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Sunday, November 7, 2010

CONTEST! Tickets to see CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE at the Louisville Palace

We are giving away 2 tickets to the opening show of "CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE" on November 23rd at 7:30pm!

Read THIS post for more information about the show!

To enter the contest, do ONE of the following:  email us at LouisvilleFamilyFun@gmail.com with the answer to the questions; post a comment on this blog post with the answer to the question or post a comment on today's ALL CAPS facebook status with the answer to the question!

The question is:

What is your favorite Christmas ornament?

The contest will end Tuesday November 9th at noon and the winner will be announced on this blog!


Amber said...

We have an omish made pink ceramic booty with the year my daughter was born on it. I love that ornament, it reminds me of the joy I have being able to be a Mom!
Amber Gosnell

Lynn B said...

I love a beautiful spun glass Christmas tree given to me by a dear friend. It's been broken and repaired since I had kids, so I put it in a safe place now. Love all our special ornaments though!

Shannon said...

I have a set of wooden toy ornaments hand painted by my Dad. (Who passed away 5 years ago) The detail is amazing and they will always be very special to my family:)

traci said...

I have an old elf that I loved as a child. We had two. I always thought of them as one (the red shirt) was my sisters and the other (the white shirt) was mine. I still have the white shirted elf. I always loved to pose them on the tree limbs when I was a kid. The hat needs to be glued on again and I found some that were simalar and bought. I was always hoping my kids would get attached to them too. But, I still love this particular one.

awilburn17 said...

My son's first Christmas ornament!! I'll cherish it always.

Anonymous said...

My favorite ornament is a clear plastic ball with a coral silk rose inside of it. It has a small dove on the top of the ball. My sister-in-law made it for me from a rose in my wedding bouquet. I was re-married 5 years ago after my husband of 40 years died from Diabetes. i married a man who had lost his wife of 47 years to the same horrible disease. We spent time together in a Hospice Grief Counseling Class and cried together and prayed together and after sharing so much together regarding our spouces deaths - we decided to make a life together. I have my ornament on display all the time on my china cabinet - not just for Christmas. Our anniversary will be December 3rd and we would love to go to this fabulous Christmas show. Thank you for this great contest. Billie Fetz-Houghton merlin37111333@cs.com