Chronic Christmas Giveaway #4: Your Choice

And so, we come to the end of this year’s Advent giveaways. Throughout the year your comments, thoughts, jokes, and support means so very much to me. It has been wonderful to be able to give something back to you.

For the fourth Chronic Christmas Giveaway, the winner will enjoy two things that will hopefully make 2018 better. One will help you keep your life organized so you feel less overwhelmed. And second, often, a bit of downtime starts with a cup of something hot — the other will help you transition into the Christmas habit of hygge into a year-long way of taking care of yourself. 

The person who wins with get their choice of one of the five calendars I created for this year, as well as their choice of a Chronic Christmas mug or a Your Life with RA mug.

To enter, leave a comment on this post. Say whatever you want — are ready for the holidays? What’s your favourite Christmas cookie? What are your wishes for 2018? And if any of those seem too complicated in light of how close the holidays are, feel free to just say anything at all.

Extra entries can be acquired through sending out this tweet (one extra entry per tweet per day):

I just entered the fourth Chronic Christmas Giveaway for a choice of @TheSeatedView calendars and mugs! LINK #rheum #chronicillness

You can also get an extra entry by popping over to my Facebook page and giving it a Like (don’t forget to tell me that you were there). If you’ve already Liked my Facebook page, send me a quick message to let me know it’s your extra entry.

This giveaway closes at 6 PM on Christmas Eve, December 21 (I was very tired when I wrote this) December 23, 2017. Make sure you check back on December 26 to see if you’ve won!


Unknown said…
The gifts are wrapped (I bought all year),
The cookies are baking; decorations are near.
Drinking a cuppa; it's time for a break.
Planning the menu, and when it will bake.

The grandkids are smiling, their parents are too.
In anticipation of packages, and wonderful food.
Friends and relatives, from near and far
Seated around the tables; special gifts of our ��s

Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Judy Ray said…
Almost done shopping, cards and gifts have been sent. The tree is decorated, lights on all night.
Can't believe how quickly time has gone by....

Merry Christmas And Happy New Year!
Heather said…
It’s always good to read your latest musings Lene!
My Christmas is chaotic, as is my life. Resting now
by my the fireplace and Christmas tree, I’ve fond
memories of years past. I don’t do as well as I used
to, but then again, I was much younger then! Hope
you’re staying warm and healthy as you can be!
Thanks for keeping me “in the loop” these days
as I continue to keep things going at home!
Sending you warm thoughts this holiday season πŸ’œ

Deb said…
Still doing last minute shopping....wrapping like crazy...My kitchen is a mess with packages everywhere! It will all get done as it always does!! Merry Christmas Everyone!
Rick Phillips said…
I am a big fan of the foolproof way for me to be ready for Christmas. Yeah I am letting Sheryl do it.

Really we are done, the children's items have arrived and the big kids little gifts. I am having foot surgery on the 21st to correct a nagging issue that is likely caused by RA but is scary because of diabetes. I am looking forward to getting it done so I can get back on my bicycle this spring.
Rick Phillips said…
Oh and by the way, do not enter me in the drawing, sinceI won once, give someone else a chance Rick.
Elaine H. said…
Merry Christmas, Lene!
Hope to see you in 2018!
P.S. Dec 21???
Unknown said…
I wish for a safe happy Christmas and new year, I wish for a few pain free days to stock pile and bank for th bad days. I wish for a cure for R.A. If. It's in my lifetime, then in the lives of my nieces and nephews. I wish for understanding and people to learn the truth of my life with R.A. And to love me as I love them. And I wish for patience, because it's what I lack the most. 😊 Merry πŸŽ„ Christmas.
Unknown said…
Happy Holidays! ☃️ Favorite Christmas cookie...Haystack. Wish for 2018...Minimal pain for all those who suffer with chronic pain.
Unknown said…
I need this calendar! My wish for 2018 is to have another reprieve and not have to get my elbow replaced until 2019!
mary said…
Have a wonderful holiday season Lene! Hoping you, the boy, your family and all your readers have a healthy happy 2018.
Unknown said…
I have several things to resolve this year regarding my health. I feel like I am being held in pause by my doctors. I wish you a very Merry Christmas.

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