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Monday, December 21, 2015

Happy Holiday (Pay Off The Holidays) Event

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It's that time, our fourth event of the season, it has crept up on us rather quickly! The Holiday Season seems to do that with everything. Here we go ... Welcome to the Happy Holidays Event! This event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and co-hosted by: Imperfect Women, Finger Click Saver,Joyful Gifts by Julie, Mom n’ Daughter Savings and Mom to Grandma. This event is sponsored by We Love Travel Deals and partially sponsored by fees collected from the participating bloggers for this event! GRAND PRIZE: $1500 Visa Gift Card FIRST PRIZE: $1000 Visa Gift Card SECOND PRIZE: $500 Visa Gift Card This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada, void where prohibited by law. Winners will be announced on our winners page once they've responded to the email notification. The participating bloggers are not responsible for the shipment of prizes. All prizes will be sent from Sponsors. All winning entries will be verified, if the task associated with the winning entry was not completed, you will be disqualified. Please direct any questions to marie@dixielandsdeals.com. This event begins November 24th, 2015 at 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time and ends on January 5th, 2016 at 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time. Entry is simple! The only mandatory entry is the very first one on the main giveaway tool form! The more optional tasks you complete, the better your chance of winning! This event is in no way associated with Facebook or any other social media site.

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  1. link in follow page 2 is broken, can someone fix it ,, thanks :)

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  2. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is spending time with my family and eating a delicious feast... and then head off to the airport to HAWAII for a week vacation! :)

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  3. I remember the year we got a lot of snow on Thanksgiving. I'm sure it was a nightmare for my parents thought!

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  4. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is from my childhood, when my mom would lay out two entire loaves of bread overnight to dry it out for her homemade stuffing recipe. The bread pieces were all over the kitchen counters and table.

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  5. My favorite Thanksgiving memories are of when my grandparents were living & having our big family dinner at their house. All the family would come & they were such happy times.

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  6. My favorite memory is 2 years ago making thanksgiving dinner with my mom. She wanted to help so badly but she was very ill. I gave her the carrots to peel she could only do 4 she was so weak. But she sat with me and we talked the grandchildren were all playing. That was my mom's last thanksgiving she died on December 16th.

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  7. My favorite Thanksgiving memory would be when my kids were little waking up on Thanksgiving day and watching the Macy's Day Parade. I love listening to them comment on the floats and which ones they like.

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  8. Awesome giveaway! I didn't see that i had to comment anything specific.Was i suppose to?

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  9. my favorite Thanksgiving memory is spending with my hubby and children.

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  10. My favourite thanksgiving memory is being able to visit home during school break :)

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  11. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of the last time my grandmother and uncle had dinner with us. I miss them.

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  12. My favorite Thanksgiving Memory is of the last family gathering we had. All my Cousins, Aunts and Uncle came, along with all my sisters and brother. It was the biggest turn out we have had since I was a small child. Everyone brought their own traditional dish and we all sat around and traded stories and memories after we ate.

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  13. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is my sons first Thanksgiving. It was the first time most of my family got to meet him.

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  14. They are all favorites. Any time I can spend with my parents and sisters and their families is awesome!

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  15. My favorite memory is going to my grandparents. We went for a hayride. Then we had a huge meal. There was so much fun.

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  16. My favorite Thanksgving memory is 28 years ago my first Thanksgiving with my hubby in Germany!

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  17. I honestly can't think of anything special that stands out about Thanksgiving.

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  18. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was when my parents used to buy these delicious chocolate eclairs from this local bakery that is now out of business. I looked forward to eating those every Thanksgiving when my parents were still living. I miss those years!

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  19. My moms oven going out with the turkey in it haha

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  20. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was from when I was a child. I know my great grandmother was there, I remember being glad she was there. She really loved children! I didn't have her around much after that because of illness, so I treasure that memory.

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  21. My favorite memory is being at my grandma's table putting olives on each of my fingers and eating them off. Total tradition.

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  22. My favorite memory is going to the VA hospital and visiting with the people there.

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  23. Every year at Thanksgiving our family would watch the parade and Miracle on 34th Street together, it never got old :-)

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  24. my favorite memory is when my kids were born and we celerbrated thanksgiving all together with all the inlaws

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  25. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my mom and I ate thanksgiving Turkey and we had 3 people over. it was so much fun.

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  26. Having my son cook Thanksgiving for all of us

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  27. This would be a great blessing to me and my family my husband has been very sick lately and Christmas with 7kids isn't going to be easy this would be a gift from God

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  28. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I hosted the meal and we had both sides of the family over in our new house. The meal was spectacular. The fireplace was going. Everyone got along well. It was perfect.

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  29. My favorite Thanksgiving memories are from my childhood, when the whole family (all 30 of us!) would crowed into my grandmother's house in the country. All the cousins would eat and then go out to build snowmen or play football in the corn fields.

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  30. Back when I was a kid we woud always travel from Illinois to Ohio to visit my Grandma and my Aunt and Uncle. I used to ove to go visit them. My favorite memory as an adult is having my daughter 5 days before Thanksgiving.

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  31. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my uncle Mike came home and surprised us all. He served our county in the Army and it was the greatest memory ever for me and my family.

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  32. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when we would all get together my mom, my aunts, and some of my cousins and we would have a feast. We would make tamales, and bunuelos too. My aunts and my mom are no longer with us, but their memories live on.

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  33. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was the last one where we saw my Grandma. My sisters, mom and I get together every year, from all parts of the country, we have for years. A few years back I left my family in AZ and traveled to Philadelphia as a surprise to my Mom. Even better, we drove to the nursing home in NY and 'kidnapped' my grandma and brought her back with us for an amazing weekend. It was the last time I saw my grandma and the last time the three girls, my mom, and grandma were all together! Great memories!

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  34. when I made white booties for the turkey legs!!!

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  35. My favorite memory is from when I was little Thanksgiving dinner with all 13 of us kids at the table.Lots of talking laughing and eating going on.Miss those days.

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  36. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is having my grandparents come over for dinner.

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  37. The year we had a big ice storm and the power went out during the night of the 23. My house had a gas cook range, my parents house had a fireplace. So we bundled up and cooked at my house in a closed off kitchen to stay warm and then transported the food to my mother's where everyone gathered and stayed for a few days until the electric was back on.

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  38. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is 2011 when we were playing a game of Scattergories and got so into it everyone was laughing and shouting and forgot about the turkey and it nearly caught on fire. It didn't which is good but we still laugh about it.

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  39. I would have to say my favorite memory is sharing thanksgiving with the troops a few years ago. We got to share with so many that had no family to go home to or to visit them.

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  40. All of the good food and many desserts

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  41. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is dinner at my great aunt's house!

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  42. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I was growing up .. every thanksgiving morning my brothers and sisters and I would wake up to the smell of turkey roasting ... Dad would start the turkey at 6 am ... It was a huge bird .. it had to feed mom, dad and 10 kids ...

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  43. My husband makes the best homemade stuffing.

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  44. My favorite Thanksgiving would be when my children were little running around the house, playing and having fun. Their all grown now and in different states.

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  45. My Grandma's Shrimp Salad. Nobody has ever come close to matching that, it's the one thing I miss more than anything at Thanksgiving.

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  46. In my entire life, I have been sick on Thanksgiving almost every year. I escaped it this past Thanksgiving and actually had a good time with all my family.

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  47. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is 2014 when my 3 sons and I stayed home and made our whole dinner ourselves instead of going to my parents for the first time. Everything came out great!

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  48. My favorite thanksgiving memory are of the ones when I was a kid. My aunt and uncle use to host it at their house and we would be their all day for lunch and dinner. Play games with my cousins in their porch and just have fun and enjoy great food. Their downstairs is huge and had lots of room for all of us.

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  49. Thanksgiving is way past as i live in canada, and its not as big of an event. we just have a big dinner!

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  50. Bailey Dexter A few years back my family couldn't get time off work to come into town for the Thanksgiving. The day before someone at my daughter's work was able to go in for her & I got my grandson and family in time for dinner. What a great Thanksgiving!

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  51. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when our family took a cross country trip to go to our Graandparents house. The ride was long but really a lot of fun. When we got there we got hugs from every single person, and were warm and welcomed. It snows where we live but there wasnt snow there and we all played (cousins ) and everyone took lots of pictures. AND mt Grandmother was the best cook in the world.

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  52. When I was little, all my cousins, aunts and uncles came to my grandparents house for a big Italian meal.

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  53. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my son surprised us with a visit from the East Coast.

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  54. The past 2 years has been my favorite. I had been granted custody of all 5 of my kids so we all spend our time together

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  55. My Favorite Thanksgiving Memory is getting together with my three kids and baking our favorite Turkey, Ham, Stuffing and Cheesy Potatoes together and then laughing & playing games after our meal. Going around the table & telling each other what we are thankful for is a highight as well.

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  56. Having bonfires with the whole family.

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  57. Mine is when I traveled to my parents house and stayed in a nice hotel.

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  58. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was from this past Thanksgiving, that all my family made it for Thanksgiving!

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  59. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is helping my Grandmother in the kitchen preparing the meal.

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  60. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is going to my grandparents house and having a huge dinner with all the family in town. All the kids played in the snow and it was just a great time because we are never all in town for Thanksgiving and that year we were.

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  61. My favorite Thanksgiving memory goes way back to when I was a kid. My mother would do a big southern style turkey dinner for the whole family. The Thanksgiving parade was always exciting to me. I could be giving my age away now, but back then Santa on a float was always at the end of Thanksgiving parade. It was the first sign of Christmas to a kid! (It's not so much that way anymore)

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  62. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was when my dad took me and my siblings to our first Thanksgiving Parade. My dad passed away 16 years ago but I continue to cherish this warm memory.

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  63. My favorite memory is going to my grandparents house as a kid and my grandma cooking for us

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  64. My favorite memory is going to both grandparents houses when I was a child. Ended up eating 2 different Thanksgiving Dinners!!!

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  65. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the first Thanksgiving our son was able to try all the food. It was so fun watching him eating and trying all the food we eat during Thanksgiving dinner.

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  66. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I brought our new baby daughter to meet the family on that holiday. Everyone joked that we brought the butterball turkey :)

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  67. Each year going to my Aunt and Uncles house and being with family for two or three days of fun.

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