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Season Of Giving Contest!

The Season of Giving is back! This season we are giving away THREE gift cards valued at $25, $50, and $100.
 
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Here's how you can play:

Think of it as building a snowman .... (do you want to build a snowmannnnn?) laugh

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The first challenge is the snowman's base - super easy! If completed, you'll be entered to win a $25 gift card. Click on the snowman to read more about challenge #1!

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Not too bad, but if you want to keep building and try something more challenging... complete challenges 1 & 2 for a chance at a $50 gift card. Click on the snowman to read more about challenge #2!

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Complete the snowman by doing all three challenges for a chance to win a $100 gift card! Click on the snowman to read more about challenge #3!

Ready to get started? Click HERE for complete contest challenges & rules.

Do you plan on playing? Let us know in the comments below - along with your favorite holiday/winter time tradition! Mine? Gumbo on Christmas Eve with my family! (Can you tell we are Cajuns?)
Posted by Crystal Bruce on Dec 4, 2017 9:00 AM America/New_York

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yay!  Done :)   Well our newsest tradition is Elf on the Shelf, it is my daughter's first year having an elf, which she named Apple Pie!
  • Posted Mon 04 Dec 2017 09:56 AM EST
Yes! I'm in. Exchanging fun Christmas gifts with my 3 sisters. We've been doing it since we were all little kids, now all in our 50s and 60s, and still doing it. We're all together every year on Christmas day.
  • Posted Mon 04 Dec 2017 09:58 AM EST
For dinner on Christmas Day, we usually have ham, but we always have a side dish of Noodle Kugel.  It was my aunt's recipe, and is so yummy!  Egg noodles with 6 cheeses all melted together...mac & cheese on steroids!  This year, it's my dish to bring.  My mom also makes butterhorn rolls (also a recipie from my aunt).  They're so popular that she counts and makes enough for everyone to have two.
  • Posted Mon 04 Dec 2017 04:16 PM EST
Every year as kids my parents would let us choose whatever we wanted to eat. Being tiny humans who LOVED sweets, we'd choose candy, ice cream, you name it, it was there. My Dad would leverage this and get himself the world's biggest bag of peanut m&ms and go into a sugar coma eating most of it. As we got older, we stopped asking for ice cream and sweets but Dad still got his biggest bag of peanut m&ms. It's an Emery kid tradition that no matter where we, we always get a bag of peanut m&ms to share or to eat. Some years we're together, some years we're not but there's always peanut m&ms. It's my favorite tradition. 
  • Posted Mon 04 Dec 2017 05:10 PM EST
This sounds like fun Crystal!  I'll play along. Let's see, my favorite tradition is a Christmas service at our church where we always sing the Hallelujah Chorus.  It's so beautiful to hear all our voices rejoicing together.
  • Posted Tue 05 Dec 2017 08:24 AM EST
PJs on Christmas Eve.  Since they were babies my kids get one gift to open Christmas Eve-new PJs!  They are teenagers now but we still carry on the tradition and they still love it:)
  • Posted Tue 05 Dec 2017 09:43 AM EST
My favorite Christmas tradition is our stockings. When my brother and I were no longer kids, our family made a rule that we aren't allowed to spend money on anything that appears in our stockings. What this has turned into over the years is a competition to see who can collect the most ridiculous swag from events, conferences, meetings, etc. and who we will "gift" all this ridiculous swag to. It's become the most fun part of Christmas day - seeing all the ridiculous things we've collected for each other over the year.
  • Posted Tue 05 Dec 2017 10:18 AM EST

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