Lego Thanksgiving Harvest Set Giveaway

Lego Thanksgiving Harvest Giveaway Wifetime of Happiness

I haven’t been as active as I’d like to on my blog this year.  While trying not sound like I’m making excuses, a lot.. and I mean an unacceptable amount of, I guess you could call them slight emergenices kept taking over my life.  Anyway, as things calm down (knock.on.wood) and we head into the new season, I am already getting excited!! 

Hey, don’t give me grief about it.  I believe if something excites you, celebrate it (Seriously.  I may have a blog post touching on that subject, coming up).  Fall excites me, Thanksgiving excites me and you know what else kind of excites me?…My childhood and all nostalgia.
little leaves wifetime of happinessAnyway, I was going to do a giveaway for something “couple” related (you know, being “wifetime” and all) Perhaps even wait until the Christmas season.  However, today while browsing online I came across a cute array of Thanksgiving Themed Lego Sets. 

Who in the World doesn’t love Lego?  To this day I get excited for little Lego sets.  And truth be told, my hubby and I do have a few 🙂 We even used to use handheld vacuum cleaners (which can be found at to clean our completed sets to keep them presentable!  But of course, I was overly joyed (joyed? ha) to see a Thanksiving set. Okay look, I don’t have kids, or even have friends with kids. So if this has been around for years, please forgive my ignorance on the subject lol.

Alright, so here’s what one lucky lady or fella is going to win…and believe me when I say, I’m excited for you! Haha

lego thanksgiving theme set

There isn’t much to this giveaway.  It is indeed hosted by myself and not sponsored.  I just felt a little wave of wanting to say thank you to my readers, the people who help support my blog (even when nothing exciting is happening) and even to friends anew who may find something to enjoy on the Wifetime of Happiness blog.

Oh here’s one more exciting piece of info.. I’ve given you many options for entering.  You can do them all, or do a few; the choice is yours.  BUT…Guess what Twitter folk?  You can tweet 3x a day.  That’s right.  So mosey on back here every 4 hours and tweet again for those extra entries – Yahooo!  

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Have fun and Good luck!!

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  1. Beth C says:

    While I love preparing holiday meals for my hubby & five sons, I never fullly appreciated how much work my Mom did to make special meals extra special until she passed & I had to continue the tradition for my own family. Three of my five boys are die-hard lego-maniacs!  This is a cute set!!!

  2. Kate Newton says:

    I have three boys all under 9 years-old, so I think there would be some fighting over this Lego set. We love Legos in our house! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  3. Robin Jenkins says:

    my son 10 and my daughter 7. we enjoy spending our Saturday mornings building legos and cooking brunch together. we have 3 sets we try to change, this would be a great addition.

  4. Renee Rose says:

    I would love to win for my son who is 8. He just got into legos a few weeks ago with a friend and I would love to win this for him. The sets are kind of expensive for us to afford right now so winning would be awesome. Thank you for the opportunity. Good luck to everyone.

  5. Kassie Brown says:

    My husband is in the military and this will be the first Thanksgiving with just us and our two girls.  I'm excited to make new traditions and memories. 

  6. Pam Flynn says:

    My very first Thanksgiving as a new wife & stepmom to 3 boys was my most wonderful memory. My Grandmother, Mom & Dad were there to enjoy all the cooking & added their fond memories and stories to our feast. Great memories were made that day. Now, though all but one stepson is still here, my parents & grandparents are gone, our Thanksgiving is spent with my daughter, granddaughter, & stepson will be making memories with her Thanksgiving's. 

  7. Pam Flynn says:

    I would gift this to my beautiful 7 yr old granddaughter. She has a great imagination & would probably write a story about her Lego Thanksgving. 

  8. Jill Rivera says:

    I have two little ones that would like to have this goes.  My two grandchildren are the ones that would be receiving this legos set.  

  9. Dave L says:

    I would give this to my middle nephew. He should have been named Zak because he's a Lego maniac! Thank you for the chance to win.

  10. Robyn A says:

    I would give this to my son. We also use the holiday theme lego sets as decorations, it's great to see what he built year after year.

  11. Lisa says:

    I would give this Lego set to some young family members. It would be a nice surprise for them. It's something they could use every year at Thansksgiving, too.

  12. MeMe R says:

    The Thanksgiving memory that sticks out to me is my first with mt husband. Since his birthday is so close to Thanksgiving and Christmas, we had 3 turkeys in a very short span and all the fixings. We didn't have money for any gifts but we enjoyed the food and the memories. We try to recreated that each year. We have had a hard few years because I am terminally ill and cannot do the cooking so much but we try to do low key celebrations and hold on to our memories and the time we have left.

  13. MeMe R says:

    No but there is a special big one that I want this for. These are not just for kids. My husband has a huge collection of legos and I add to them each time I can.He keeps them in his home office and they are a big part of his personality. They go with his star wars collection.

  14. P. Wallace says:

    The most memorable part of all of my Thanksgivings is after dinner when everyone passes out in the living room from over indulging!  I love the family gathered together and sleeping peacefully!

  15. Kelly Skibbe says:

    I would give it to my daughters to fight over….I mean share 🙂 They love lego building sets. It keeps them occupied for hours.

  16. Cynthia Smith says:

    Playing with lego's was always my favorite as a kid, set towns up on the stairway and our imaginations were so active then, we all had a blast, on those snowy winter days at christmas, in Michigan. Now my grandkids and I play on their steps haha!

  17. Karen Propes says:

    I would give it to my Grandkids, so we could play with it together. My birthday is on Thanksgiving when it's on a Thursday and I always tell the story of Thanksgiving when I come over.  They have taken on my love for the holiday..

  18. sylvia says:

    my favorite thanksgiving memory is when I had moved across the country away from my family; I couldn't get home to celebrate so some new friends and I decided to have our own potluck style thanksgiving.  one of the best I'd ever had!

  19. Charity Cram says:

    I would keep it with the rest of my LEGOs for when my sister and her kids come to visit. Thank you for the chance to win! We love LEGOs!


  20. Laurajj says:

    Our Thanksgiving memory was when my niece was born 3 months early the day before Thanksgiving.  We spent the day at the hospital…she was so tiny and precious.  Today she is a healthy 9 year old!  We were blessed that Thanksgiving!

  21. Dana says:

    I love Thanksgiving and every year it's a special occasion. One of my best memories is that one thanksgiving it was the last time I saw my grandfather as he died a few weeks later.

  22. Ann Fantom says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving memory is going to my grandmother's house and all my aunts, uncles and cousins were there along with my great grandparents.

    This was a long time ago!

  23. Irene Lirette says:

    Yes there is a special one. My Mother passed away in January 2015. So that Thanksgiving My boyfriend and I and his Mom went to my Dads to spend Thankgiving with him. I did all the cooking. I wanted my Dad to enjoy his self and not have to worry about anything.  He loved it, the food, the company. At age 53 that was my first time I cook a whole Thanksgiving meal and dessert by my self! 🙂 

    • Mrs White says:

      I'm sorry to hear about your mom.  I do love that you got the family together still and the whole dinner!  Thanksgiving feasts can be exhausting to put together…Congrats for doing it all and your first time! 🙂

  24. Irene Lirette says:

    Id keep it! lol It's cute and would make cute decorations! As long as my brother does not see it..he collects Lego's! 

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