Thursday, 1 December 2016

Twelve days of Chocmas (giveaway c/d 12 December 2016)

I'd love to wish all my blog readers a very merry Christmas, and a happy New Year!
Today, taking my younger son to school, we walked briskly as it was so cold. It feels like a proper winter now.
It's that time of the year, when I offer a seasonal giveaway. Last year I ran a 12 days of chocolate bars giveaway, it was a big success, and I enjoyed reading all the comments.
As a self-confessed chocoholic, I do love chocolate gifts, and my seasonal giveaway reflects my love of chocolate. I give you Twelve days of Chocmas.
Every day I will offer you a chocolate gift (a bar of chocolate or mini box of truffles) and a little something too, edible or decorative.
For 12 days I will be revealing a part of an overall prize, and each day there will be a new question.
As stipulated in the T&Cs below, the number of winners will depend on how many questions the first randomly selected winner will answer. If they answered all 12 questions, they get the whole lot. If they choose to answer less questions, they'll get less prizes, and the remaining part of the prize will go to the next randomly selected winner.
Day 1 (1 December): 
I do enjoy a glass or two of prosecco when we go out or have guests for dinner, so when I spotted these M&S Christmas milk chocolate prosecco caramels, I knew I'd have to buy them for my giveaway. The 2nd part of today's prize offering is a Waitrose Nordic candle tin (burn time approx. 30 hours). Did I hear someone mention "hygge"?! I'm not going along with the overhyped trend of hygge at all. Aromatic candles are a pleasure to have around at this time of the year anywhere and everywhere.



Question 1: What do you love most about winter holidays?
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Day 2 (2 December): There are some festive flavours that I associate with Christmas, and marzipan is one of them.
Today's prize addition is a Ritter Sport marzipan chocolate bar and a selection of cute cake slice erasers, which come in a mini-pouch.


Question 2: What is your favourite Christmas treat?

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Day 3 (3 December):
On Day 3 you will find a Divine milk chocolate bar with spiced cookies (and very nice it is indeed, we scoffed our bar today) + The Ladybird book of Boxing Day.
Hope this little amusing book will brighten your Boxing Day.
I've got another copy for myself, and loved the last page: "Boxing Day officially ends in May, when this turns up in a tin on top of the fridge (picture of the Yule log). "Ah! I meant to get that out, says Mum, as she tips it into the brown bin. And, finally, it is over"
I certainly recognised myself in that Mum. I recently found a Heston's Stollen from last year's Christmas, which I have squirreled away, and by the time I found it, it was almost a year over its sell-by-date.


Day 3 question: What gift do you most anticipate to give for Christmas, and who's your lucky recipient?

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Day 4 (4 December: again posting the prize and question on the eve, as tomorrow morning we're off to see Moana with my younger son):
Today, on the way to do some grocery shopping, we saw an open kiosk with a guy roasting marshmallows over the open fire. It's such a lovely seasonal treat, and I got a stick of roasted marshmallows for my son.
I also enjoy marshmallows, with hot chocolate.
Today's chocolate prize is a double chocolate treat - a cute little chocolate elf lollipop and a handmade Begian chocolate Marshmallow Melts for the most decadent hot chocolate. If you're not a fan of hot chocolate, how about adding it to coffee?


Question 4: What is your most cherished Christmas memory?

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Day 5 (5 December): We have a famous teddy bears shop in town, which is visited by teddy collectors from all over the world. They are well known for their beautiful window displays. The other day they put up a Christmas tree decorated with lots of white and red teddies. I popped into the shop and bought three of these cute white teddy glass ornaments. To match - I am adding a Lindt Lindor white chocolate, which is very creamy and smooth. My guys love white chocolate, I prefer the dark one.


Question 5: What is your favourite Christmas song/carol?

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Day 6 (6 December): we're already on day 6, and today's prize addition is a Thorntons Special Toffee milk chocolate and a pack of Swiss coconut biscuits Delice de Coco, which are my older son's favourite biscuits. When we visit Italy, we bring loads of these boxes with us.


Question 6: Christmas jumpers - do you love or loathe them? What was your best (worst) Christmas jumper ever?
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Day 7 (December 7): more chocolatey goodies for day 7 - a Cocoa Loco Hot chocolate gingerbread spoon and a Thorntons Fabulous Fudge milk chocolate.


Question 7: What is your favourite Christmas film?

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Day 8 (8 December): Today's chocolate bar is Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin, made with dried grapes and biscuits. An additional treat is 7th Heaven Strengthen Nail & Cuticle Finger Masques with conditioning argan and protecting pomegranate. #


Question 8: What is your ideal Christmas breakfast?

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Day 9 (9 December): Lindt Excellence Mint Intense and a miniature bottle of Hendrick's gin as a special treat today.



Question 9: If you could choose any destination in the world to spend Christmas at, where would you go? Or would you prefer to stay at home?

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Day 10 (10 December); Oh I do love classic Lindt Lindor truffles, they are so smooth, creamy and moreish. You have a chance to win this mini box of Lindor truffles and No.7 nail polish in festive red (it's a limited edition from the no.7 Advent calendar, and yes, I have already opened all the windows).


Question 10: Have you had a chance to look at the TV schedule for Christmas eve/Christmas/Boxing Day, and what do you most anticipate to watch - Doctor Who, Call the Midwife, Father Brown, the Great Christmas Bake Off, Strictly, University Challenge or anything else?

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Day 11 (11 December): a Cadbury Dairy Milk Medley bar + a white chocolate Snowman from Thorntons.


Question 11: I'm feeling rather rotten today, at home with a cold, please make me smile, tell me something funny, like a Christmas cracker joke, or something funny your children said.

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Day 12 (12 December) First of all, thank you for all the jokes you are posting today, they really make me smile. And here we are, on the eve of the last day of 12 days of Chocmas, and I hope you enjoyed taking part.
Today's prize is one of my personal favourites - Lindt Excellence A Touch of Sea Salt dark chocolate + a mini Kenzo eau de parfum and festive Santa Baby popbands (which were part of the latest You Beauty box).


Question 12: From all the chocolate bars and treats in this giveaway which one would you like to eat first?

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T&Cs:
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.

Please leave your name or Twitter name in the comment if you login as Anon, or I will never know who commented.

There will be one or more winners, who will receive all the goodies appearing during the twelve days of the giveaway. If the first winner has replied to all twelve questions, they will receive the whole lot.
If the first winner answered less questions, they will receive the prizes from those days only.
The remaining prizes will be allocated to the next winner(s).
I hope I don't have to send twelve different packages though.

The more questions you answer, the bigger your prize will be.
Only one entry per person is allowed.

If you missed a day, you will have a chance to catch up on any other day until the end of the giveaway, as long as it comes in a SEPARATE comment.

Please note, if you answer 12 questions in one comment, it will count as 1 entry.

Once the winner is selected randomly, I will count their replies.
I will contact the winner, who will have 7 days to reply with their address details. Due to the nature of the prize which I hope to dispatch in good time before Christmas, the time limit to get back to me is shorter than usual.
All the prizes are provided by me, and are in no way sponsored by any brand.
This is my way of saying Thank you to my blog readers.

I will be posting the package(s) at my own cost.
If the winner's away when the parcel arrives and is not able to rearrange the redelivery, and if by some chance it is returned to me, please do not expect me to cover the cost of the postage again.
If that happens, the prize will be taken to the local food bank (foods) and charity shops (non-perishables).

I will send the packet by Royal Mail, tracked and to be signed for.

The giveaway will end on the 12th of December at midnight.

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Many thanks to everyone who joined in and entered daily. I enjoyed reading all your comments.
The winner has been picked randomly from all the entries.

And the winner is ....

ROBYN C

Big round of applause! Well done, Robyn, hope you will enjoy all the chocolate and other treats!

Merry Christmas, everyone!

372 comments:

  1. I love going out into the snowy weather and then returning to slippers warmed on the radiator and hot chocolate! I love to feel cosy out of the cold!

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  2. I love the time of the year as it time to think that little bit more about the people you love....travel to see friends/family and time to reflect on the year gone by and what next year you hope for.

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  3. I love that all of our extended family always make it a priority to come home so we can all spend some rare, quality time together. It's the only time of the year you can guarantee that everyone, without exception will be there.
    @aceso84 on Twitter

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  4. I love wrapping the presents while singing along to carols to get me in the festive mood.

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  5. Catching up with family and friends and having lots of fun together

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  6. I love putting on the twinkly fairy lights in the gloomy days and listening to Christmas music - it definitely feels special.

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  7. I love putting my Christmas decorations up with the help of my 7 grandchildren

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  8. I love the days when it's cold and frosty but sunny - lovely to go out for a winter walk, and feels so festive!

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  9. I love that you get to see family all together! I like seeing my daughters face in the morning when she sees santa has been. I also love spending time with my partner while he is off work for christmas holidays!

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  10. chillin in the warmth with the fire lit

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  11. I love the winter frost on the ground when i walk my lovely Rhodesian Ridgeback Puppy up the Sussex downs - it looks beautiful and she romps in the frost

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  12. I love the cool crispness of frosty mornings, whilst I am nice and cosy inside.

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  13. I love not having the normal routine, just plain relaxing and spending time with the family

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  14. I love decorating the house with all the shiny Christmas baubles - the saddest part is having to take them down again on Twelfth Night.

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  15. Snuggling up with my boys! I love getting them home from school and cooking nice hot meals to warm them up.

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  16. What I love most about the winter holidays is going out to local race meetings in North Yorkshire and Durham.

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  17. i love the quality family time and festive mood!

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  18. I love spending time with family and friends, we went to NY last year and met up with friends, it was fab

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  19. I love the yummy food which you can only get at Christmas :)

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  20. I love having the whole family round for Christmas dinner, we always have such a laugh.

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  21. I love everything about the Christmas holidays but mainly spending quality time with my family and lots of baking, namely chocolate yule log yum!

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  22. I love the time spent with family especially the extended family during winter holidays.

    @muslimahi

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  23. Not having to get up and go to work.

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  24. The fact that I can forget all the hustle and bustle of preparing for Christmas for a while and just enjoy myself.

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  25. i love the fresh crispness in the air x

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  26. I love the anything can happen atmosphere that there is around Christmas.
    You can dress your dog as a reindeer, the grumpiest of people will throw on a Santa hat (even a Bah Humbug one) and get into the spirit! Men relish dressing up as old women becoming the star of the local panto. You can even disguise your bin bags as Christmas puddings if you want to.
    We all let our guard down and relax a bit more around the festive time and that is what I love.

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  27. I love going for a walk in the crisp sunshine before sitting down to a family feast

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  28. I love getting home to a cosy house, shutting the curtains and watching trashy tv

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  29. Snuggling in over sized cosy jumpers!

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  30. I love the big log fires and warm cuddly jumpers, hot chocolate with marshmallows

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  31. Sitting next to the fire and watching TV

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  32. the smell of an open coal fire as you open the door

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  33. I love the lead up to Christmas. The mulled wine, decorating the tree, wrapping the presents and listening to classic Christmas songs.

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  34. I love the smell of a fresh christmas tree on a morning covered in multicoloured lights

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  35. Getting together with family & friends...

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  36. I love making christmas as magical as i can for my kiddies :-) @jlnorris2010

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  37. I love the stress free family time we have together

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  38. walking through the woods on a dry and bright winters day

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  39. I love going out in the cold, frosty weather of the winter holidays and then coming home to a roaring fire

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  40. Love that it gets cold enough so I can put my wood burner on, which I consider a real luxury. Its one of the real upsides to winter when its cold and dark and if it snows outside even better!

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  41. Getting to spend time with my family :)

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  42. I love the way that frost and snow changes how everything looks and the excuse it gives me to stay inside warm and cosy

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  43. Being able to stay inside and stay cosy with the fire and candles lit

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  44. Having a lie-in when it is cold and wet outside.

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  45. i love snuggling on the couch with a blanket and hot chocolate

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  46. I love the time off work and a chance to sleep in!

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  47. Spending time with all my family together at the same time, having fun!

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  48. Watching Christmas films on TV with a mug of hot chocolate!

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  49. Spending time with the family all snuggled up and just relaxing and indulging

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  50. Time away from work and spending time with my family back in France. Only got to go home at that time of the year unfortunately

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  51. I love that I can spend some real time with my boys - leanne w

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  52. Sitting in front of a fire with a glass of Baileys.

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  53. putting up the christmas decorations!!! @Amezeylady

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  54. My favourite treat is a box of chocolates or a chocolate log (in fact anything chocolatey)

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  55. My favourite chocolate is milk choc truffles... :)

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  56. My favourite treat is chocolate brazil nuts or so chocolate log, do you see the chocolate theme!

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  57. Rum truffles

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  58. My favourite treat is Christmas cake.

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  59. My favourite Christmas treat is sprouts! Honest!

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  60. My favourite Christmas treat is chocolate Baileys which I only seem to have at Christmas for some reason

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  61. having someone else cook the Christmas dinner!!

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  62. Question 1: What I love most about winter holidays is spending precious time off with the hubster. Often, the only proper break we get together is the couple of weeks surrounding Christmas. So we tend to shut ourselves away from the world, to make the most of it :) @Blulu25

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  64. Day 2: Mine is Snowballs, as in the drink. I love 'em, and don't tend to have them very often outside of Christmas, for some daft reason. Maybe I'll change that next year :D @Blulu25

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  65. I really love baklava :) But I only seem to have it at Christmas time!

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  66. Day 1 - the opportunity to wear my winter woollies to cover all my problem areas.

    @starwell - twitter

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  67. Day 2/ a Bottle of champagne - it is my birthday on the 15th of December so it's a double celebration.

    @Starwell - twitter

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  68. day 3 / Books for the great grandsons so they might appreciate the written word as much as I do

    @starwell - twitter

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  69. I love Marzipan too but my favourite Christmas treat is Gluwein (mulled wine) which I can drink by the bucket load!!!!

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  70. Day 1 - snuggling up by the fire watching Christmas movies.
    @carole_0000 twitter

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  71. Day 2 - Christmas pudding is my treat
    @carole_0000

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  72. Day 3 - a pair of Ugg boots for my daughter
    @carole_0000

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  73. Day 1 - Making family memories :)

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  74. Day 2 - White Chocolate Xmas Tree Choccys

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  75. Day 3 - Diggers, Cars, Trains to my little boy :)

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  76. Aww this is a lovely giveaway - work life is slightly hectic at the moment so I'm only catching up on my emails (including blogs I follow) now ! Time to play catch up !

    Day 1 - I love catching up with family and having lots of time to do crafts and baking with the kids :)

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  77. Day 2 - homemade truffles and mince pies

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  78. Day 3 - I need to get a wriggle on and make some special photo gifts for my parents and sister :)

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  79. Day one. My Children coming home from University..

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  80. Day 3. My three teenage children, all the little stocking fillers I've collected for months...

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  81. Day 3 - I don't want to say on here. Some gifts should be kept secret!

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  82. I've won a holiday and am taking my niece who has never been long haul, business class to Costa Rica. I'm going to give her the Lonely Planet Guide to Costa Rica.

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  83. My husbands present of a bottle of posh gin. I don't know if he really likes gin that much but I do
    @kacky11

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  84. I'm giving hubby flying lessons!Up up and away!

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  85. We are giving our Grandson and his girlfriend some Euros for their holiday they are going on in April

    Twitter: @starwell

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  86. Day1. Now the grandchildren are at school, I love having a day with them in the school holidays to do some festive baking and make decorations

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  87. Day 2 - a glass of Kir Royale on Christmas morning while preparing the meal

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  88. Day 3 - my present to my husband, but I can't say what it is as I know he sometimes reads your blog.

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  89. day 3 - im giving my parents amazon vouchers. Ive brought a present they wanted but like to get them a surprise aswell. They can choose what they would like x

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  90. a printer for my son as he does'nt know he is getting it

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  91. A Xbox One console and a ton of games for my daughter...

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  92. A ps4 for our son as he is totally unaware

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  93. Day 3 - I've got my sister a gorgeous necklace and I know she'll love it x

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  94. I have got my BF an Otamatone he is going to love it and it will be tons of fun google them they are adorable :)

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  95. A rose gold jewellery box for my best friend, I know she will love it

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  96. Question 1: I love spending time with my family and I really like it when it snows, as it makes me feel like a child again.

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  97. Question 2: My mums homemade chocolate cake.

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  98. Day 3 question: The boots that I've got for my daughter, as she really wanted them. twitter - @10milewalk

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  99. Day 4 - going for a Christmas Eve walk to see all the houses totally festooned in Christmas lights in a local village and hearing everybody totally getting into the Christmas spirit, chatting to strangers and being generally happy :)

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  100. Day 4 - my most cherished Christmas memory is seeing Santa walking down our street on Christmas Day. At that age, I thought he was real, not just someone dressed up going to visit their grandchildren.

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  101. Day 4- I think my most cherished memory is last Christmas with my 2 little girls, they were 2 and 3 and I just felt so happy and fulfilled. I think it will be like that until they realise Santa isn't real and the magic will fade

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  102. Day 4-I remember and cherish the christmas that I got my proper girls bike-I was 8 or 9 and could only just touch the floor with my toes but I insisted on riding it down our steep road even though there was snow on the ground-luckily I survived.It was bright red and a Raleigh Ladies bike as dad wanted me to have one I could grow up with-I had some lovely rides on it too.

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  103. My most cherished Christmas memory is of my niece as a toddler mesmerised and swaying to Christmas Angel Chimes - so sweet (she's 25 now)!

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  104. day 4 - going round my parents and having all my brothers sisters nieces and nephew together.We played christmas pass the parcel in the living room.It was lovely x

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  105. Finally getting the lace making kit I asked for after 3 years

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  106. waking up and finding the neighbours had built a load of snowmen in the garden on there way back from the pub

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  107. When I was six, I received a Raleigh Chopper bike and I loved it... But the main reason that was the best Christmas was because it was the last with my Dad as he died in an accident the following year...

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  109. Day 4:

    I think that would be our 'Amiga' Christmas. We bought a huge retro gaming package with an Amiga console, lots of accessories and an enormous box packed full of games. We had such a fabulous Christmas playing games we'd love, as well as some newer ones. That was my all time best ever Christmas :)
    @Blulu25

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  110. Day 4 - a white Christmas back in the 1960s when my gran took me for a walk on a frozen lake (nobody thought it was dangerous then) while my Mum cooked the Christmas Dinner, and we came in cold, happy and hungry to find a wonderful meal waiting for us.
    Jane

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  111. Day 4 - When I was younger I got this big Barbie Dream House and I was so happy :)

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  112. day 2 - my favourite treat is mince pies

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  113. day 3 - i'm looking forward to giving my mum a movie hamper i've put together

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  114. day 4 - my most treasured christmas memory is when the whole family turned up at my grandparents' house

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  115. day 5 - my favourite song is deck the halls

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  116. Day 4 - I'm looking forward to giving my son his robo fish - he'all be so excited!

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  117. Day 5: My favourite Christmas song is Silent Night

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  118. Day 5 Favourite Christmas song is Mariah Careys "All I want for Christmas is You"

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  119. Day 3 -I most anticipate giving my sister her surprise present as she will not be expecting it.

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  120. Day 5 - Lots of songs and carols I like. I don't have a special favourite. If forced to choose, perhaps Do They Even Know its Christmastime?

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  121. What a lovely giveaway.
    Day one Being with family

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  122. Day 2: A hard one, Probably christmas cake

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  123. Day 3 looking forward to giving my son his present (a secret but something he really wants)

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  124. Day four: My grandparents coming for christmas

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  125. Day five: oh come oh come emmanuel, its really haunting

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  126. Merry Christmas Everybody by Slade, who can resist screaming along with Noddy!

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  127. Fave song is when a child is born and my fave carol is Oh come all ye faithfull

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  128. Away in a manger

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  129. Fairytale of New York @CHallenger298

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  130. Day 5 - Three Kings From Persian Lands Afar

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  131. Question 5 - Carol of the Bells :)
    @Blulu25

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  132. day 5 all i want for christmas is youuuuuuuu x

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  133. Day 1 - i love my kids being off school so we can spend time together as at weekends i work when they off

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  134. Day 2 - My favourite christmas treat is christmas pudding yummy

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  135. Day 3 - a coffee maker to my son he has just moved into his own place for the 1st time

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  136. Day 4 - Going to my grandparents on boxing day with the whole family there although that was later changed to 27th Dec after we turned up at 1am

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  137. Day 5 - My fav song has to be when Santa got stuck up the chimney it still makes me laugh

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  138. day 6 - i quite like them, they are something easy to put on plus are warm in this cold weather

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  139. Day 1- I love the crisp clear mornings and Xmas!!!

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  140. Day 2- my favourite Xmas treat is dark chocolate covered marzipan, stollen bites and Baileys- OK that's 3 but too difficult to choose!

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  141. Day 3- I bought my husband a record player and some vinyl records, and I am so excited for him to open them

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  142. Day 5 - 'Driving home for Christmas'

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  143. Day 4- the time we used Santas footprints when the children were small and we had a large open fireplace so it worked brilliantly

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  144. Day 6 - I love Christmas jumpers. My favourite is a cardigan that I knitted last year with reindeer on.

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  145. Day 6- I love Xmas jumpers but I have never had one

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  146. i love family games - and not having to be somewhere at a set time - no work, no school, no clubs - its great !

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  147. I detest Christmas jumpers and have never had one - nor do I intend to! Just when you think you've seen the worst one - an even more awful one comes along. Only one thing more awful - Christmas earrings! Bah Humbug!

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  148. Day 6 -I have never had a Christmas jumper. I may buy one this year.

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  149. I bought my fist Christmas jumper with a reindeer last year and this year I have bought one with sequinned christmas puddings.

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  150. Day 6 -I LOVE christmas jumpers and think my best is the one I had that looked like a christmas pudding.

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  151. Day 6 - I've never had a Christmas jumper but I think they are fun and as the grandchildren will be here on Christmas Day this year I'm thinking of getting one
    Jane

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  152. love them my rudolph lost his red nose on my jumper so now its green

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  153. I don't mind them but I wish they were mainly made with wool material as acrylic ones seem to generate a lot of static :)

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  154. Question 6: Christmas jumpers
    I love 'em. But I've hardly ever worn them. My fave one is the one I bought and wore last year. It has twinkly lights on it that operate when it's moved. I haven't got it down from the loft yet. Hope the battery still works :D
    @Bulu25

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  155. day6 i dont mind them but i wouldnt wear one x

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  156. Day 6 - I have never had a christmas jumper but my son has a great 1 with rudolph on and little bells that rattle when he moves

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  157. Hate them and have never had one

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  158. I love them I can't wait till wear your christmas jumper to work day - This year mines coming from Asda!

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  159. Day 7 - Miracle on 34th Street

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  160. Day 6 - I love them! As long as they're not too cheesy. My favourite was a reindeer one I had as a kid

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  161. Question 1: What do you love most about winter holidays? Being able to spend time with my nearest and dearest

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  162. Question 2: What is your favourite Christmas treat? Homemade Xmas Cake

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  163. Day 3 question: What gift do you most anticipate to give for Christmas, and who's your lucky recipient? I'm giving a lovely Yankee candle set to my mam

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  164. Question 4: What is your most cherished Christmas memory? My dad doing a treasure hunt for us to find one of our presents on Xmas day

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  165. Question 5: What is your favourite Christmas song/carol? Silent night

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  166. Question 6: Christmas jumpers - do you love or loathe them? What was your best (worst) Christmas jumper ever? I love them but I only got my first one last year, my fave is the one I've got for this year with a Stag on it

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  167. Question 7: What is your favourite Christmas film? Scrooged

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  168. Day 7 - My favourite christmas film is The Santa Claus love Tim Allen

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  169. Day 1 : Going to Switzerland for Christmas to spend time with family

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  170. Day 2 : My sisters traditional christmas cookies, she always bakes lots o different ones and they are all delicious

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  171. Day 3 : There is not a particular gift I just love giving m daughters their Christmas presents

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  172. Day 4 : The Christmas when I was about 7 I asked for a pair of skis or a chocolate bar and I got both

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  173. Day 6 : I'm not so keen on them and have never owned one

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  174. Day 7 : I always watch While you were sleeping a christmas time and know most of the words by now

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  175. day 7 - i love elf as it makes me laugh x

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  176. national lampoons xmas vacation

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  177. I don't really watch films but each year I make an exception for The Muppet Christmas Carol

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  178. Miracle on 34th street

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  179. Day 7: It's a Wonderful Life, because it's a wonderful film :)
    @Blulu25

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  180. The Nightmare Before Christmas :)

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  181. Day 6 - I don't really like Christmas jumpers, never had one

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  182. Day 7 - My favourite film has to be Elf, it's hilarious! :)

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