I reviewed Merci Chocolates about four years ago, back in 2008 (also, whoa, I’ve been writing this blog for that long?). This year, they contacted me about running a giveaway for a free box of their chocolates for their “Share the Joy of Thank You” holiday promotion.
Merci wants people to think about what they’re thankful for this holiday season, so to enter this giveway, leave a post sharing who you’d like to give a meaningful “thank you” to this holiday season, and why.
I will randomly select one winner to receive a free box of Merci chocolates, so you’ll also get to be thankful for that! Contest closes at 11:59 PM EST on December 15th. U.S. readers only, please, and make sure to leave a valid email address in the mail field (I’ll only use them to contact the winner).
18 thoughts on “Merci Chocolate Giveaway”
I would give a meaningful thank you to my Mother because after having kids myself I have a whole new respect for her.
I’m thankful to my brother-in-law.. He has always been there for my sisters boys.. She died last year, and he has never made them feel like they couldnt come to him. he treats them like they are his.. Supports them, loves them.. Great dad that man!!
My sister, even if she was a pain in the butt when I was growing up 😀
I would thank my parents for sending me to Rome to study for the past four months. It has truly given me a different perspective on life being over here with no television or car or fast food. Now I can go back home and appreciate the small things, like eating slow meals with good conversation or finding peanut butter in the grocery store!
I would thank my family for their support and my fun coworkers for making my days enjoyable.
I would like to thank my boyfriend. He took me in when I had no place else to go and has always been a kind, supportive, positive force in my life.
I am thankful for my family. They drive me crazy most of the time, but with some health troubles over the past few years, I am grateful that they are in my life!
My friends, who have been by my side this year during my painful and unwanted divorce. I could not have made it without them.
I’d like to thank my best friend for bringing so much joy into my life.
I would like to give a meaningful thanks to a cousin who let my husband stay with her when he flew back home for a family funeral.
My son. Mostly because he always brings me back to center when I go off on a tangent. The voice of reason you really need every once and while.
I’d like to give them to my mom because she’s always been supportive of me.
I’d take it to the locker room staff of our gym. The employees work very hard all year round and hardly get any appreciation from what I’ve seen. They would deserve it!
I’d like to thank my high school music teacher. She was constantly smiling and always had time for her kids. She believed in me even when I wasn’t very good at the clarinet. I can’t thank her, though, because she passed this week due to a 7-year battle with cancer. So, I’ll thank her husband instead. He’s a music teacher, too. 🙂
I would thank my sister, who has been taking care of me for the last few years while I’ve been too sick to work. She works very hard and deserves more than a thank you/
I would thank my mom, who has given us a place to live while I battle a very tough year.
I thank my family for being supportive and loyal during this difficult time.
I would thank my parents for being the amazingly supportive and loving people, even from across the Pacific Ocean.