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Chick-Fil-A $5 GC Spring Giveaway

Hey neighbors!

Here is one just for fun!  My husband purchased a $5 Chick-fil-a GC for me to give away.  You all know that my family loves to eat at Chick-fil-a, so he decided this would be the perfect GC for me to giveaway.  And I think it is a great way to start spring!  At least I hope we are finally going to have some spring weather!
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We are going to have some fun with this one.  Who knows, I might even add something else for fun!  You will need to keep your eye on this giveaway.  As we go along I may even add new methods of entry.
 
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The first method of entry will be to tell me what plans you have for spring!  Maybe you are taking a vacation, or planning a party.  Perhaps you are planting a garden or raising some chicks.  Whatever you have planned, just leave a comment sharing with us!  Be sure to use the Rafflecopter of course!  An additional entry will be added for captioning one of our puppy photos.

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We are raising puppies this spring!



Let's go!  Enter the giveaway, come up with a caption, let's have some fun!


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Comments

Jackie said…
One thing I am looking forward to is planting my garden. Can't wait to start growing veggies.
Thank you!
katja9_10 said…
We are planning a huge cookout with family and friends next month. Looking forward to the warmer weather.

Les Johnson
Nancy said…
I'm shopping at the farmer's market and preparing meals with seasonal fresh produce.
Nancy said…
Caption for Picture # 1:
I love getting a new toy!
Nancy said…
Caption for Picture # 2:
Mama didn't teach me how to share. Mine ... all mine!
Nancy said…
Caption for Picture # 3:
People are fun to play with!
jill24295 said…
My plans right now are all about getting the gardens ready to bloom.
Mami2jcn said…
Spring plans: going strawberry picking with my kids.
Amy Orvin said…
I plan to enlarge my garden this year by adding more flowers and maybe a few roses.
Coolestmommy said…
We plan to visit my in-laws this spring. Can't wait to see them.
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auntietina said…
We are in Southern Calif so it has been Spring-like for a while. My garden is 50% started, but I'd like to get my spare bedroom and bathroom painted before the summer heat sneaks in and punches us in the face!
susanlulu said…
I'm looking forward to some warm weather in NC and seeing the trees and flowers bloom.
susanlulu@yahoo.com
cstironkat said…
Today, I registered Artie dog for the egg hunt. We are going to Mardi Growl tomorrow. It was postponed due to ice earlier this year. There Fast and Furriest walk will be held in late April. My husband and I will also be riding our motorcycles in the Hogs for Dogs ride to benefit our local shelter.
cstironkat said…
Mom, this weird creature sucked up my milkbone. #1
Angela Saver said…
I have plans for a trip to Eureka Springs, & also plans for a veggie & flower garden.

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
Coolestmommy said…
I saw my comments were accidentally deleted. I know they still count, but wanted to resubmit my captions.
#1 - Where did it go?
#2 - 1, 2, 3, 4 I declare a tug-o-war
#3 - Look at me - I'm a springer spaniel.
cstironkat said…
I'm springing into summer. #3
Laura said…
My only immediate spring plans is to NOT be a victim of the pollen LOL
cman said…
Spring cleaning and gardening.
Heather Kelly said…
We plan to purchase some homeschooling material in the next few weeks so that we can review it before we use it with our two children for the 9 weeks that they have off for summer.

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