Hawaiian Souvenir GIVEAWAY! 7 Days of Giveaways! Day 1

FINALLY! I am toes in the sand! Frilly drink in my hand in HAWAII!!!!!!  While I’m in Hawaii I’m hosting a weeks worth of Hawaiian souvenir GIVEAWAYS!!!


Now, these aren’t big giveaways, BUT, everyday while I am chillin’ on the beach, a new giveaway will start.  These are short giveaways with only 5 entries each.  The prize is a souvenir from Hawaii. Each prize will be under $10.00. Maybe a magnet, key ring or ????  Each one will be different and from Hawaii.

Good Luck!!  And truly, THANK YOU for visiting!!

If you collect souvenir pennies, spoons, patches, pencils or magnets be sure to let me know and I’ll be sure to send you that item if you win.

Thank you again!!  Now, you go enter……… and we are all going to pretend that I’m not going INSANE being unplugged for a week.  A WEEK???  In Internet days this is like MONTHS!!!

Okay, on to the Souvenir Giveaway!!


  • Lily Kwan

    I would choose Bill Watterson. The first question I would ask is if he would consider creating new Calvin and Hobbes strips.

  • Kelly Greenwood

    I would choose to talk with my Grandma, she died 25 years ago when I was only 7. I would like to ask her what her life what like.

  • Laurie Emerson

    I would sit down with Rosa Parks. I would ask her where she got the courage that day to not go and sit at the back of the bus.

  • Paula Michele Hafner

    I would pick my Papaw. He was one of my best friends. He died unexpectedly. I would ask him what he thought of his great grand kids. I would also ask more questions about his childhood.

  • Samantha Daleo

    It would be my Granny who passed about 10 years ago. I would ask her how she did it..how she always had an impeccable and welcoming home, perfect decorations, delicious food and always made her home an almost magical place to visit. I would also ask her if I’ve made her proud?

  • Tina d Reynolds

    I would sit down with my grandfather and it would not be a question but a statement I love you and miss you so so much

  • Brandi Dawn

    I would pick my Grandmother on my Mom’s side. She has passed away. She committed suicide before I was born. I would just try to cheer her up and make her smile.

  • Al Fitch

    If he existed, I’d meet with GOD.

    I’d ask, Why breasts? Would that not have limited reasons for war? What do you do on your time off?

  • Tracy Melhinch

    I would love an hour to speak with my Dad again…there were so many unanswered questions I had for him, and he passed away before I go say goodbye to him, and tell him I love him, and all is forgiven…

  • Alesha Lane

    I would like to speak to Princess Diana and ask her about her charity wirk, her children, her life before and after she passed. I love and admire her.

  • Wendy Wallach

    Okay I have to edit my last response to make it two sentences. I would sit down with Moses. I would ask him if he really parted the Red Sea. Better, yes?

  • Connie Lee

    I would pick my Mom who passed away 11 years ago. I would ask her if she was able to be with the rest of our relatives that have passed.

  • Lindsey L

    My great grandfather. I’d ask him about family history that I always wanted to ask him, but never got the chance to!

  • Ashley Irby

    I would sit down with my grandmother who passed away years ago. I feel like there’s so many questions I should’ve asked her about her childhood & growing up. Great giveaway!

  • Sarah L

    Part time editor here… Hope you’re having a great time in Hawaii.

    One little quibble: the ‘do you collect souvenirs’ box still says Yosemite not Hawaii.

    P.S. My magnet from Yosemite is on the freezer in the garage and I see it every day

  • Cheryl Rogers

    I would want to speak with my grandmother, she died when I was 8. I really would want to know what her passion was in life. What was her religion?

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    I would love to just sit and chat with my momma. I would ask her how it feels to be in heaven and about God. I would like to know what she does there in heaven. I also like to tell her how much I love and miss her everyday. I miss our talks, our cooking, canning and painting together.

  • Tamra Phelps

    When my brother went to NYC, his friend asked to be brought a New York Times. A local newspaper is actually a great & inexpensive souvenir!

  • Tamra Phelps

    Are we assuming the person has to answer truthfully? If so, I would pick someone that could solve a mystery. Maybe Lizzie Borden. I’d ask her if she did it. (Lol, I recently rewatched that old movie with Elizabeth Montgomery.)

  • Jan Lee

    I would choose Helen Keller. The first question I would ask her is how she managed to get into a college that didn’t even want to admit her! 🙂

  • Maryann D.

    I would love to speak with my best friend, Maria, who passed away about 20 years ago. I would ask about the afterlife and also talk about old times.

  • Leela

    I would sit down with my husband’s grandmother so she could meet our children including her namesake. What she thinks of everyone.

  • Tammy Schweitzer

    I have too say my Grandfather he was such a treasure. Ask him if he like my future husband too be . I miss him so much .

  • Sharon Schoepe

    I would pick my great grandma Mooney. I don’t know what I’d ask her but I would be sure to get one of her hugs that I miss so much

  • Deanna Middendorf

    I would want to talk to my Grandmother (aka Mom-Mom). I’d ask her for some personal advise about a family issue. Before the question though, I would have to hug and kiss her for 45 min. I so need her right now but I am sure she is happy in heaven.

  • Monique

    I would sit down with my dad and ask him questions about slavery and the Army. He was born in 1929 so these questions would be important to me. Plus I miss him so this would be a great opportunity to see him again.

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