Sunday, December 8, 2013

Sunday Swag ~ Mixed Authors

Welcome to Sunday Swag!

I am always looking for imaginative ways to promote the romance authors I love when I discovered this weekly feature hosted by Riverina Romantics; it comes with the added bonus of sharing my other love {its an addiction really} of swag with the blogging world. Congrats goes to Riverina Romantics for this remarkable giveaway idea and for allowing BBMoreB to join. My addiction to swag started with the Romance Trading Cards; then it was bookmarks; then….you get the idea!

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 The Jeep Diva

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11 comments:

  1. When I was small, I lived in a small Spanish village. On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, we would go visiting the people in our neighborhood, taking/exchanging plates of baked treats and sharing in the Christmas cheer. I live far away from there now, but the happy memories live on. For years, my mom and I baked tons of treats, then after I married and moved away, I did the same, so I 'd have baked goodies to give anyone who came by. Now, money is so tight, I can't do that, but I do offer whatever hospitality I have every day of the year (that's a Southern thing). Happy holidays.

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  2. My favorite holiday tradition was when my parents were alive. Mom and I would spend the whole day baking. Dad loved Pfeffernusse cookies and mom's traditional German recipe made a large batch which would take the two of us a bit of time to roll out into nut sized bites to bake. We usually had Christmas music playing and mom would sing along with her off tune voice. LOL!

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  3. Baking Christmas cookies with my daughter and hubby! We do it every year!

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  4. My best friend and I have been making soft flannel pillow cases and stockings (which we fill) for the troops for several years which I have come to love to do...

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  5. We always drive around on Christmas Eve looking at all the lights and singing Christmas carols in the car.

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  6. My parents give all the kids ornaments on Christmas Eve.

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  7. nothing so special in the tradition, spending time with my family and friends
    thank you for the giveaway :)

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  8. I bake Cinnamon Rolls every Christmas morning since my eldest was 3 yrs old. He is now 17 and the number of pans have increased greatly. I also demand that they are both with me on Christmas morning, even if since they discovered social lives, they may go somewhere in the afternoon.

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  9. decorating the tree together

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  10. Putting up the Christmas tree.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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