Let it Snow Giveaway

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I live in Michigan. Usually in Michigan it snows a lot in the winter. Once, last year, after 10 inches fell and blew over night, out my front door it looked like this:

However, this winter, besides one big dumping the beginning of December, it has only lightly snowed a few times, looking more like this:


Snow or no snow, this weekend I am giving away a “Let it Snow” package that looks like this:

It includes:

~ A hat and scarf from Old Navy

~ A box of Dove Milk Chocolate Promises

~ Three packages of Land O’ Lakes white hot chocolate

~ A fun journal to write in on a chilly day

~ A pair of toasty and fluffy socks from Old Navy

To be entered in the giveaway, tell us your favorite memory of snow or, if you are slammed for time, just say “Let it Snow”. Winner announced Monday.

And if you have yet to enter the giveaway fro my friend Darlene ebook The Good Wife’s Guide click here or if you haven’t taken my blog survey to help me as I go forward here in cyberspace, click here.

Thanks and have a great weekend!


  1. My favorite memory is when I lived in Evanston, IL. It was about 1977 and it snowed a ton that winter. We lived at the end of a cul-de-sac and when the snowplow came down the street, it would pile it up by our house. My sister and I loved to climb up the snow piles. We have one of us sitting on top of one that winter. As I remember, it was almost as high as our garage roof. (Probably not but that’s part of the fabulous memory I have!)

  2. My mother in law was in her final days of cancer, and we were staying with her so my sister in law and her husband could have a weekend away to recharge their batteries. That weekend we got a blizzard — 32″. Nothing in our town was moving. The morning we woke up to the snow, and noises we couldn’t make out. It was all the neighbors clearing the street in case we needed an ambulance before the plows would make it to us. Several days later when we could return to our home we figured that we would have to dig a path to our front door.. When we pulled onto our street, tears filled our eyes… OUR neighbors had dug out our walk and a spot in the driveway for our car. What a blessing! Mom made it only a few more weeks, but she loved that snow and the support from both sets of neighbors!

  3. One of my favorite snow memories is the year my husband prepared a scavenger hunt for our son’s birthday (in March) and all the kids at the birthday party were running around in the 1 1/2 feet of snow, with snow coming down. They had SO much fun!!

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