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A Snow Day Giveaway!!


We are currently getting pounded with snow. They are predicting 4 to 6 inches before it is all over. Everything is closed, so we are snuggled into the house for the next several days. As Kyndal and Dawson are both out of school today, I am calling off school for the little guys, too. So it will be a day of video games, Youtube Lego reviews and Season 2 of Revenge (Kyndal and I watched the entire Season 1 this weekend when we were iced in …. 15.67 hours). I don't think the kids will even venture outside because it is blowing and cold!

So, let's have a Giveaway!!

On a day like today it would be nice to soak in a nice hot tub. And the winter weather causes my skin to be so dry!! Dial has a new body wash available called Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash. The advanced formula, with a moisturizing Vitamin Complex, helps draw vitamins and moisture directly to your skin. If you are needing extra moisture, Vitamin B is a natural humectant that helps draw moisture and keep skin hydrated.


I am going to giveaway ONE coupon for a FREE bottle of Dial Vitamin Boost Body Wash. The contest will be for TODAY ONLY, so enter on the Rafflecopter below. All you have to do is leave a comment and tell me what you would do to pass the time if you were snowed in for several days.

The Giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. tonight. Good luck!

(P.S. I will be giving away another coupon starting tomorrow.)

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  1. I would spend the day sewing & cooking!!

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  2. We actually have been snowed in this year - a couple of times! We just carry on with our home school lessons, reading, watching Netflix and baking.

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