome Christmas lights and decorations around town! :)

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  126. my favorite is of me and my son making cookies for santa

    isateran1112@outlook.com

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  127. Shared on facebook under ale teran

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  128. My mom used to make big Easter baskets full of candy for the "Easter Bunny" to leave for me and my brother.I remember one year we snuck in the livingroom and we ate half the candy before my parents woke up.I don't think either of us have ever been so sick.

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  129. Tweeted!
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  130. my favorite christmas memory is when my son was born on christmas day!

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  131. My favorite childhood holiday memory is when I went to see my grandparents for Christmas. They lived out of state so I never got to see them.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  132. google+ shared - https://plus.google.com/u/0/104152834015762526904/posts/QgG89DNacxq

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  133. Christmas morning with my parents and siblings followed by dinner at my grandparents. Family all day long!

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  134. My favorite holiday memories are of traveling or visiting my family members during holidays. My father was in the military for over 25 years so my complete childhood was traveling. Those stand out in my memory

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  135. I shared your giveaway. Here is the link to the post: https://www.facebook.com/susanbroughton606/posts/1407953082829055?pnref=story

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  136. My favorite memory is going to silver dollar city for their Christmas lights! It's beautiful!
    makeighleekyleigh at yahoo dot ocm

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  137. My favorite memory is baking Christmas cookies with my grandma

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

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  138. shared: https://www.facebook.com/elena.istomina.12/posts/742312985859818

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  139. my favorite childhood memory was decorating the Christmas tree with my sister while singing to the music that my parents were playing....most notably "Mama liked the roses"

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  140. One of my favorite memories is baking cookies with my aunt every Christmas season. I'd spend the night and we'd decorate the cookies.

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  141. My father gave my a star sapphire ring for Christmas when I was 13. He left an empty ring box under the tree because he knew I would peek. I still have the ring (I'm 65 and it still fits).

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  142. My favorite memory is opening one present on Christmas Eve.

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  143. My favorite memories are baking cookies with my Mom.
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  144. shared giveaway
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  145. Back-packing with my whole family when we were kids! lotusg at yahoo dot com

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  146. My favorite holiday memories are from when I was little and before my Mamaw had passed away. The entire family would get together at Mamaws for a big dinner and to open presents. One year everyone pitched in and made a money tree for her. She was so excited when she started pulling tens and twenties off the tree. She kept saying you shouldn't have but she loved it.

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  147. I loved getting a puppy for Christmas.

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  148. My favorite christmas memory is going to church every christmas eve with my family :)

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  149. My favorite childhood memory is the whole family gathering on Sundays - we would all go to my grandparent's house and have dinner and spend the day together.

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  150. My favorite memory is going to church and visit family during our new year celebration

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  151. My favorite childhood memory is Christmas Eve family dinners and Santa coming to visit all us kids!

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  152. My favorite memory was getting a kitten on Christmas

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  153. https://twitter.com/Gkeeper333/status/542754084496109568

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  154. My favorite memory is when i got the barber dollhouse and the car with all
    the works

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  155. Shared on facebook https://www.facebook.com/rochelle.haynes.7/posts/768924636496841?pnref=story

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  156. shared holiday cheer at https://www.facebook.com/cindywindy.blogs/posts/381128552064797 carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  157. one of my favorite memories is making pulled taffy and popcorn balls with my grandpa. He made a big get together and we had a great time.

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  158. My favorite memory is of Christmas day when I was a kid. Our home would be so filled with Aunts, Uncles, cousins, Friends and family. It was really so much fun.

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  159. the year my uncle convinced me the real snow was fake

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  160. My favorite holiday memory is baking Christmas cookies with my mom and grandmother as a very young child.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  161. I love caroling with my family as a kid.

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  162. The year we got a foosball table for Christmas.

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  163. Favorite holiday memory for me is going to my both of my Grandmother's homes for Christmas

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  164. My favorite childhood Christmas memories are spending the day at my grandparent's house with my entire family. They are both gone now, so I am very thankful for those memories. :)

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  165. I remember my dad bringing me see the holiday lights around town.

    hd6719@gmail.com

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  166. Eating pierogi on Christmas Eve.

    emilyannogle@yahoo.com

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  167. We got 10 speed bikes for xmas and my parent had hid them at the neighbors so we would not find them.

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  168. i remember having spaghetti from this local place every christmas eve. my grandparents would pick it up the day before. it wasnt christmas without it.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  169. shared giveaway on facebook as peggy fedison

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  170. one holiday.. july 4th.. a bunch of friends and i went camping for 3 days.. it was my first and only time camping. i had a great time. never forget it!!

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  171. https://twitter.com/pamelamaynard/status/542704151709618176

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  172. as a child, every july 4th we used to go to the beach .. i loved it

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  173. Loved getting a typewriter for Christmas. terri_david@bellsouth.net

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  174. My favorite memory is opening up my stocking in bed before my parent's were awake.

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  175. My favorite memory was watching those old oil bubble lights on the tree.

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  176. My mother's family used to have a family reunion but they haven't had it for years

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  177. Playing golf in the snow at Thanksgiving, good times.

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  178. My favorite memory is when my Uncle used to dress up as Santa Claus, and he had the best costume, and he would go to all of our houses and play the part so well. We believed he was Santa Claus.. and as we got older, we would watch him do it for the little kids and see the magic of Christmas in the little kids eyes and the pure joy in my Uncles eyes. I wish he was still here .. it's memories like this that I cherish. <3

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  179. My favorite holiday memory, or at least one of them, was getting a parakeet from Santa. His name was Perry and he was an incredible bird.

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  180. Tweeted ! https://twitter.com/newnameford/status/543117459276828672

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  181. AS a child, I was thankful for the missionaries who came from overseas to gift us, play with us, talk to us and so forth during the Christmas season

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  182. I remember once going to my grandmother's in Pennsylvania for Christmas. It was so much fun spending the holidays with all my cousins.

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  183. No childhood memory of holidays, we(my parents) did not celebrate any holiday because of their religious beliefs. As an adult I do celebrate the holidays and hope I am making some good holiday memories for my kids.

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  184. My favorite childhood holiday memory is one Christmas I was staying at my grandma's on Christmas Eve and I swore I heard reindeer and bells on the roof!

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  185. I shared on Twitter https://twitter.com/shanerus2/status/543190158359928832

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  186. I have a few but the one that stands out is when I was in elementary and we had a few feet of snow hit. Dozens of people got into a neighborhood snowball fight.

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