Giveaway Winner!

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10 Responses

  1. Tammy says:

    Congratulations to Kathleen. Thank you for hosting the giveaway.

  2. ^A^ngel says:

    Congrats to Kathleen … and thanks again Corey for the opportunity to win… and for sharing your traditions with us… Happy Holidays!!♥♥

  3. Christine M says:

    Thanks for sharing how you spend your Christmas with us. It’s love to hear other people’s family traditions.

  4. Lea says:

    Congratulations Kathleen. Thank you Corey for a wonderful give away.

  5. Christina in Cleveland says:

    Bless your heart Corey and WOO HOO KATHLEEN!!!!
    I adored reading other people’s favorite traditions. Lots of new ideas in them too! 😀 Merry Christmas to you Corey and all the other readers!!

  6. Kathleen OGrady says:

    It is always so exciting to see your own name as a winner! Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway! I am feeling pretty lucky today! Thanks for sharing your Christmas story. Your tradition sounds like great family time. It is nice to learn things about the people behind the blogs.

  7. jeifner says:

    Merry Christmas and congrats to Kathleen!

  8. Gill says:

    Congratulations to Kathleen!

  9. Renita Sullivan says:

    Congrats! Have fun making something cute! Merry Christmas!

  10. Cheree says:

    About our first 15 Christmas-es were spent in that crazy holiday run-around, trying to make sure we made it to every grandparents’ and parents’ house…but then we started seeing our kids growing up not getting a good feel for what/Who Christmas is about. They started getting boyfriends (girlfriends are just around the corner) and that meant our time with them was short. We stepped back and said we would NOT do this to our kids and so started celebrating the few years we had left with the older kids first with Mass and then the entire day at home peacefully and actually reflecting. I have a huge family but we stopped meeting on Christmas many years ago for all the right reasons. However, this has been a sore spot on the other side of the family but we do not regret it, especially now that a daughter is married and can only spend part of the day with us. If we hadn’t done that, we would have NO memories of relaxed and FOCUSED holidays. When my kids start having kids of their own, I’ve vowed to make it as simple as possible for them as well to celebrate Jesus’ birthday.