Monday, December 9, 2013

Christmas Giveaway: $100 Target Gift Card!





























I just love this time of year!

I love the hustle and bustle. I love the excitement. I love the cool crispness in the air. I love the gift of giving. I love celebrating the true meaning of Christmas.

This year, we have been ever-so blessed. Both Seth and I have had life-changing opportunities and we could not be more grateful for everything we enjoy. That being said, I wanted to say thank you to all of you.

Thank you for being here.

Thank you for supporting me/us.

Thank you for reading, commenting and being part of this little community.

I have been inspired and enriched by you.

So, as a little thank you, and for the holiday season, whoop de doo!, I wanted to do a little something fun.... a giveaway!

On the line is a $100 gift card to TARGET.

Because who doesn't love Target? And who couldn't use an extra $100?

HOW TO BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN:

1) LIKE My Name is Jacy on Facebook HERE (if you haven't already)

2) Leave a comment telling me the last act of service you did for someone else. If you can't think of anything off the top of your head, don't worry! You will have one whole week to do something nice for someone and come back and comment. And don't be afraid to brag about the kind thing you did, either :) That's the point.

The winner will be picked at random and announced next Monday. Final entries will need to be in before Sunday night (December 15th) at midnight MST. Yay! Now, I suppose someone could be dishonest and just make an act of kindness up but that would be really lame and not like the readers that participate here.... so, honesty is the best policy please :)

And in the spirit of giving, if you share the giveaway on Facebook, you'll get TWO entries in the giveaway, so let me know if you share it, too! Here's the link to copy and paste:

http://www.mynameisjacy.com/2013/12/christmas-giveaway-100-target-gift-card.html

Good luck!

p.s. yes, you can enter if you know me personally :)

p.s.s. if you don't have Facebook, you can still enter the giveaway. Just leave a comment telling me so along with your kind deed.

** For the sake of shipping, only residents of the United States are eligible to win.



54 comments:

  1. Hi Jacy! I don't have facebook, so I can't enter the giveaway, but just wanted you to know that I am thankful for you:) I don't always comment on every post, but I read every single one, and love everything you have to share. This past year has been wonderful for you, and I am so proud of the amazing things you've accomplished.

    And just because, I thought I'd share my kindness for this week: This week, the hubs and I went over and beyond purchasing gifts for Caleb's 'teachers'. Because we both work full-time, Caleb is in daycare, and he has four very special teachers. They love him like he's their own and are truly the only reason I feel okay every day when I drop him off because I know he is going to be just fine. We don't have a lot in the budget for gifts this year, but wanted to make sure that these 4 ladies knew just how much they are appreciated. We haven't given them the gifts yet (will do so the week before Christmas), but I can't wait to see their faces when we do!!! Giving to others is the absolute best part of the season:)

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  2. Hi Jacy :) What a fun thing to do to get people thinking about the Spirit of the season :) yesterday I saw an empty vase sitting in my kitchen that I needed to return to my sweet neighbor who had brought me flowers about a month ago. She is always serving us, she brings my kids a treat EVERY SUNDAY and most weeks she stops by with some type of surprise for all of us. She is single, her kids are grown, and she is alone a lot of the time, I know she gets lonely. I appreciate her SO much and I'm always looking for ways to show her my gratitude. So yesterday as I saw her vase, I knew we would not be able to buy her a bouquet of flowers, but I thought of a beautiful bouquet I had received earlier in the week.. It was small, but it had red carnations, a few white flowers and a few pine branches. I had enjoyed it so much because it was so Christmasy. And so I decided that I had enjoyed the flowers long enough! I took them out, washed them off, filled her vase with water and re-gifted these flowers to my sweet neighbor, with a little Christmas card thanking her for her beautiful soul. I set it on her front step. Later that day she called and expressed that she had been a little blue the last few days and unable to shake it. But when she received that little bouquet, her "blues" were gone. I love the Spirit of Christmas :)

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  3. What a wonderful giveaway! Thank you! I follow you on Facebook and shared it there too :) So the last act of service I did for someone was for my sweet boyfriend. He is constantly working so hard & recently made my 25th birthday one of my best birthdays to date. He takes me to dinner, pays rent, takes such good care of my baby dachshund when I'm gone and is just a GOOD MAN. So in a small way to thank him (I try and do this often), I took him a delicious breakfast bagel sandwich while he worked, and then went home and did the laundry and cleaned the house so that he came home to all sorts of delicious clean smelling things :) haha. He was very grateful and I felt very accomplished that day. It was a great weekend.

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  4. Ooo I love Target. How wonderful of you to do this!! I already follow you on FB and I've shared this, too :) The last random act of kindness that comes to mind would be yesterday at church. A friend of mine was singing in the choir at church, and just as she began singing my 1 year old daughter started squirming in my arms and crying. I started to walk out of the chapel with her, just as I noticed my friend's son (who was the same age) do the very same thing- except he had climbed up to his mom at the pulpit and was pulling at her dress. I instantly walked up quietly to where she stood singing and picked up her son in my other arm. So I was carrying two fussy toddlers...haha. And I'm sure I looked ridiculous. But I took them away from the congregation and tried to entertain/hush them both at the same time, which actually turned out great because they had one another to touch/push/drool on :D It felt so good to help in this small way, and the boy's mom was so grateful.

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  5. Apart from the service I do for my family everyday (making dinner, washing underwear, etc. . . ), I've recently been working on my big Christmas service project for this year. Last year I sponsored a family through Sub 4 Santa, but this year I have two different things going on. First, I am collecting donations for my city's Victim's Assistance program. Oftentimes, when a person is a victim of a crime, they must leave their homes with only the things they can carry and the clothes on their backs. I've been collecting donations of clothing, coats, towels, blankets, toys and cold weather accessories for the wonderful program that my city offers. I was able to meet with the director and she is such a wonderful person and is truly passionate about helping these victims get back on their feet. Most often in our town, they are women and children who have suffered from domestic violence and abuse, and it just breaks my heart. I've also asked the leader of my local church for the name of a family who might be struggling this year. I've been purchasing presents for the children and food for a nice Christmas dinner for this family. We'll deliver it anonymously a few days before Christmas. I love feeling that not only am I helping someone to have a better holiday season, but that that someone in one of my own neighbors, in my own community. I love the giving spirit people have during the Christmas season. Service is something I feel is so important and something I strive to do all year round. When I see so many people jumping on the service bandwagon around Christmas, it just fills my heart with joy!

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  6. Just the other day I was waiting in a long check-out line and noticed an elderly gentleman waiting behind me. I told him he could go ahead of me since he only had one item to purchase (had he had two items it would have been back of the line with ya, grandpa!) He returned the favor by telling me since I was clearly over 50 I should get a colonoscopy since his twin brother just died of colon cancer... I'm 29 years old.

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  7. This morning I snuggled my baby, despite all of the boogers and barf he was dressed in. :)

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  8. hey jacy! I already "like" you on facebook and just shared the giveaway on there as well. :)

    the last act of kindness/service I did was for a couple in our ward. they are older and have little means and unfortunately their car keeps breaking down and not wanting to work in this cold winter we're having here in Idaho falls. :/ so as they were telling us this, my husband and I, who only have one car to share between the two of us ourselves, figured out a way where we were able to take Trina {the wife} to her job when she works throughout the week and then also pick them both up on sundays for church. they are such a nice couple and so sweet and it's been fun to help them out yesterday and this last week with getting to where they need to be. it really has been so uplifting to find ways to help others this season. anyway....

    love your blog! as always...and love target! as always. hope you're havin a good Christmas so far down there in that AZ fabulous weather.

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  9. Nothing breaks my heart more than the suffering of children. As adults we have learned to adapt to our surroundings, make the best of what we have, and try to handle the hand we've been dealt. Children on the other hand, oftentimes, can be a victim of circumstance. Many times, they fall victim to decisions that their parents have made, and the unfortunate situations they can find themselves in is totally out of their control or beyond their means of coping.

    I had met an acquaintance a few months prior who was struggling. A sheep that had lost her way could easily best describe her and her situation. She was a single mother of two children, new to this area in which I lived. She was unemployed but starting up her own business of soap making. She was trying. Still this woman struggled with providing her children with the basics they were desiring. Shelter, food, clothing, all three of these were challenges. Rent was barely made each month, and food wasn't something that overflowed their panty by any means. The children wore old clothing...most of which they had out grown.

    One morning she had told me that their fridge had stopped working inside their apartment. They were carefully eating the food that remained, some of which had already spoiled. She wept as she told me that her son was eating fermented foods that had spoiled from inside that broken refrigerator. My heart sank. Children eating rotten food, from a warm refrigerator that's been down for over a week? I could not even imagine the idea. Here I was, treating my family to nights out at restaurants, while I had years of wonderful canned goods and food storage on my shelves at home. My own refrigerator sat at home packed with foods from Trader Joes, the Local Artisan Market. I had $30.00 a lb. cheeses sitting in the drawers for heavens sake.

    Her fridge had been repaired by her landlord about a week later, when I was scheduled to meet with her, I told her I had to go pick up a few things at the grocery store. She accompanied me in my vehicle and as we drove to the market, I told her what the plan was. This trip wasn't for me or my family, it was for hers. She went silent. You could see the relief that had overcome her heart when she realized what I was offering. The plan was, we weren't leaving the store until the cart was completely full of whatever foods her and her children would need to restock their fridge, fill their pantry shelves, and give them sustenance for the next few weeks. It was a humbling experience walking those aisles. I learned more about myself, about friendship, about charity and a mothers love than any other lesson had ever taught me before. She arrived home with over $300.00 in food for her and her two children. She anxiously unloaded the vehicle and carried each bag into her small apartment. It was like Christmas to her and those kids.

    After dropping her off at her home, I returned to my workplace. About 30 minutes later, this woman walked through the door carrying a hot plate of homemade breakfast, all from the items we had picked up for her and her family. This woman wanted to thank me and knew she couldn't do much, but she shared part of her breakfast that she had made for her and her family. I was touched and will always remember that because of this lesson I now know the importance of looking out for each other, listening to promptings we have to reach out and do what we can to lighten the burden of others.

    Merry Christmas Jacy, to you, Seth, and Little Dude!

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  10. I like you on FB(Kelly D Saver) and yesterday we wrapped and donated gifts for the Christmas tree gift collection at my church.
    Kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  11. Today I watched a friend's two kids for her. If you know how much our kids fight when they are together, you would understand how kind this really was :)

    I already follow you on Facebook!

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  12. I shared on and liked on Facebook. I volunteered to watch my niece and nephew tomorrow night for my brother and sister in law so they can go see a production of The Christmas Carol. Nothing too amazing, but I know how nice it is to have someone watch my boys when I am in need of a sitter.

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  13. You're so amazing on so many levels. I'm holding you to that lunch date! I've liked your page, of course. Last night, I took soup to a neighbor friend who is pregnant and not feeling well. I hope her family enjoyed it :)

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  14. I've actually got a couple of things that come to mind. Every Thanksgiving my husband gets a turkey from his company as a Thanksgiving present to the employees. However, every year we ask his boss to give it to a local shelter since we eat over at family houses every year. This year though, I really wanted to make a Thanksgiving dinner to a family that maybe wasn't going to be able to afford to have a REAL Thanksgiving dinner. So I asked around and eventually found a widowed single mom who's husband was killed over seas. He never got to meet his now 3 month old baby girl, and also left behind his wife, a 4 year old, and a 9 year old. If that weren't sad enough, two years before he was deployed, his parents were killed in a drunk driving accident in Las Vegas and he and his wife were left custody of her husband's younger siblings ages 13, 15 and 17. So when he passed away, this mom was left with 6 kids to care for. The government has been late in processing her veteran's widow benefits, leaving her to figure out how she was going to even heat her home, let alone make her kids a real Thanksgiving dinner. So my husband and I, along with a few of our neighbors, made an entire Thanksgiving meal, with ALL of the fixings, and gathered together blankets, clothes, diapers, and extra canned food and such. The mom arranged for her children to be at a friend's house when we delivered everything so they could be suprised when they came home. We never got to see or hear how the kids reacted, but the mom was pretty thankful enough for all of them. My second act was just last week. My neighbor, and newest friend was starting to get sad as the 1 year anniversary of her father's death was coming up. I made sure that I marked it on her calendar and went and left flowers on her doorstep the morning of, along with a note to let her know that I would be thinking of her all day and I would be there for anything that she needed.
    This is a wonderful thing you are doing Jacy, even if I don't win, I'm still grateful for the opportunity to share what we did and make me more excited to do something else again for someone before Christmas gets here! :)

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  15. I like you on Facebook as Elena Istomina. Last week we donated some money, toys and clothes to the local charity

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

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  16. shared-https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=632617183468312&id=100001601092799

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

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  17. Jacy, you are awesome! We could totally use this gift card this year, but I am sure there are others who could use it even more! The last act of kindness I can think of was giving our neighbor a ride to work and back when his car was in the shop after a collision. If I win, I will find someone who needs this $100 to make their Christmas Merry and Bright and I will pass it on to them :)

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  18. What a great blog! I just found this through a friend on Facebook. This afternoon I watched my neighbor's children (two adorable and spunky girls) so she could have some peace and quiet with her husband, who is getting deployed for a year in February.

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  19. I helped my mom carry the groceries in the house.

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  20. I follow you on FB... My best friend was home sick with the stomach flu. He kept telling me he was ok, but I knew he wasn't. I dropped off a care package at his door with Gatorade and medication, and one of my homemade happy face cards. I think it was the card that made him feel the most better :-) - Liza, (lapurtell at gmail)

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  21. I like you on facebook. The last good thing I did for someone was to donate 20 lbs of food to my local food bank. Hopefully it will help several families for the holidays.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  22. I like you on facebook too! The last thing I did was pay for the person's drink behind me at Starbucks! Someone did it for me once years ago and I felt the need to pay it forward :)

    kenhall013@gmail.com

    Kenny

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  23. I already like you on Facebook. We gave some money to a family in need this year. Merry Christmas!

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  24. Following you on Facebook. ID: Lynda Castillo
    I helped to organized a food drive at my local church to help feed the hungry for Thanksgiving. :)

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  25. We took two large boxes of Andy Pandy diapers and down coats to a single mom of two yesterday. Smile on their faces are priceless.

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  26. This is so awesome of you! Well of course this, and along with everything else that you're already doing, and involved in! I have already "liked" your page on facebook. The last act of kindness I did, is we are putting together a box of things for a family in my brothers' ward that is in need. My whole family is pitching in to help the family out, and they will be dropping it off at their house on Christmas (door-bell ditching, so they don't know who left it) This has always been a family tradition of mine when I lived at home, so I'm glad they are continuing the tradition. My husband and I were able to go out last weekend to grab a few things to include in the box; food, a couple toys for their boys, etc. I love this season of giving!

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  27. It seems so silly for me to write a service after reading all the good deeds done. There are many I myself would pick, but I am going to enter because if I win I plan on giving the card to family in need. Last week I provided service to a friend who was going out of town and needed her fish fed. She asked my kids if they could help her. I have four kids and getting them there twice a day to feed her fish for a week over the holidays was true service. It was hard to have to remember to take them and then get them in and out of their car seats each time. But it was wonderful to see them enjoy helping so much. They loved doing it and I in turn loved going because of their excitement.

    For Christmas we are doing a sub-for-santa and sponsoring (with the help of friends) 4 families in our community. That is a total of 12 kids and their parents. We hope to provide each child with 4 gifts and a gift basket for the families as a whole. The goal is to give each family a gift certificate for groceries and a fun family movie with treats and popcorn. Growing up I was the recipient of sub-for-santa. I still remember the gratitude I felt each year to get anything and to know people cared about me and that i wasn't forgotten, Each year I strive to give kids in need the same thing.

    Thank you for what you are doing. Even if I don't win I am grateful I tool the time to put my feels down on paper and save them for my kids to read one day.

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  28. I like you via Facebook as Alaine Elise. On Monday, I paid for someone else's coffee and breakfast at Starbucks!
    alaine74014 at gmail dot com

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  29. We were able to sponsor a boy from an orphanage in Brazil for Christmas, and got him several presents ranging from toys to clothes and shoes. This week we also have 5 families from our ward that we will be taking food to for their Christmas dinner

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  30. At my 12 step meeting there was this women that was having a really hard time with everything that has happened to her so I went home and made her a quilt.
    Amber
    red_murray2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I'm a new follower and admire everything you do Jacy! The most recent kind deed I did was that I took a friend a package of diapers for her baby when they were completely out and didn't have any money to buy more. It wasn't anything big but the look on her face when she saw them was so so rewarding.

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  32. Hi Jacy! The most recent kind deed I did was donate my time and stuff to a food kitchen. There is a definite order for all the volunteer - and since Im new to it, they have started me off slowly (and Ive gotten my fair share of dishwashing time) but its really awesome to do for others, especially around the holidays!

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  33. I shared on fb too https://www.facebook.com/meredith.montgomery.98/posts/636598653070888

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  34. Hi Jacy! Yesterday, my dear friend was overwhelmed with her little business. I decided to drop by and help her and package everything and then took them to the post office. It wasn't anything big, but I know to hear it helped so much.

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  35. What a wonderful thing for you to do! I 'liked' you on facebook before I deleted my account. Does that count? haha

    My husbands grandma loves Christmas time and decorating her house. She has had lots of heart problems in the last couple of years and hasn't been able to decorate as much. My son and I have been spending the last couple of days going over to her house and helping her decorate her tree.

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  36. facebook like as Jackson Crisman.
    The most recent nice thing I did was probably Saturday when I saw a man digging through the trash at a gas station...I saw him drink an old soda and stuffing old food in his pockets. I went inside and bought a bag full of food...brought it to him and my husband handed him ten bucks. I wish we could have done more....but we are poor folks too. HA!

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  37. yay! I love target! crossing my fingers :) liked you on facebook. Last night I took dinner to a friend who is having a hard time.

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  38. I liked you on FB. and my recent act of service was when I was walking in a mall, I happened to see an elderly gentleman bent over looking for something on the floor. With people walking to and fro, I made my way over to him and asked if he was looking for something. He said he lost his contact. I thought it would be hard to find, but after a few seconds, I found it for him and he was thankful! Made me feel good to be able to help him!!

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  39. I was thinking of some of the "bigger," service I have done lately. Painting walls for a neighbor. Watching kids so a frazzled mother could get a shower. Bringing meals to sick mothers to sick children, but none of them, though nice, are as important as a small and simple act of service I was able to do for my son yesterday.
    My children and I are moving. My husband is staying here. I had a bunch of men taking items out to the moving truck. I was being pulled 12 different directions. "Yes that goes. No that stays."

    My four year old came to me upset that he could not find his boots. He followed me around trying to get my attention. They had taken his toys out to the truck. He was worried about them taking his basketball and his batman toys. He remained very worried and wound up.
    Trying to manage the men packing boxes into the rental truck and my son, we're proving to be difficult.
    I asked him if he wanted to go outside with the rest of the children and watch the men load his stuff onto the truck. He felt empowered.

    After getting his boots and gloves on, and coat zipped up, he dashed off to enjoy the moving excitement.

    After 10 minutes I heard him just sobbing. I could not understand him through his sobs. I had seven people asking me questions. I told them I needed a few minutes. I halted everything. I went to him.
    Did the men there who were loading the truck need me? Yes. But they were going to have to wait.
    More importantly right at that time my little son's needs, fears, and emotions needed comforting.
    I could see that there were scared emotions behind his tears. He was fearful, can feel the tension in my marriage, was trying to be brave, and had fallen apart.
    He needed service only his mommy could provide. He needed me to be emotionally available to him during his time of distress.
    He was freezing from being outside and was shaking. I took him into a bedroom wrapped him up in the remaining blankets not packed into the truck and held him close while he warmed back up. I told him how much I loved him and how important he is to me.
    I will never get those 10 simple minutes back. I am happy to say as a mom that I can report at the important moments of my children's lives, I have been there for them.
    Nothing is as important as the service of a mother and her love for her children. It will heal this world.

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  40. LIKE My Name is Jacy on Facebook-- Wild Orchid
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  41. A good friend of mine is pregnant with her fourth child, so to give her and her husband a much needed night alone, I am watching her 3 kids. I know how important it is to have time to recharge without kids!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  42. shared--https://www.facebook.com/wild.orchid.33821/posts/257162497774562


    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  43. i found a 20 dollar bill before but decided to leave it alone for the next person to find
    amandahoffman35@yahoo.com

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  44. Well Jacy, you've brought me out of lurkdom for the only the second time now. I'll be honest - it's with the hope to win, but it's more to brag (you said this was encouraged). It's not however to brag about me. It's to brag about my daughter Olivia. Olivia lived eleven years and 49 weeks. She left a legacy of giving and doing for others. Here's some of the things she did in her lifetime:

    - Sent 100 Hershey candy bars to our soldiers overseas after she ready about their MRE's and exclaimed "gross!"

    - At a party, asked for donations of toys so that she could bring them to the cancer unit at our children's hospital. She got special permission to pass them out herself on the unit.

    - Olivia never, ever passed a donation bucket she didn't put a dollar into. Sometimes this meant I'd have to turn the car around if she'd spotted one while we were driving. Her belief was that if everyone put one dollar in (instead of saying they "don't have any money") the collective change would be significant.

    - On the first Patriot's day, she brought cupcakes to the local firehouse, in honor of the firefighters who'd lost their lives one year earlier in such a horrendous act of terrorism.

    - When a local family's house burned down, Olivia organized a car wash fundraiser to help the family out.

    - More than once, Olivia and I went to the Ronald McDonald and cooked dinner for the residents there.

    - Olivia died a black belt martial artist. As a teacher of such, she left behind a video sharing pearls of wisdom and coping mechanisms with others.

    - In our state, at the end of the year, the newspaper does a "Top Twenty Passings of the Year". It's not quite the accolade a mother wishes for her young child, but given that the outcome couldn't be changed, it remains an honor to have Olivia Grace make that list (the only child) the year she passed.

    As I'm up against the date of her death (11/18), Thanksgiving, her birthday (12/9) and then Christmas and "Happy New Year", I've doubled down my own efforts to get through it by carrying forward her momentum. I found a handwritten note that said "read to first grade" (something she had planned), so one morning I did just that. I brought our firefighters a chocolate cake, kept company with the elderly, and never, ever passed a donation bucket without giving one dollar, looking up towards the heavens and saying "this is for you, baby".

    In honor and memory of Olivia, the best daughter I could have ever had hoped for.

    Lastly, if I may before I finish the hijack on your blog ;) one of her classmates wrote this about her a few days ago on her birthday:

    "Happy 21st birthday, Olivia. it's weird to think that it has been 9 years. nine years since one of most loving and kind hearted people was taken from us. You may have only been a child but you understood more about life than most will ever, and I don't think you even knew it. Thank you for teaching me so much and changing my life forever."

    We're all in this together....as such, we must look out for each other and support one another. If we can't do that, let's at least not tear one another down.

    Happy holidays, and Godspeed.

    Wendy T - mother of an angel.

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  45. I shared on facebook (Wendy Thompson).

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  46. kelseywiest@hotmail.com

    so great, I love target! making meals for new moms in my neighborhood is how I try to show service all year long :)

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  47. botkin.michelle@gmail.com
    I unpacked my moms kitchen when she moved. But ya know... I pass things every day that I wish I would have done... And i have so many people doing acts of kindness.... for me.. and my little family. its so emotional... Chirstmas is made special by all the people around us. I feel blessed

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  48. I started a fund raising money for families that don't have enough money to buy their kids presents for Christmas :)

    oldnavyash@aol.com

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  49. I helped organize gift donations for a needy family in our ward for Christmas. Love the encouragement to do something for someone else, especially during this time of year! :)

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  50. So i like your Facebook and i commented on this, but it never posted so I'll try again. The last kind thing i did for someone was (still working on this one) sew 9 rice bags for my mom to give my little brothers and sisters for Christmas!

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