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We’re down to our 2nd to last Giveaway from our friends at PartyLite.  Last week’s Coast Lights set went out to Kelly G. with her answer:

The things in my house I am most proud of are the ultrasound photos I had framed after having my children. I was able to pick out some pretty, stylish mats and frames, and they are very cool, personal, and fun conversation starters!

This week we’ve got a set of 3 PartyLite Blue Waves Candle Holder with a box of tealights to go with them.


All you have to do is comment on this week’s question with a valid email address before Monday Night @ Midnight Eastern.  We’ll pick a random winner from all of our comments. Its that simple!

With Father’s Day this weekend, we want to hear about your dad. How did he inspire you? What are some of your fondest Father’s Day memories?

If you’re still looking for that perfect gift, check out some of Elizabeth’s recommendations.  Camille also offered up some ideas.

Have a great weekend everyone!



170 Responses

  1. Omar Atassi says:

    My dad is the best dad in the world! He does everything with me and my family in mind. He does everything that he can to make sure I am happy. He works from morning until night just to help our family. I love my dad! :)

  2. Lizette Betancourt says:

    When we were young I remember that my dad would always take us to watch the "Mets" play in Shea Stadium.

  3. JD says:

    My Dad had a great sense of humor. His corny jokes still bring a smile to may face when I think of him. I get my work ethic from the example he set and with it comes the reminder to always find joy in what you do.

  4. My dad was my best friend. He taught me about caring for a car, how to care for other people as well as animals, and that the most important things are FAMILY and FAITH. He taught me how to respect others even when they do or say something that upsets me. We went everywhere together. He even got me into an airport control tower to watch how they all worked together and to see the weathermaps. (I wanted to be a meteorologist)
    I miss him, but he will always be in my heart.

  5. Linda Ryerson says:

    I really didn't know how much I appreciated my dad until he was no longer there. He did everything for my sister and I, but one thing special is that he and my mom gave me a home after my biological mother gave me up for adoption when I was 13 months old.
    There were many things that he did for me, he help my husband and I get our first home, helped us when we needed the help and just plain loved me no matter what I did. I will never forget him and I know he is watching over me every day.

  6. Jena Schmidt says:

    My Dad set an example for everything I am today.

  7. Heather says:

    I get my focus from my Father. When he set a goal he attained it.

  8. Regina says:

    My Dad was the kindest person I have ever known.

  9. Megan Harper-Ramsey says:

    My father use to take me for Sunday drives to the country about a mile east of our house. While that area haas grown and the country is now an hour or more drive away, I love to tell my kids how important that time with my father was and point out how much our small town grew into a large city just outside of Denver. Birth and rebirth…families and cities.

  10. Alana says:

    Growing up I was lucky enough to have a step dad, who loved me as I was one of his own. I remember spending time wit him whether it was jut watching TV, him trying to bar b q on the grill or trying to cook theses good hot/sweet chicken wings. I love my step dad very much and wouldn’t change anything in the world. He taught me to never give up and follow my dreams no matter what. That is my fondest memory of my dad.

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