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Welcome to Day 6 of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways for 2018!

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This giveaway is for the contemporary romances, Rancher for the Holidays by Myra Johnson and The Rancher’s Secret Child by Brenda Minton.

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A holiday tradition that we have is selecting a new ornament every year to go on our Christmas tree. I love decorating our tree every year because these ornaments have so many stories to go along with them.

Do you have a favorite ornament?


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is your favorite ornament? Or something else of sentimental value that has a story to it?

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24 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2018 – Day 6

  1. My Wedding Ornament from Our Honeymoon at Disney
    (I guess its Our Ornament LOL)

  2. I don’t have one favorite one but the ones I enjoy the most are the ones that our children made or we bought as remembrances of trips that we made. Last year one of my grandkids made a Lego sewing machine and gave it to me for a birthday gift. So it proudly hangs on my tree this year!

  3. Our first Christmas my husband and i bought these tiny knit stockings. they are the first ornament on the tree that my husband and I put up. The kids got to see that dad and i had a special ornament that went on the tree first so they waited until we put them up. Now our son and his wife have the same tradition. Merry Christmas with lots of love and laughter

  4. I was given my grandmotherโ€™s diamond. It is not in the original setting but it has a special story. My grandparents were missionaries in China. When grandpa wanted a ring , he sent $25 to Tiffanyโ€™s in New York. They threw in the setting! That was right around the turn of the last century. My mother, a twin, was the youngest of four. She was born in 1917. She passed away last February at 101. She wrote her memoirs and published them at 99 years old. My sister who has her own marketing agency helped a whole lot as did my son, who is also in marketing. He formated it for ebook. They used photos that my grandfather took. He was not only a missionary but a fantastic photographer.

  5. I have four stockings we hang every year that my grandmother crocheted before she passed. As family members have been added Iโ€™ve crocheted theirs but the ones my grandmother made are extra special.

    1. I love that Gail. My grandmother knitted a stocking for me and I still have it. Thanks for sharing that with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. A few years ago we took all our children and grandchildren on The Polar Express, a train a couple of hours away from us that turns itself into the Polar Express for the month of December. Santa visited and we got cookies and hot chocolate. It was such fun. I got an ornament of The Polar Express, and it’s such a fun memento from our trip. We need to do it again for all the grandchildren who haven’t been on it.

  7. I like angel ornaments, dog, Hallmark, and ornaments that celebrate the real reason for Christmas: Jesus.

  8. Many of my ornaments have special memories. I have a couple of metal bells from my childhood which are at least 65 years old. Another favorite is a ceramic ornament with a photo of my daughter. It’s more than 45 years old.

  9. My favorite ornament is one my mom made. Thank you for the chance. Merry Christmas!

  10. My favorite ornament for many years was the Bible made out of a tiny matchbox and paint that I made when I was very young and in Awana, and it still is one of my favorites. However, a few years ago, a little while before she died, my great grandma gave me a Christmas present. When I opened the wrapping paper I found a Polident box with a note on top in her handwriting “Just what you’ve always wanted, denture adhesive.” That was my great grandma, she had a wicked sense of humor and a poker face that sometimes left you wondering if she was joking…or not…Oh, what was actually in the box? I beautiful crocheted bell ornament that she had made for me.

    1. What a great story Jasmine. I love your grandmother’s sense of humor. Thanks so much for sharing that with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. My favorite ornament is the Santa head that my dad carved and painted himself. I never knew he had this talent until he gave me the ornament. It’s amazing that even after growing up with him, I still am learning more about him.

    1. That is so great Danielle. Isn’t it wonderful that people have so many layers to them? Thanks for sharing that with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

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