My Family

My Family

Monday, 4 May 2020

#Win a Cadbury Treasure Box

Win a Cadbury Treasure Box



Happy May Everyone, I hope You're all well?

It's been a strange few weeks for all of us recently so I thought I'd run another chocolate giveaway to brighten someone's day. We all need a little treat every now and then, don't we.

This month's prize is a delicious Cadbury Treasure Box full of lovely chocolatey treats. There's lots of chocolate to share with everyone in your household or if you're alone, that's more for you. It's completely up to you what you do with it as long as it makes you happy!

To WIN - Simply use the Rafflecopter Form below to complete as many or as few of the entry options as you like. It's completely up to you how many you do but remember, the more entries you do, the more chances you have to win. 1 lucky winner will be chosen at random after it closes on Sunday 31st May  - Open to the UK Only - Good Luck xox

This is not a sponsored Giveaway - The Prize is paid for by myself.


Terms and Conditions: One winner will be drawn at random using the Rafflecopter App. 
This Giveaway is only open to the UK. The giveaways ends on Sunday May 31st x

88 comments:

  1. Spending more quality time with my fiance and planning for our wedding whether it be the date we planned or in the future

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  2. Seeing all the rainbows in people's windows and clapping for the carers on a Thursday evening at 8pm!

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  3. Shelley White4 May 2020 at 04:29

    . I have been learning to crochet. Finding it quite tricky!

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  4. Regular video chats with my grandchildren

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  5. Playing board games with my family

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  6. The Video calls with our little Grandson make us happy, it seems soooo long since we were actually with him.

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  7. catching up on tv programmes

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  8. Having more time to read my book :)

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  9. I've very nearly finished the first year of my masters degree with no dramas!

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  10. Awesome giveaway 🤩 Thank of chance and good luck everybody 🙏

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  11. Spending more quality time with my family.

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  12. What is making me happy at the moment is getting outside into my garden every day and enjoying some sunshine. Thanks for the chance to win, my children would love these chocolates.

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  13. ashleigh allan4 May 2020 at 23:49

    My children!

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  14. Margaret Clarkson
    Watching the birds in my darden

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  15. I'm watching bird wecams on YouTube, seeing the birds lay their eggs is lovely.

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  16. I'm happy that I'm with my family and we are safe. I'm also loving listening to music.

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  17. The sunshine and walking my dog x

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  18. My toddler makes me happy :) I'm so glad I have him through this lockdown as he makes me smile all the time

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  19. Video calls with my 2 granddaughters. Really missing them and missed my granddaughter's 3rd birthday yesterday. But watched her on video call opening some of her presents and my daughter sent me a few photos

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  20. Video calls with my daughter and her baby. I had only seen my new Granddaughter a few times before lock down, so it is lovely to see them both. Babies change so much in the first few months, so it is wonderful to be able to share it, even if it is via video.

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  21. Talking to my family on FaceTime has made me happy, I really miss them.

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  22. I have been taking lots of walks and enjoying the nature around me

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  23. Teaching my 87 years old dad how to use the internet

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  24. I'm moving flat with my boyfriend, it will be the first time we are not sharing with anyone so I'm really looking forward to having our own space.

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  25. The sunshine has been cheering me up and making me smile recently x

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  26. reading in the sun has been a joy lately!

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  27. My boyfriend has definitely been making me happy!

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  28. I have been learning how to improve my photography skills, missing my family made me take capturing memories to look back on is worth their weight in gold

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  29. Lots of baking I’ve learnt lots of new recipes

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  30. I've been spending loads of time catching up on sewing projects

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  31. Going to work in a school twice a week. Seriously -I need this break from my child!

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  32. VE75 celebrations today with my neighbours

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  33. Nicola sadler9 May 2020 at 01:59

    Watching my son splash around in his paddling pool even though he's a bit too big for it!

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  34. My Niece and Nephew came to the top of the drive yesterday with my sister, it was so amazing to see them!

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  35. Being able to do all those time consuming jobs that you've never got around to, like completely organising the garage! It looks great now!

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  36. Just having the chance to unwind for a bit. And not feeling guilty that I'm sitting down to read for hours on end 👍

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  37. Spending more time with my daughters and dogs.

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  38. Spending quality time with my daughter

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  39. I'm loving not having to play playground politics on the school run!

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  40. My Granddaughter, i speak to her on skype most nights and she puts such a smile on my face as she is a happy little girl

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  41. spending time with the family in the garden, as they are all working from home, so we are having much more time together

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  42. Spotting all the wildlife in the garden and on my daily walks

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  43. Outdoors for exercise :- Fed the birds, and a little chaffinch (I believe) flew onto nearby branch of tree. Watching me for a little time, whilst other birds in the background chirped. Delighful!

    Rachel Craig

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  44. Sian Buckingham11 May 2020 at 14:55

    Although they have also been driving me up the wall, I must say it's been lovely having all the kids home together, it's been making me very happy to see them play together!

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  45. My garden has made me happy recently, with very little else to do as I cannot go out like I usually do.

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  46. What makes me happy is seeing my foster son reading the words he was struggling with a few weeks ago - I'm obviously not as bad at this home schooling as I thought!

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  47. Alison Leonard12 May 2020 at 12:08

    Eating my birthday cake knowing in 2 weeks it's my husband's birthday and we can have another one.yum.

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  48. Watching my grandson Tucker take his first steps on facetime it's put a smile on my face all day xx

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  49. I'm enjoying crafts with the kids, we've had lots more time to try new things.

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  50. Thank you for the opportunity

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  51. Having more time to read is making me happy.

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  52. Spending time with my children and lots of family time

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  53. Well...I'm pregnant and in full on lockdown, thankfully I am able to work as an occupational therapist from home or I would feel totally useless, anyhow , I do feel abit anxious and fed up but my daily walk with my little girl makes me happy, we have found some donkeys that we have started taking carrots for....long may the dry weather last x

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  54. Walking my dog in the countryside

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  55. As well as spending more time with my family I’ve been taking part in Amazon wishlist spread kindness which has been great so far

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  56. Watching the kids persevering with things And then achieving what they have been learning

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  57. I've been loving getting to know the personality of our new puppy!

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  58. Spending more quality time with my family and dog (and not having to commute!)

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  59. Mark Fridlington20 May 2020 at 02:08

    I have joined Twitter during lockdown and find interaction with others has boosted my morale.

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  60. Mark Fridlington20 May 2020 at 02:11

    I have joined Twitter during lockdown and find interaction with others has boosted my morale.

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  61. Spending more time with family during this lockdown

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  62. Spending time with my family during this lockdown

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  63. It has to be spending time in the garden in the sunshine with my family

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  64. The weather. Just being able to sit out in my garden and enjoy the sun has done wonders for my mood.

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  65. My best friend and Goddaughter delivered a gift bag of goodies for hubby and I before the weekend. It included alcohol, a new book to read, chocolate and some yeast (I'd been complaining I couldn't get any for baking some pizza dough). They didn't tell me they were going to be dropping anything off, just dropped it on my doorstep and then text me to tell me I'd had a delivery. It was so sweet.

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  66. Spending time with my family, as my husband works away alot.
    Family time is so preciou.

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  67. I'm very very very happy that the lock down is gradually coming to an end and we can see more people.

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  68. A nice BBQ last week made me happy.

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  69. I've started doing jigsaws which I find very relaxing x

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  70. An empty washing basket, I'm on top of the washing and as everyone is at home all day we just lounging in pjs!
    Linda Ford

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  71. Spending more time with my husband and daughter

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  72. Spending lots of time with my partner and our son and reading- Geri Gregg

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  73. enjoying the sunny weather and water fun in the garden with my family :-)

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  74. Spending time with my daughter before she goes to Uni in Sept has been making me happy recently

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  75. Celebrating the loosening of lockdown with a sizzling BBQ in the warm weather – utter bliss!

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  76. reading with the children, I love books and I am always happiest reading.

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  77. The weather has been making me really happy, it's been amazing hasn't it

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  78. The sunny weather meaning we can enjoy the garden.

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  79. spending more time with my girlfriend

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  80. michelle o'neill31 May 2020 at 09:40

    long walks with my dog

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  81. Unfortunately I broke my elbow three weeks ago. Having to type with one hand, and using voice recognition, which keeps making mistakes.

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  82. Our little pussy cat fluffy has been making me smile as she’s been very cuddly lately

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  83. My new skincare routine Gua sha its given me great energy my skin feels great and I feel great

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  84. Our 4 month old grandaughter she is so funny! Saw her for the first time in 7 weeks yeasterday missed her so much!

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