Giveaway – Pictures on Gold Photo Locket

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Hosted By: Love, Mrs. Mommy

Winner Will Receive:

A Beautiful Sterling Silver “Forever In My Heart” Photo Locket from worth $135+!


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Just use “PC valentine10” at checkout on!


Product Info:
Lockets all come with clear protective coverings for the photo on the inside.
You can add hair to your locket by removing the plastic inserts then inserting them back.
Your locket can have a picture permanently lasered inside or a photo print that fits perfectly. Alternatively you can also add your own photo prints at home.
You can engrave your locket with a personalized message engraving, initial or even monogram
Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Engraved Design is on the front of the locket
Can hold up to 2 Photos
Heart shape locket
You can choose which chain to add to your order when checking out
All of our sterling silver lockets are Nickel FreeThis would make a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for her!

Open To US and must be 18+ to enter
Giveaway Dates ~ 1/27 9:00 AM EST through 2/14 11:59PM EST
Good Luck!!

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Giveaway – Zoku Stay Hydrated & More

Zoku Stay Hydrated & More Giveaway (1 Winner ~ $90 TRV) Ends 2/17 @ZokuHQ @SMGurusNetwork

Welcome to The Zoku Stay Hydrated & More Giveaway ($90 TRV)!

1 Winner

This giveaway is part of our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide – Stop by to see all the giveaways and great products.

Host is Deliciously Savvy

My co-hosts for this giveaway are Michigan Saving and More, My Silly Little Gang, Sweet Southern Savings, & Amy & Aron’s Real Life Reviews

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1 Lucky Winner will receive the items below from Zoku with a TRV of $90 (Winners Can Choose Style/Colors Of Bottles):
18oz Stainless Steel Midnight Floral Bottle

18oz Stainless Steel Ombre Bottle

Zoku Dino Pops Mold

See the reviews HERE & HERE.

We love pretty water bottles in our house, so I’m excited about this awesome giveaway where you can win cute stainless steel water bottles. These stay cold for hours, so you can enjoy your water, juice or other drinks all day. And, you’ll also get a pop cold so you and the kids can make popsicles this summer. They will love that!

This giveaway/sweepstakes is in no way endorsed, affiliated, or associated with Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Media Networking Site. This Giveaway is valid to United States residents only, Entrants must be 18+ years of age to enter. This giveaway event will end at 11:59 PM (EST) 2/14/19. The winner will have 48 hours to email their information back to mcushing7 at hotmail dot com or a new winner will be drawn, you may want to put this email address as safe as it could go to spam. The giveaway is not valid where prohibited! By entering you are authorizing us to collect the information on the form below, this information is used only to contact the winner! No purchase necessary, Void where prohibited by law, and the number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Winners are chosen randomly by the Giveaway Tools program. The sponsors are each responsible for shipping of the above prizes. No blog associated with this contest are responsible for prize fulfillment. If you would like to be a sponsor in a giveaway like this please email Melissa Cushing at mcushing7 (at)hotmail(dot) com. If you take an entry you must stay following for the entire contest or you will be disqualified.

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Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Lucy Turns 5!

Oh, how I love to plan my daughter’s birthday parties, and this year was no different. Since Lucy, along with pretty much other young girl, is obsessed with Frozen, it was pretty obvious what the theme of her party was going to be. And, boy, did I have fun with it!

This year, I went all out with the decor. A friend of a friend makes party props, so we had an ice castle and a large blue castle, along with Olaf and some snowflakes, for the kids to pose with for pictures! Everyone just loved the decor which, of course, made me SO happy!





After everyone arrived, we chit-chatted and ate. I had prepared Frozen-themed foods – Kristoff’s Ice Blocks (blue Jell-O), Elsa’s Snowflakes (snowflake cookies courtesy of my MIL), Sven’s Noses (baby carrots), Olaf’s Arms (pretzel sticks), Anna’s Snowballs (popcorn balls) and Hans’ Frozen Hearts (white chocolate covered pretzels). The food was crazy popular, and we didn’t have any left!




And, of course, there was CAKE!


By the time everyone had finished eating, the guest of honor arrived. Since Princess Belle came to her party last year, she was hoping that Elsa would come this year, and we didn’t disappoint! Seeing her face when she saw Elsa walk into the cafe brought tears to my eyes!



Elsa was pretty much mobbed by little girls the entire time she was there, and I could tell she loved every second of it. I loved seeing the girls (and boys) so excited! In between visiting with Elsa, we had a craft set up, and all the kids go to make an Olaf Snowstorm in a Bottle! It was super easy, and the kids all seemed to have a blast with it!


Toward the end of the party, a friend of ours arrived to do face painting! The kids were SO excited! She did some fantastic Frozen-themed paintings on their faces. My favorites were the Elsa swirls and Sven faces!




We had so much fun celebrating our little girl and making her dreams come true! Now, it’s time to start planning her 6th birthday party (and, yes, she already knows what she wants)!

And, We Begin Again

family hanukkah

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Live has been crazy busy with my freelance and virtual assistant work, and raising a crazy 5-year-old! I feel like it’s been so long since I’ve posted that I don’t even know where to begin!

Lucy has started “real” school at my church’s elementary school. She’s in Pre-K and doing fantastic. In fact, while she can’t skip a grade at this point, her teacher has moved her up to doing work with the Kindergarten students, and next year she’ll be spending half of her day in the 1st/2nd grade classroom doing work with the 1st graders. We’re  beyond proud of her!

At the school’s recent Variety Show, Lucy and her friend sang “Let it Go” from Frozen, and no one could hold a candle to their performance. And by that, I mean Lucy’s performance because she pretty much took over the microphone. I felt bad for her friend. The girls got the most applause of anyone, and the principal said he gave them a standing ovation. Lucy has no fear, and I’m so envious of that. I hope that continues.

Christmas break is finishing up, and Lucy returns to school tomorrow. We’re all pretty excited about that. I’ve loved having her home, but it’s hard to get work done with her here all day, and she’s really been missing her friends, so we’re all ready to get back to our normal routines.


Sing for Hope is Going to Change the World

Art has long been considered an outlet for emotions of all kinds, both positive and negative. The effects it has on stress reduction and overall wellness are thoroughly documented. Many people have engaged in the arts to improve their own lives and to put emotions they don’t know how to express into a creative form. However, never before has it been used in an effort to reach out and heal – until now.

Sing for Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to allowing people to explore their creative side, no matter the conditions they live in. Working with underprivileged children, elderly adults, and other groups that are not normally considered artistic, the organization aims to make the world a better place one painting, song, and story at a time.

They invite anyone with a talent and passion for helping others to join them and volunteer. There never seem to be enough people to meet the ever growing need – and the need is definitely growing. Once one person discovers the effect art has on their life, they tell their friends and family, inviting them to join. The love of art and creativity grows from there. However, as more and more people try to get involved, it becomes harder to find enough members to support them all.

The United States has always suffered from an under appreciation of the arts, making them tough to access for everyone. Sing for Hope aims to change this. If you’re interested, do some research and find out how you can help in your community. Even a single person can make a difference if they’re dedicated enough. Don’t feel like you’re unable to change anything because you’re all alone – even an avalanche starts as just a single snowflake.

Click here to find out how to volunteer and to learn more about the group’s work. Can you imagine a world where everyone was free to express themselves through whatever creative outlet they could imagine? Crime rates would go down. Murder and violence would no longer exist. Depression rates would plummet. The world would be a much better place if everyone had a voice. It’s not an impossible dream; numerous groups all over the world are already working towards that reality, one person at a time. Now is your chance to help out, too.


Boy, my plan to start blogging here again regularly sure fell through, didn’t it? I have had such a hard time lately balancing work and being a mom lately that this blog has fallen by the wayside. With work, driving Lucy to and from school every day, and spending half the day out for ballet on Mondays, I feel like I have no time!

We’ve been doing well. Lucy is loving school, and we’re excited to move her to our church’s school next year when she will start going to school for the entire day. That will be an adjustment, but it will make life easier since I won’t have to go get her only 3 hours after dropping her off.

I’ve been trying to get back into couponing, and I’ve already got almost all of my Christmas gifts bought for this year. Yay! I’m already starting to think about Father’s Day because Joe is so hard to buy for. I always end up getting him an Amazon gift card, which he loves, but it would be nice to do something different. This year, I’m thinking about looking for a G-shock watch deal for him. He needs a new watch, and these look really nice. 🙂 Surely, I can find a good deal, right??

Hopefully, I’ll be back blogging on a regular basis soon!