Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Sneak peek & a chance to win!

Hello all! I’m here to give you a sneaky peek at this week’s release – and a chance to win it! It’s a grab bag featuring 4 products and I hope you’ll like it just as much as I do!
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For your chance to win, simply comment on this post with your fondest fathers day memory, or just any dad related moment! The winner will be announced Friday!
Til next time, take care,
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8 comments:

Tasha,  16 June, 2010 20:31  

You know... I don't have any memories of Father's Day other than handing my father a card... I do have other memories but I don't remember ever doing anything special on Father's Day. Thanks kind of sad.

Bethany 16 June, 2010 22:26  

I always loved going fishing with my dad on or around Father's Day. He would take the time to teach me techniques and just being out in the woods together was a special time I treasure. He even taught me to carry live bait on my shirt! I thought I was such a tough girl walking around with a cicaida on my shirt.

Intense Magic 16 June, 2010 23:02  

Hmmm I would say last Father's Day was pretty special...my son's birthday fell on Father's Day so he and DH spent a pretty special day together :) Thanks for the chance!

Scrapaholic 17 June, 2010 00:02  

My best memory of my dad when I was a kid is when we went fishing and he knew he had a bite on his line but didn't tell me, and he gave me the pole so I could 'catch' my first fish. I didn't realize until years later that he knew there was a fish on the line.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Brittney 17 June, 2010 23:18  

All my dad memories are my fav. My dad introduced me to KC BBQ. There's nothing better in my eyes. BBQ sandmich with fries covered in ketsup and a bottle of cream soda. He wouldn't eat a lot but sit back and laugh as I inhaled every calorie :)

Misty 17 June, 2010 23:41  

My husband's first Father's Day was heartwarming. I made it extra special for him with a Shutterfly memory book and a tee time at the course with my dad, his dad, and his brother. Of course, the best part was seeing him in awe of his little one and celebrating the wonderful dad he'd so easily become.

Kate 18 June, 2010 01:10  

My favorite Fathers' Day was the one after our first son was born. My hubby was such a proud (if sleep deprived) daddy!

Jennifer 18 June, 2010 01:23  

I remember making a cake that spelled out DAD, with Boston Baked Bean candy on the top since that's his favorite!