Yosemite Souvenir GIVEAWAY Day 1

The first of May came around and while I was excited about my upcoming camping trip to Yosemite, I was stressed about my blog. I started wracking my brain on how to keep y’all coming here everyday without me constantly reminding you!  Here is what I came up with………..

Yosemite2Now, it’s not a big giveaway, BUT, everyday while I am camping a new giveaway will start.  These are short giveaways with only 5 entries each.  The prize is a souvenir from Yosemite. Each prize will be under $10.00. Maybe a magnet, key ring or ????  Each one will be different and from Yosemite National Park.

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 giveaway!


  • Samantha Daleo

    I would want to sit down with Jesus. I would ask him if I am making him proud and how to make him more proud.

  • polly

    I would pick my Mom. She has been gone for over 30 years and I miss her so much. I would ask her what she thinks of her 2 beautiful great grandchildren. She would of just loved them!

  • Brittney House

    I would like to sit down with my grandfather and learn about my other side of the family I’ve never met.

  • Brandi Dawn

    I would sit down with my grandma Deana…she had a tragic life. I would ask her if she knew how much she was loved.

  • Audra O'Hara

    My dad who’s been gone about 20 years now. I guess the first thing I’d ask is if he gets to go fishing. He’d get a kick out of that.

  • Dana Rodriguez

    I would have to say my dad.He has been gone over twenty years and I have so many questions I would love to know how he would answer.He was a great man taken away far too early.

  • Stephen Saunders

    This is a profoundly deep question that, honestly, is too difficult to answer. Who can seriously answer such a question at a moment’s notice? This would require a lot of thought — days or even weeks of thought.

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    The person I would like to sit down and talk to would be my mom. I would ask her what heaven was like and for her to hug me one more time. I would also like to tell her that I loved her to the moon and back.

  • Leigh Anne Borders

    First, what a cool giveaway! Makes em feel as if I am right there with you!
    As for a person, that is a hard one! I think I would like to sit with Lincoln maybe or Reagan.

  • Linda Meyers-Gabbard

    I would love to have a sitdown with my father who passed away in 1964 two weeks prior to my 4th birthday. Mt first question would be. “Please tell me about yourself”. I know very little about him. I would love to spend any time with him if I could.

  • Connie Lee

    I would like to sit down and talk with my Grandma, She died when I was 6 years old, so I really didn’t know her. I would like to ask her about her life and how she grew up. She was born in the late 1800’s.

  • Sarah L

    I’ll pick Margaret Sanger and I’ll ask her how she became so passionate about family planning back when it was not talked about.

  • Jan Lee

    I would choose Hillary Clinton and I’d ask her if she ever would run for president of the United States or if she felt her husband’s presidency had ruined that for her. I’d want to know if she feels a woman becoming president will happen in our lifetime, and what woman she feels would be a great president, if not herself 🙂

  • nancyfancypink

    If I could sit down with one person, it would be my grandmother who passed in 1988. I would ask her how she raised 8 kids on a milk man’s salary, lived through the depression, and I would ask her to show me how to can foods. We have lost so much in our “throw away” culture. The old ways were so economical and much better for the environment!

  • abedabun dawn

    I would want to talk to the person who killed my father. I would want to know “why”. Not knowing “why” is one of the most awful things in my world.

  • Sam Price

    I would have lunch (and more importantly cocktails) with humorist, author and journalist Erma Bombeck. When I was a kid my mom and dad had a bookcase in the laundry room and I used to read excerpts from her books. Even as a kid I knew she was smart,funny and her observations were timeless (even if I didn’t understand all of them).

  • alesha ol

    I am such a Princess Diana fan, I would ask her if there was a conspiracy to kill her, what it was like to be in such a “family” to be so alone, to be mother to a future queen, and to let her know she was truly loved, not just idolized,by so many

  • Natalie Brown

    Hello! The person I would choose is Ghandi. The first question would be “What was the age that you first became aware of your calling/gentleness?” So intriguing. Thank-you!

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