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Mrs. Fields Mother's Day Giveaway

"We are born of love, love is our mother...."   That sums up in a nutshell why Mother's Day is such a special day.  I know that as every year passes, I am more grateful for my mother.  And unfortunately she isn't around these day for me to let her know.  I'm glad that while she was alive, I did some pretty great things for her on Mother's Day.  I feel like she knew how much I loved and appreciated her. 
  This year A GAL excited to partner up with Mrs. Fields Cookies, along Vanessa from 2 Dorks In Love  and offer up the wonderful possibility of giving your mother a gift package full of those wonderful cookies, whose delightful aromas have been wafting through kitchens for over 35 years!
We are reviewing and also giving away The Mother's Day Delights Sampler, a delectable and veritable smorgasbord of the most delicious cookies you could ever imagine all in one place!    The package arrives with 36 assorted Nibblers® bite-sized cookies, 18 brownie bites, 4 hand-frosted cookies, 2.5 oz. vanilla taffy and 2.5 oz strawberry taffy and a "Happy Mother's Day" gift tag.
The cookies come individually wrapped so they maintain maximum freshness. Hint: Put them in the microwave for a few seconds and they taste like fresh home-baked cookies!
   "I received this box and within 1 day everything was gone. I ate quite a few of the cookies so definitely had my share, but I had family over so everyone got to try the cookies and treats. It was definitely a hit! We loved all of them, although the brownies would have been better if they were heated, but they went too quickly even for that! The favorites were the hand-frosted sugar cookies! They were delicious! Thanks so much for the wonderful Mother's Day gift! It made my day!"  Helena, A GAL NEEDS... 
Here is a quick video of my reaction to Mrs. Fields Cookies!

There are so many other options for special gifts for your mom at Mrs. Fields.  Whether you want to go low-key or take out all the stops!  You can call for personalized assistance at 1-800-cookies.  Also, some great news!  Mrs. Fields Nibblers will be available in Grocery Stores this spring!  You can read all about it on Mrs. Fields Secrets, their great blog full of recipes, giveaways, crafts and more! --And right now you can get 20% off any Mrs. Fields purchase by using the following code through May 15th, 2014. Use this code at check-out: 14EBB 
  Now lets get to our giveaway!  1 winner will receive the Mother's Day Delights Sampler, ARV $49.99 + shipping.  Thank you to the participating blogs and to Mrs. Fields for making this giveaway possible!  Praises of a Wife and Mommy is not responsible for prize fulfillment! 
UPDATE:  This Giveaway ends on May 9th, 2014 not May 3rd as stated above.
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Praises of a Wife and Mommy is not responsible for prize shipment and is only helping promote this giveaway.   I have had Mrs. Fields cookies before and of course I enjoyed them!   This will make a wonderful Mother's Day present so make sure you enter to give as a gift or enjoy yourself if you are trying to make your Day extra special.  :)  


Maria K said…
When my kids were small, I think about 2 & 6, we worked together and made necklaces for my grandmother for Mother's Day. It was special to me to see Grandma Great's face when the boys presented her with the gifts.
Emi said…
Last year we took my mother to a local park that has a small zoo attached to it. It is where she used to take me as a child and we saw a very old turtle that we had donated to the zoo there. We donated the turtle about 25 years ago.
Marti Tabora said…
Last year my son was finally at a point where he could afford to buy me a gift, so he gave me a really nice grill.
Darlene said…
My son entered his essay into a mother days contest and won me a crystal bell.
ide2678 said…
I think my 1st Mother's day was the most memorable! Last year my 4 little ones gave me charms for my Pandora bracelet that they started two years ago.
Unknown said…
Last mother's day was my first Mother's Day as a mom and it was great because I just had my little guy and one of my best friends came to visit!
Unknown said…
Of course my first mother's day was very special to me, but I'm very excited about this upcoming Mother's Day. My daughter is almost three now, so she has a better understanding of what Mother's Day is and she keeps talking about picking me flowers for Mother's Day. It makes my hear melt!
Wehaf said…
Last mother's day I wrote letters to my friends who are moms, telling them how much I admired their parenting.
corey1971 said…
The best mother day was when we Christened one of our childern on Mother's Day (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)
A GAL NEEDS... said…
I love reading all of the fun things that happen to moms on their special day. Thanks so much!

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