Thursday, December 10, 2020

White Christmas Friends & Followers $50 PayPal Giveaway


Welcome to the White Christmas $50 PayPal Giveaway! This year has been crazy and I'm not minimizing  it for anyone. I saw the wild fires, I saw the riots, I saw the lost loved ones, I saw the businesses going under, I saw the separation of people from their loved ones, I saw the crazy things happening in the election. Throw in an earthquake for us here in Utah and I'm just done. Am I missing anything? I know I am. Please tell me something that happened to you during 2020 that was just out there. 

For me, in addition to all the craziness, it was my year of injuries. I never really believed the saying "It happens in 3's." But that is exactly what happened. Starting in January of 2020, I injured my knee at work and was unable to work for 2 weeks. Next, it happened again at work with the same knee just buckling under me and putting me at even more risk for another injury. And finally, 22 days ago, another injury---this time with my ankle! It was such a doozie. I thought for sure this would be the one to send me into surgery. But lo and behold, I'm walking and doing better. I'm even wearing boots to church! Without the ankle brace! So happy! I'm definitely going to put behind me those days of taking an injury-free body for granted. I'm going to be so much more mindful of how I place my feet, where I'm walking and be more intentional in my movement. I hope to put injuries behind me in 2021.

I'm thankful for the coming end of this year and honestly that is the reason I'm feeling rather happy and giddy and would love to share my euphoria with you in the form of a giveaway. 



Please know that I APPRECIATE each and every one of you! When it comes to my giveaways, these are exclusive to A GAL NEEDS...followers. You won't find them anywhere else. Please remember, if there is something you do not want to do while entering, as in follow, tweet, or share, please don’t. That is PURELY up to you and that is in ALL of my drawings.You are given all of these options as a way to let you choose what is best for YOU!  Not everyone has the same social media sites. All you need is one entry to win a $50 PayPal! And although this is a way to thank my followers, if you choose not to follow, you can still participate in many of the entries!

So with that, let's start the giveaway! This Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada. One entrant per household please. All entries are verified and invalid entries are thrown out. If you are already a follower of A GAL NEEDS... in some form, there are exclusive entries specifically for you. New followers are welcome as well!  


 

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Sponsor, A GAL NEEDS..., is responsible for delivery of prize package. Winner must have valid PayPal e-mail. Disclaimer: Open to U.S. and Canada A GAL NEEDS...is the exclusive sponsor and host of this giveaway.
Must be 21 or older to participate, one entrant per household, please. Winner will be contacted by e-mail after 12/31/20.  Must respond within 48 hours.
All entries are verified. Entrants with invalid entries will be disqualified.  

36 comments:

Kim said...

Being able to start an emergency food pantry at work which is still in use today feeding 50 families a week.

Kari Lorraine said...

I think it was my sister recovering from COVID-19.

Sara said...

I would say everything before March, going to a few concerts and malls before the pandemic hit.

KV H said...

I learned to focus on the present.

Crackerjane said...

Thw Covid-19 pandemic

katieoscarlet said...

Wow, so much to chose from, the pandemic, blm , protests, election. I had to have anew transmission put in my car, boyfriend had horrible eye infections.....The most memorable to me was being able to meet up with my Aunt and two cousins for a long lunch in the late summer.

katieoscarlet said...

The photowall is so creative and awesome to tag a great focal point in any room. I especially like the Waterfall in Tokyo

molli said...

i have actually really enjoyed getting to know my kids again during this time in quarantine!

kellyr78 said...

The election and placing my vote were the most memorable things about 2020 for me.

Elaine G said...

For 2020, the pandemic has been the most memorable. Not a good memory but most memorable.

Shay said...

Hey hey (shana)

sunshinehdfan said...

I got to work every day and so many lost their jobs this year. Feeling very blessed.

Christy R. said...

Unfortunately, the most memorable thing that happened to me was my husband cheating on me and wanting a divorce.

juliemurphy said...

I had Covid for 3 months. Not fun.

StuffSmart said...

The most memorable thing about 2020 for me as how quickly life changed. Going from taking things like gathering with friends/family for granted to not being able to gather for holidays.

fmair said...

My husband opening up a small business.

Kelly O said...

The most memorable thing was that my sweet lovely cousin died. She fought cancer like a trooper, but now she is at peace. It is not the "happiest" memory, but when I think of her I still smile. I wish she was here, but moreso I am glad she is not having to fight and is finally at rest.

Melissa Storms said...

I would say after a rough start the most memorable part of this year for me has been spending so much more time together as a family.

Colleen Boudreau said...

My kitty turned 1 and we had a little birthday party for him and everything lol.

Unknown said...

The pandemic.

Monica McConnell said...

I got to tech my oldest to drive so that was nice

MZ said...

Spending more time with my mom, grandma, and in-laws due to our home being damaged by the derecho storm.

Dianna said...

My husband had a major job change and we relocated to a nearby city -- it all happened in just a couple of weeks.

Melissa Greco said...

The most memorable part of 2020 for me has been learning how to work from home. It was a huge adjustment!

Unknown said...

I would say teaching in a pandemic!

Tweedy said...

Staying well

Tweedy said...

Staying well .velder Tweedy Dixon

laurie nykaza said...

The most memorable thing about 2020 is Covid 19 it forced us in in March we have been out once to dr appt. We wont be out till it ends.

Annmarie Weeks said...

This was quite a year for us...and the most memorable is a tie between my "baby" graduating from high school and then selling our house & moving full-time to our condo out-of-state at the beach!

Deb C. said...

2020 showed the importance of family, and also inspired me to do new things.

amanda whitley said...

I was born and raised in MA and in 2020 we up and moved to TN which was very exciting.

Peggy Damon said...

Most memorable of 2020was finally being able to see my son's graduation after the lockdowns

Brandy Cardenas said...

We have so many memorable moments from 2020. I loved all the quality time that I got to spend with my family. I think the biggest memory was when we sold our house and can't wait to start the new journey 2000 miles away in the new year!

Nathan Fox said...

We moved into a new apartment and adopted a wonderful shelter dog. Those were my most memorable moments from 2020.

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

Sadly, the most memorable thing has been this whole stupid pandemic... BUT...I have loved having my hubby home with me all the time too. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

Lindsay Shearouse said...

Definitely the beginning of covid.