Be Thankful- a Gourmet Giveaway!

It’s finally here! What you have all been waiting for…the November giveaway! This month you will have the chance to win a FREE tray of our gourmet cookies! Just in time for your Thanksgiving get together. Everyone will be sure to gobble up these decadent treats.

To enter write a comment here on our blog about what you are most thankful for this year.

For an additional entries mention us or put a link to our blog or website on your personal blog. (If you do this option make sure to post a link to your blog in our comments section.) This will count as two extra votes!

 

The winner will be announced here on our blog on November 19th. Good luck! You could be our lucky winner!

 

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28 comments ↓

#1 Kristen Byrd on 11.04.11 at 2:09 pm

This year I am thankful for faithfulness. I have been struggling with depression since the loss of my son and for the first time in 9 years I feel happy. I have fought and fought to be a survivor not just trying to survive and I have done it. For those who fight with depression I encourage you to fight with all you have. Have faith that you can overcome this situation. Pray and believe! I am thankful that my family can now have a Mom that is happy and proud of herself. Living in a hole is no fun for anyone. Be thankful for each day you can fight to get out and then be joyful for everyday you have once you have overcome!

#2 Michael Allen on 11.04.11 at 2:16 pm

This was a big year for my family so I’m thankful for all the great things that happened. We got married, my spouse started graduate school and a new job, we traveled outside the US for the first time together, and we celebrated 5 years of being together!

#3 Lisa on 11.04.11 at 2:33 pm

I am most thankful for my wonderful family.

#4 Penny T. on 11.04.11 at 2:51 pm

I’m thankful for our great country. If you’ve ever traveled out of our country, you know the wonderful, patriotic feeling that overcomes you when you hear the words, “welcome home”. I’m thankful for the men and women that safeguard the freedom we enjoy in this country. Yes, we are having some tough times as a country but we are fighters. We will prevail. We will fight back and make the necessary changes until we are back to better times in our individual lives as well as our country’s.

#5 CathyH on 11.04.11 at 3:23 pm

This year I am thankful for the support I’ve received to allow me to continue making art and teaching music lessons from my home. Thanks!

#6 Meryl on 11.04.11 at 3:39 pm

I’m thankful for my husband, the most beautiful person in the world, and the best friend I’ve ever had.

#7 Louis on 11.04.11 at 3:41 pm

I’m most thankful for being in good health.

#8 Lisa Tomlinson on 11.04.11 at 3:47 pm

As with the years behind me, this year I am most thankful for my family. Last year was a very stressful year but with the help of family I pulled through. I have the most wonderful, caring and loveable children a very supportive and loving husband. Without them I wouldn’t of been able to keep going. My husband is my rock he stood beside me through so much and was my biggest supporter. He truely is a real life hero. My children were comforting when they saw that I was breaking down. They were there to hug me and keep me on my toes. They are the very foundation I’ve been needing in my life and I’m just so thankful to have them.

#9 Pat on 11.04.11 at 4:44 pm

I am most thankful for growing depth of my faith and the richness of my life from the kindnesses of others. This economy has hurt a lot of good people. Many, however, have not lost what is most important and that is the wealth of each other’s friendship and support.

#10 Frank on 11.06.11 at 10:03 pm

So thankful for my parents, the example they’ve set for me and constant support and advice they’ve given me. And thankful for cookies, too, of course!

#11 Rae Henderson on 11.07.11 at 4:49 am

Rice Krispies Treats and Chocolate covered Pretzels

#12 Laura Kandilakis on 11.09.11 at 2:20 pm

I am thankful for the gift of my third child. I thought my family was complete with 2 boys. I found out that was not the case and am now awaiting the birth of my daughter. I am so excited for her to complete our family. I cannot wait to have a new baby in the house!

#13 Diana G on 11.09.11 at 8:40 pm

I am most thankful for my husband and the home we have. I am thankful for health and continued happiness. thanks.

#14 Tamesia Boone on 11.10.11 at 4:05 pm

I’m thankful I was able to complete my Master of Management program as a single mother while serving in the U.S. Air Force working in Japan. I want to inspire and motivate women all over the world to continue their education and never let anyone defer their dreams.

#15 Nikki Nichols on 11.10.11 at 6:35 pm

Hey this is so neat! I had no clue that you had such an awesome company! Keali and Andrew were our neighbors back at BYU-I for a few years! We love them and Nash dearly, talk about a rockstar couple!
Anyway…

I am so thankful to be able to have a body that is healthy and can keep up with life as a mother of 3 tiny ones and a husband and all that is required of me. Sometimes I get down on myself for not being just “perfect” or having the “Ideal body” but who does? I am just so grateful for what I do have and all I can do with it!

#16 Jane on 11.10.11 at 6:53 pm

I’m thankful for my supportive family and friends.

#17 Celisse on 11.10.11 at 7:27 pm

I am most thankful for friends and family who make life worth living.

#18 Courtney on 11.10.11 at 11:06 pm

I am grateful to live in a country that allows us to practice whatever religion we would like. Mine has guided my life and shaped me into the person I am today.

#19 Danda Franzoni on 11.14.11 at 10:40 am

I’m thankful that I have my mom. She’s 77 and has been through 7 surgeries and procedures since June. The chance of her making it through all of them was very slim but she did it. The final one was last week and she is now recovering. She had a small stoke with one but is fighting back. I know she’ll make it through this. She has inspired me in so many ways but the last few months have really shown me what a strong woman is.

#20 Sara Orton on 11.14.11 at 9:42 pm

I’m thankful for my health that enables me to enjoy the beauty around me, to play with my son and to accomplish tasks in my life.

#21 Sara O on 11.14.11 at 9:45 pm

posted a link to the giveaway on the sidebar.

#22 Lauren on 11.15.11 at 11:14 pm

I am thankful for my beautiful kids that make me smile everyday!!

#23 Lori C. on 11.17.11 at 2:12 pm

I am thankful for family, friends & time from work to spend with people I don’t get to see as often as I’d like.

#24 Natalie on 11.17.11 at 2:25 pm

I am thankful for my healthy family!

#25 Kelly on 11.17.11 at 3:17 pm

I am thankful for dirty dishes, dirty laundry, floors that need to be cleaned, furniture that needs to be dusted, food that needs to be bought and cooked, a husband and three healthy children to kiss and hug and love. I am thankful for my crazy busy, amazingly full life!

#26 Natalie J Vandenberghe on 11.17.11 at 3:22 pm

I’m thankful that my 82yo mother lives only three miles away and that my only grandchild is less than an hour away. I hope we will all be together next week to celebrate all of our many blessings.

#27 Sarah G on 11.17.11 at 5:28 pm

I am thankful for my family and the good health that we are blessed to enjoy. I have so many friends whose children face health challenges and my heart goes out to them. I am thankful that my body has been able to carry and birth three children, soon to be four. They keep me busy but I am so grateful for the joy they bring to my life.

#28 Sally on 11.19.11 at 7:05 pm

I am thankful that God brought my son back from the brink of death and gave me more time to be with him after he slipped into a coma from encephalitis brought on by mono. I am also thankful for the health of my daughter and other son and all of my family.

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