Yosemite Souvenir GIVEAWAY Day 3!!

Are you tired of this reminder yet?? If you are new ……. WELCOME…….  let me recap………….  : )

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………..

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Now, it’s not a big giveaway, BUT, everyday while I am camping a new giveaway will start.  These are short giveaways with only 4 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!

26 Comments

  • Jessica Whitehouse

    I would live at Disney World! I’ve never been there, but I’ve wanted t visit for such a long time!

  • polly

    I would continue to live where we are. I would have to stay close to see my children & their families.

  • Jean F

    I would continue to live where I do now, Gainesville, FL. But I would make massive improvements on my house!

  • Janice Dean

    I always dreamed of a mountain home in Montana. I am just not sure I could ever move away from my family!

  • marnie ward

    I already live in the most beautiful place in the world. When I was 42 I moved from northern VA to the Black Hills. I am where I want to be.

    I collect Owls. That is the souvenir I live.

  • Sarah Hirsch

    i could live wherever (even where i live now) but I would always be away traveling around the world!

  • Dana Rodriguez

    If money were no object I would love to live on a tropical island.I am not sure where exactly but somewhere beautiful and private without being totally isolated.

  • Melissa S

    I think I would live in Idaho. My biggest reason is that my first grandchild is about to be born there to my eldest child.

  • Tammy Shelton

    I collect Coffee Mugs. Every morning I get to remember fun memories from places I’ve visited while I sip my coffee.

  • Tammy Shelton

    I moved to St Augustine FL 2 years ago. I chose to move here from Texas where I was born and raised and lived for 52 years. I LOVE St Augustine, it is the most beautiful, wonderful, magical place. I hope to live here for the rest of my life.

  • Natalie Brown

    Hello! If money were no object, I’d live on the beach on one of the less populated Hawaiian islands. Nice! Thanks!!

  • Sarah L

    I’d live right where I do now. I’d use the unlimited money to travel, especially to New Zealand.

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    You make me laugh kid! I love the sense of humor you have. I too feel the same way about being a day with out the computer. And yet what did we ever manage to get done without it! LOL

  • carrie steele

    Money is no object….I would live in Rio , that is has been a dream for me , i would love to visit the statue of Christ the Redemmer & swim in the beautiful waters there. thank you

  • alesha ol

    high up in the mountains in my dream home, hot tub, jacuzzi, spa, pool, cat room for my beloved meows, $$ in the bank, where is my lottery??!!

  • Jan Lee

    I would live in New Mexico as I still believe the US is the best country for freedom and I want to live where it’s warm most of the time 🙂

  • Jessica Pulido

    If money were no object I would live in a glorious beach house near my home in SoCal

  • nancyfancypink

    If money were no object, I would live on my own private island with my family . Somewhere where there is crystal clear warm water.

  • Lisa Murray

    If money were no object I would live in a large cabin somewhere on the ozarks. I spent several summers of my childhood there and it’s as beautiful as I’ve seen anywhere in this country!