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Amazon GC Giveaway!

Hey neighbors!

I thought we would start the week off with a Amazon GC giveaway!  We are having a great weekend and I am looking forward to wonderful week.  We here are gearing up for winter.  Putting away outside equipment, preparing our bird feeders, setting up the dog pens for winter among other things.


So, here is what you can  do to enter this giveaway, post a comment here telling me something you do to prepare for winter weather.  It can be big or small, pulling out winter clothes, pulling plants in, or if you live down south, maybe you just start wearing sneakers instead of flip flops.


This giveaway will be for a $5 Amazon GC, that will be emailed to the winner.  Have a great week!  See you soon!


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Comments

Aimee said…
We top off the propane tank & put studded tires on the van
scottsgal said…
we put the road emergency kits in the cars
EliB123 said…
Check if my heater works.
Unknown said…
We always make sure to have items like snow shovels and tools to clean the windows! Thanks for the giveaway! :)
Unknown said…
We can lots of veggies and fruits, clean out and till the garden spot. So, we got ready for winter and now are ready for it to be over.
Unknown said…
We make sure we have plenty of firewood to prepare for the winter.
latanya t said…
we get our tires checked to make sure they are safe for winter weather
HS said…
I get new tires and have my car checked.
Anonymous said…
I have my tires checked
Karin said…
We start putting away lawn furniture, taking down the flower baskets, making sure the snow shovels are handy! ETC.
Marti Tabora said…
We make sure all the pipes have pip insulation on them and that all our outside faucets are wrapped.
Charlene S. said…
We put winter coverings on all the windows :)
Jackie said…
We make sure that all of the outside water spickets are turned off and that the hoses are brought in to the basement.
dythia99 said…
Nothing....I live in Florida. I guess I prepare to save money on my cooling bill....does that count?
Unknown said…
winterize our snowmobile and make sure we have snow clothes that fit.
sohamolina said…
I live in California but I still buy warm jackets.
Move around clothes to find all the warmer items; take out hats and scarves. Find lotion and chapstick!

-lauren
AndreaH said…
Our winters can go either way and we never know until a few days before. So to prepare, we get our winter coats washed up and ready along with our gloves, hats, and scarves. We get a bag of rock salt in case we have ice for our stairs and driveway. We make sure our cars are ready too. Other than that we don't have anything outdoors to get prepared. Our pipes are already well insulated and so we only really need to drip water when it gets into the teens, which it has only once this year.
Angie Bailey said…
To prepare for winter, I always make sure I have an ice scraper in my car for my windows. (Precisely Mine)
Fawn said…
We get the roof rake out as well as the snow blower. Make sure we have salt for the walkways, and cover all of our windows with plastic.
LauraJJ said…
Oh we have to drain our water pipes going outside and put foam over the faucets to prevent them from freezing and breaking during these cold winter months! Woke up to -7 degrees this morning with a windchill of -22! BRRR!
A GAL NEEDS... said…
I make sure the weather stripping is all done.
Nancy said…
To prepare for winter, I stock up on different beans for lots of slow cooker soups: split pea with ham bone, black bean soup, Senate Bean Soup, etc. Slow cooker bean soups are hearty, healthy, warming, and economical on cold days!

Nancy
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Amy Orvin said…
We prepare for winter by getting our heater cleaned annually.
Carla S said…
I buy alot of salt for the sidewalk at the beginning of winter.
Michelle said…
I always make sure to get some nice new winter clothes.
Luna Moon said…
Before winter comes I make sure we have warm clothing and that the heater/AC filter is replaced.
Angela said…
I pack warm clothes in my car
Connie Sowards said…
CONNIE = Rose

We make sure there's plenty of antifreeze in the cars and salt for our walk and driveway.
Anonymous said…
We put away the summer shorts and tank tops and get out our sweaters.
themommablogger said…
I buy all the kids new winter gear: coats, boots, gloves, hats, scarves if they need them.
DG Middendorf said…
We store all of the outdoor kid toys and then I get really moody because I hate winter.
katja9_10 said…
I make sure that all winter jackets and gloves fit. If not, we get new ones.

Les Johnson
aperry said…
Collect fire wood.
jodi said…
We get all of our winter clothing out-make sure it fits and replace what does not. We go thru the house and look for drafts and get them sealed and check cars for emergency items like blanket, extra gloves etc
msmissy02 said…
To prepare for Winter we make sure we are stocked on salt to melt the ice off. Thanks for the giveaway! DamianMom at yahoo dot com
Unknown said…
I prepare for winter by wishing for summer. ;-) I also get out my snow boots and warm jackets. Wish i.lived some where that all I had to worry about was getting sneakers instead of flip flops. Thanks for the giveaway!
Meg Falciani said…
We plan a vacation!! Hubby works all summer (we're in farming) and it's chance to relax with us.
Unknown said…
We always make sure we have the proper amount of air in our tires and have our vehicles winterized. We also make sure we have plenty of batteries, flashlights, and candles.
Kat said…
Get warmer clothes out, check the car and stock up on cans and other emergency items in case we get snowed in or lose power.
Unknown said…
Stock my cabinets with stuff to make chili and soup! :D
Rachel said…
I make sure to get out all the winter clothes and get salt for the drive way.
kathy dalton said…
i live in Florida so i make sure i have a new hoodie for those chily days
Eileen said…
Love this giveaway! I prepared for winter by winterizing my house and heading south!
Amy Tebow said…
To prepare for winter we always have ice melt for walkway and car windows we mainly get ice here
My husband and I condition our snowboards. He works as an EMT on the local mountain, and I teach snowboarding one night a week.
Diana said…
Make sure we keep plenty of salt for the sidewalk
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Unknown said…
I stock up on lip balm and lotion!
dlhaley said…
We do nothing for winter, we live in Florida. Well, maybe take out a few sweaters.
Anonymous said…
Make sure we have plenty of firewood.
Danielle said…
make sure we all have warm coats and such :)
Unknown said…
I check the heating in the house
I always remember to turn off the water in the sink in our garage...so we don't have those pipes freeze.
I make sure we all have winter boots with good treads and I make sure we have ice melt on hand.
wen budro said…
I get my studded tires put on my car. I also stock up on essentials so that I don't have to go out if the weather's bad.
eclairre said…
Before winter comes I make sure we have warm clothing and that the heater/AC filter is replaced.
Helga said…
I take more vitamin C and put extra blankets on my bed.
Sue Hull said…
I take Vitamin C and Airborne. Thank you for tha chance :)
sue-hull64(at)comcast.net
Angela Saver said…
We prepare for winter by getting lots of firewood to burn, as well as get out vehicles ready with new wiper blades, checking our tire pressure & change the oil & fill the fluids!

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
Unknown said…
I get out my winter clothes, make sure my vitamins are stocked, take out and dust my tower heaters.
Make sure we have blankets, water and snacks in car in case car breaks down.
We shop for winter coats and warmer clothes to prepare for winter.
Leela said…
Break out all the warmer clothes.

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