Holiday Giveaway #3

Every day this week (before Christmas) I’m giving away something. Today I’ve got a gift that I hope will warm up your winter days.


Photo credit Tim Mossholder

Yesterday I started a book giveaway (that sadly I think only went active at midnight today).  SORRY!  I messed up my midnights.  That’s okay.  That still gives you plenty of time to enter before I pick random winners next week.  BUT yesterday’s giveaway was only for US residents.  Today’s giveaway is open to anyone because it’s just from me.


And today’s giveaway should come as no surprise really, given the name of my blog.  If you know me, you know I’m obsessed with tea.  Yes, I’m giving some away, but … it’s not just any tea.  There’s a theme to this week (if you haven’t caught on yet).  It’s ALASKAN tea. And a cute Alaskan holiday mug.  (See the pic below.)


Yes, that really is what it looks like outside right now.  We’ve had a TON of snow lately.  Just over the last few days even!  How much?  Let’s put this into perspective for you, shall we?  Look at the view from my kitchen window!


You can see how high the pile of snow is on the outdoor table (after it has settled).  And if you look to the left, you can see how high the snow is from the absence of snow on the side of the house!  This is early winter yet.  We’ve already got walls of snow pathways going on.  This is NOT what we usually deal with here in Alaska, but we sure are staying cozy and warm inside!

And I want to share some of that warmth, some of our Alaskan grown goodness, with you.  Just enter the rafflecopter here.  Good luck!


7 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaway #3

  1. We didn’t get the quantity you did, but we got some lovely new stuff, and the forecast here is for 8 inches today, I think. We don’t have to go anywhere until next week, so bring it! It’s beautiful!

    I placed a new tea order just yesterday. Ha! It’s that time of year.

  2. What is it about tea that makes everything better? I must confess, I’ve never had raspberry tea. Happy Holidays and steaming cups of tea!
    Sheri in Pennsylvania (We had a foot of snow this week–unusual for us too.)

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