Monday, December 08, 2008

Giveaway!!

Well I said this weekend and the weekend went so fast, that I must have really meant Monday! What is better than a chance to get a cool thing on a Monday?


What is this giveaway you ask? It is the coolest thing next to Sliced Bread!


It's a WATERPIK Powerspray plus mist and Massage.


A Hand shower with a 5ft metal hose, it installs in minutes and has up to 30% more water force, but at the same time has a flow regulator so it doesn't use more than 2gallons per minute. This is good if you have a teenage son and well water!! And it really does install easily - took Wrangler Man about 5 minutes. It retails at $39.99


I have one of these in my shower now and I love it. It feels so good on my shoulders and back after I have been quilting all day. This one has been opened because - well I have kids - and they open things. They think that is their job in life - but it has not been taken out of the package.


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How do you get a chance to win this Waterpik? Leave a comment and tell me your favorite Christmas/Holiday Cookie/Treat . All comments must be recieved by Saturday December 13th at 8pm Colorado Time. I will then have my kids draw a random person and they will be the winner. If you don't leave a way for me to contact you - be sure to check back on Sunday so I can get all your details!


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Happy Monday!!

18 comments:

LizA. said...

Oooh, that's easy, Pecan Tassies, or as my husband, The Bearded One calls them, "Pecan Things". They are little, mini pecan pies with a cream cheese-shortbread type crust.

P.S. be on the lookout for a box hopefully arriving sometime this week.

Leah S said...

Fudge. Nummy yummy fudge. :D

Suzanne Earley said...

Peanut Blossom Cookies (you know, peanut butter cookies with a chocolate candy pressed on top...)

Yum.

I think I need to close the shop and go home and make some now that I'm thinking about them.

Ruthie said...

Cut-out Sugar Cookies by far!

SandyQuilts said...

Absolutely peanut butter balls dunked in chocolate ... I can't stop eating them.

I could use a new shower hickie-do dad ... thanks

Sherrill said...

I just got back from my DJ meeting and one gal brought this yummy thing I couldn't quit eating (which is NOT good for my WW!!). She took 1 C. ketchup, sm. can of crab (tuna can size), 2 T. horseradish and 2 T. honey. Mix those together, pour over 8 oz. brick of cream cheese and serve w/ crackers. WOW!

Pat said...

Seven Layer Bars! I take them to every party I go to!

Thanks for hosting this Give Away :)

Denise said...

I couldn't possibly pick ONE favorite and discriminate against all the yummy treats I love!!! But the following are my faves: Greek Crumbreta (a.k.a. Russian Teacakes or Mexican Wedding Cookies) Cornflake Wreaths, Cookie Press Cookies (Spritz), and Fudge.

btw --Congrats on the much-deserved award this weekend!! ;)

marilyn said...

Never met a cookie I didn't like! Really can't say I have a favorite. If it has chocolate or nuts or chocolate and nuts, well, then I have to eat it. Although after eating about 20 cookies today at work, I did start to feel a little sick :)

Loretta in Louisiana said...

When my children were small, we would make little pecan cookies, but called them "snake cookies" because the kids had to roll out the dough in long lengths before I would cut the cookies in about 1" segments. We would have hundreds of cookies, then each one had to be dipped in colored glazed icing, and naturally we ended up with unheard of colors. Of all our traditions, this is still the one most remembered and laughed about.

Anonymous said...

My favorite yummy holiday treat is my dad's Potato Candy with peanut butter...hum. Now cookies it would have to be Hermits, so chewy and fruity.

Shari in AZ

Lori in South Dakota said...

buttercream frosted sour cream sugar cookies--with sprinkles!

Terri S. said...

I absolutely love snickerdoodles. Of course, I don't think I've ever met a cookie I didn't like!

Jan B of MN/TX said...

I just made lots of yummy Christmas treats last Sunday. I think My favorite one is a 'Rolo' on a pretzel twist warmed in a 170 degree oven for 5 mins. and then a salted whole cashew pushed on top! Such a small package, but it has all you need...chocolate, nuts, and salt! Thank you, Alycia, for all that you do for QOV. I sent you 15 pillow cases last summer, and I sew for our QOV group in NW MN during the summer. Thanks, again for all you do! :o)

Diana said...

My favorite thing to make is Almond toffee w chocolate on top. I only make it at Christmas. It is the easiest thing to make and everyone loves it.
The give away is most generous!

Karla said...

My favorite isn't a cookie or candy, though I make lots of those too, but it's a cheeseball I've made since I was little.

kimquiltz said...

Shortbread cookies, made by our resident Scotsman and served every first Sunday in Advent. Make me own Scottish bones shiver with joy!

Judy F said...

Ohhh, Kimmie"s pretzel with a melted dark chocolate candy kiss. You can"t eat just one.