Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day . . . let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!   The winner of the Strawberry Fields Revisited Layer Cake and Charm Pack from  Ollie and Evie. is . . .   Number #434 . . . Congrats luckymom!!!   I have emailed you :) 
      




  
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Happy Quilting!!!  Yup, little ole me today ;)  No need to tell you about any specials here, so let's get right to the giveaway ;)  One lucky winner will be receiving their choice of 3 Happy Quilting PDF Patterns.   Since everyone loved the free pattern in December, I thought it would be fun to start giving away some more ;)  




You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  


ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment telling me what you do to cheer yourself up when you have a cold??   (I have been fighting a cold for a week now and I am running low on motivation ;)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Happy Quilting love. You can follow Happy Quilting on BloglovinEmail Updates, or RSS to get daily updates.  Or you can like Happy Quilting on InstagramFacebookPinterestTwitter or Flickr  Any one way will do . . . Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Happy Quilting Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, January 26th, when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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291 comments:

  1. When I'm feeling miserable, I watch West Wing. It's my "comfort tv".

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  2. I follow you all over the interwebz. :-)

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  3. Alcohol - whiskey, gin etc. At that point who cares is you are sick or not! No, really chicken noodle soup homemade or out of the 'red and white' can - very little water added. hope you feel better.

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  4. I follow you via email, face book. Thanks.

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  5. I curl up in front of a fire and watch movies. As much rest as I can get.

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  6. I get email updates for your blog and follow on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. Love all your feeds!

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  7. I curl up on the sofa and watch Downton Abbey!

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  8. I drink lots of tea when I have a cold and curl up on the couch with my blanket and a good book to read or watch movies.

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  9. nothing makes me happy when I have a cold cause I don't feel like doing anything. but I do watch Forensic files,Dateline,.etc

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  10. I follow you by emails and Instagram :).

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  11. I receive your emails, and follow you on Pinterest, Bloglovin, and Facebook!

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  12. I sip hot tea, get comfy with a quilt, look through quilting books/magazines, and the imdpiration comes!

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  13. Hot tea with honey and a good book ..all cozy under a soft quilt, of course!

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  14. I like to drink hot lemon & honey water (or tea) & watch a great movie (Anne of Green Gables is a great choice!) and work on an easy hand project!

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  15. I follow you on bloglovin, fb & IG

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  16. When I have a cold I like to drink hot tea with honey. Although I feel like just staying in bed, if I get up & do something I usually feel better!

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  17. I think soup, tea and rest is the only comfort when I have a cold!

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  18. Hot chocolate or fruir smoothies.

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  19. I get your Happy Quilting RSS feeds and look forward to them every day! thanks for the love!

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  20. I feel your pain! I have a cold now too. I just try to stay warm and force myself to do something. Also at night I have a small drink of honey whiskey--my mom swore by it!

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  21. Hot toddy with plenty of ginger before bedtime. Otherwise, lots of tea snuggled into your favorite chair with either a knitting or hand sewing project.

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  22. Hot toddy with plenty of ginger before bedtime. Otherwise, lots of tea snuggled into your favorite chair with either a knitting or hand sewing project.

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  23. When I'm under the weather, tea, quiet, blanket and a book are the best medicine for me.

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  24. I follow on Instagram and bloglovin

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  25. When I have a cold, I need snuggles. Whether they are from my husband, my kids, or a friendly stuffed animal, cuddling close makes me feel better. And I hope you feel better soon!

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  26. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin!

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  27. A warm bowl of soup, fuzzy socks and a good book

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  28. Naps, naps , naps, warm soup and a cozy throw

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  29. I know it sounds dumb but it really does work, sometimes old wives tales do work, and it is to have someone rub your feet in with Vick's. No fair laughing until you try it.

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  30. I follow by email.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I love to look thru quilting books when I'm not feeling well. A cup of hot tea helps too

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  32. I follow you on Feedly, Facebook and Instagram

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  33. I take a nice hot eucalyptus bath or soak in the hot tub.

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  34. I've been battling illness for the past week myself. I've given myself the gift of REST. I literally did NOTHING other than that which I HAD to do. The rest of the time, I spent reading or watching Netflix, which I never have time to do. No cooking, cleaning, etc... Just REST. After 5 days of this, I feel as though I've finally turned the corner. Hopefully the stomach virus will never return and the cold, which I came down with the following day, will not develop into sinus infection, bronchitis or pneumonia, as it normally does. Feel better!

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  35. Oh, and I like/follow you on Facebook.

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  36. I watch The Sound of Music when I'm sick. Not sure why!

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  37. When I am sick I like to watch White Christmas! Any time of the year! Thanks for the nice give away.

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  38. I look forward to that fabulous feeling of realizing I am breathing through my nose. Ahhh....the little things in life! I also try to help that process along my having some very spicy Mexican soup.

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  39. Nothing beats a big bowl of Chicken Soup and a warm quilt!
    Aamayer1@gmail.com

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  40. Looking at brightly colored fabrics always cheers me up. A cup of green tea also helps.

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  41. I get your email updates. Thanks!

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  42. I drink tea with honey and watch a movie on Netflix. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  43. Chamomile tea with honey and lemon!

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  44. When I'm sick, I love nothing more than a hot beverage and to sit and watch old movies (anything with Cary Grant especially)

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  45. I am a coffee lover, but not when I don't feel well or have a cold. Then it's some kind of decaf tea with honey and lemon. Then I sleep as much as I can. Good thing I am retired :>)

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  46. I follow Happy Quilting on Facebook.

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  47. I make tea with honey and lemon , and cuddle up at night with my favorite quilt!
    Susie Feel better soon.

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  48. I love my Happy Quilting email updates!

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  49. Chicken soup and plenty of tissues. A good book helps too!

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  50. To fight a cold, I usually drink many cups of tea with lemon & honey and, make a huge pot of chicken noodle soup, that just cheer me up. Hope you feel better soon.

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  51. I watch some classic tv shows like "I Love Lucy" to distract me.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  52. I follow Happy Quilting by newsletter.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  53. When I have a cold it's all about food happiness. Probably a good Massaman curry with rice, or veggie korma with garlic naan...and then a few good movies with my cats and a blanket. Feel better!!!

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  54. It's no fun being sick. A mom's world keeps on spinning no matter. A little sunshine & some deep breaths outdoors always helps me. If weather is also yucky looking at family photo albums is always a picker-upper.

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  55. You can't fight with a cold, it'll always win. But I rest, drink hot tea, and read. I received quilting books for Christmas and a new book by Debbie Macomber. If you fight it you'll be better in a week to ten days, but if you give in you'll be better in a week to ten days, but you'll have seen lots of inspiration.

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  56. My husband built me a beatiful sewing studio. When I have a cold, or since I am chronically ill as well and struggle often from it or treatment sickness and need to rest often, he put a pretty little sofa in there with a tv mounted on the wall complete with cable tv, and my playstation is hidden in a pretty cabinet (yes, I am a game playing grandma) my favorite books on a little table sit next to it. This is all very seperate from my sewing and crafting area, its a relaxing area. When i have a cold, i drink tea with Honey and mint, lay on my sofa with my "sicky quilt" which is extra warm, and I have a lot of options to keep me busy. I also like to lay there and knit or crochet...if I dont fall asleep listening to music on my Bose speakers my kids hooked up around my studio for my Christmas gift while my husband runs back and forth checking on me and babying me ♡. I MIGHT be spoiled by him a tad. :) I love that man.

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  57. I have been showing my Happy Quilting love by following on Bloglovin and Facebook and now also follow on Instagram and Pinterest :)

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  58. Cheer on a dreary sick day... some favorite tea steeped and kept warm. And face massages to clear and pamper my sinus :0)

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  59. Like on FaceBook and follow on Pinterest. Loving!

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  60. I buy the good orange juice, not the cheap stuff. So yummy!!!

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  61. Movie marathon or binge on a favorite TV series under a cozy quilt! Be well!

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  62. Curl up under your favorite cuddle blankie with a cup of hot tea with honey.

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  63. I watch old movies and cross stitch when I'm not feeling well.

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  65. I make myself some homemade chicken soup. Doesn't necessarily cheer me up but definitely makes me feel better. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  66. I already follow your blog with email updates and on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  67. I follow you on Pinterest. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  68. Oh man! Sorry to hear about your cold. I hate those. I generally bundle up and watch tv or read...while I drink tea, orange juice and have chicken noodle soup. Hope you get well soon.

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  69. I follow you on in my Google Blogger and on Instagram :-)

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  70. When i am sick and do not feel like doing anything, curling up in bed with a good classic novel and all my dogs and cats in the bed helps me feel better! The sun faces windows on two walls of my bedroom during themday (large large windows) and there is something very cozy about piling up with big critters that love you, basking in the sun and enjoying a great Novel that makes me feel so much better. Get well soon! And you have some awesome pattens!

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  71. Lots of comfort food and many warm quilts to cuddle :)

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  72. I have a nice bowl of chicken soup and watch TV in bed.

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  73. Make hot chocolate and catch up on my favorite quilting blogs. I hope you feel better soon!

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  74. I follow you on Bloglovin'. Thanks!

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  75. A nice warm chai latte, a blanket and a good book or movie. I hope you are better soon!

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  76. Hot chocolate does it for me--especially when it has whipped cream on top!

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  77. I follow by email, Facebook and Bloglovin.Thanks for the giveaway.

    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  78. I like to snuggle in a quilt while watching old movies and drink lots of tea when I have a cold.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  79. I follow by email.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  80. I am fighting a cold this very moment. I like watch a series on Netflix and just catnap. I will brainstorm new idea for a quilt.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  81. Get my hubby to deal with dinner and kids, and relax watching Sherlock, or another good movie, and drinking lemon and honey hot drinks and eating chocolate.

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  82. Hot tea and a warm blanket does the trick for me.
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  83. I follow on Facebook.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  84. When I'm sick I tend to read A LOT!

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  85. I have a cold too! I need to read all the tips. I read a lot and try to sleep when I can

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  86. I tend to read too when I have a cold, cuddled under as many quilts as needed!
    jeacharnley@gmail.com

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  87. I like to have a hot toddie before bed with a little something special in it to help me sleep!
    I hope you feel better soon.

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  88. I follow by email, bloglovin and instagram.

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  89. I like to have a good book to read when I am not feeling good & if I feel up to some hand sewing.

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  90. I liked you on Facebook. Sure hope you get to feeling better, soon. Too bad that Mom's never get sick days.

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  91. Sleep it off. It's harder to console oneself with treats when you can't breathe through your nose.

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  92. A good soak in a hot bath with Epsom salts. The ones with eucalyptus and spearmint. It opens the sinuses and relieves the aches and pains. A good nap as a followup. Feel better soon!

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  93. I'm a follower on Instagram and Bloglovin.

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  94. I'm one of those that just crawls into bed and comes out when I'm better. When it's to the point I can stand being upright I look at magazines, read a book and enjoy watching nature through the window.

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  95. I follow you via blogger, Instagram and FB.

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  96. My best cold survival skill is spicy Chinese food. Bowl of hot & sour soup followed by Szechuan Chicken and I can breathe like a normal person for a good hour or more. Spicy Mexican is a good alternating meal or back-up plan, but the Chinese is really it for me. I think my immune system perks up in self-defense!

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  97. Hey Melissa, I watch comedies when I have a cold. And kids' movies. Always feel-good movies with happy endings. :) ~ Christina in FL

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  98. And I get your email updates (love them) and now follow you on Facebook. Thanks always, Christina in FL

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  99. I currently have an awful chest cold on top of vertigo. Not much is cheering me up right now, but the fact that my son is well enough to go back to school tomorrow so I can get some much needed rest is making me very happy!

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  100. When I have a cold, it's hot tea, lots of rest and sappy movies for me. Hope you're feeling better soon! smvoss@gmail.com

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  101. I follow you on FB, eMail, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.!!
    j_dobler@msn.com

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  102. I follow you on Pintrest and Bloglovin
    smvoss@gmail.com

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  103. When I'm really sick, I snuggle with my blankey and sleep. When I'm kind of sick, I indulge in ice cream and hot cocoa. :)

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  104. I follow you via Blogger. :)

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  105. Comedy movies and make some no bake cookies - lots of recipes out there! Thanks and hope you feel better!

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  106. I love following your blog - on bloglovn!

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  107. I'm in bed right now with my flannel jammies, computer on my lap and a stack of older quilt magazines by my side. I love going through them with post-it notes to see whether I'll keep them another year or donate/dump them.

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  108. I follow you via email updates.... :)

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  109. A hot cup of tea, a cuddly quilt and a good book!

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  110. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin

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  111. I know just how you feel, Melissa! I am just getting over a nasty cold. To cheer me up, I like to snuggle with a quilt, my fuzzy pup, a hot cup of chai tea and sit in front of the fire. They all warm my heart and help the nasties feel better!

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  112. I am a Bloglovin' follower of Happy Quilting! Feel better soon!

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  113. I watch Gilmore Girls or Anne of Green Gables when I'm feeling down. Feel better soon!

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  114. I read your blog and follow you on Facebook.

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  115. To cheer myself up when it is cold outside, I read and cuddle up with a warm quilt by the fireplace.

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  116. To cheer myself up when it is cold outside, I read and cuddle up with a warm quilt by the fireplace.

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  117. I read your blog and follow you on Facebook.

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  118. When I am feeling under the weather, I like to watch old Disney movies, like Cinderella, Aladdin, and The Little Mermaid, which were my favorite growing up. I like to knit or embroider while doing that to and it is comforting.
    I hope you feel better soon!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  119. I follow your blog by email updates.
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  120. I watch Scandal or Mad Men on dvr and drink soup and hot chocolate !
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  121. I follow you on Bloglovin . Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  122. A good hot steamy bath with a good quilt mag in hand. Soak up the moist air.... sorry your under the weather, not fun.
    sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  123. A cold smoothie, makes my throat feel better!

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  124. I follow you on Instagram etc!

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  125. Chicken noodle soup - my favorite cold medicine.

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  126. I've had a cold this weekend too, and I get cheered up thinking about gooey grilled cheese sandwiches to go with my chicken noodle soup :)

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  127. I get your newsletter. Feel Better!

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  128. I had a cold last week. When I needed cheering up, I treated myself to a big cup of hot cocoa and some cookies.

    Hope you are feeling better!
    Sandy A
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  129. I follow you through Blog Lovin and on Facebook!
    Sandy A
    scotty4me39 (at) yahoo.com

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  130. When I have a cold I like gingerale floats with chocolate ice cream.

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  131. When I have a cold I just sleep or have chicken soup

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  132. I am now following you on Facebook!

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  133. I lov lemon and ginger tea with a big spoonful of honey for my cold! Get well soon!

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  134. When I have a cold, love hot tea, chicky noodle soup, snuggy quilt, fuzzy slippers & a pile of quilt books & magazines....and sometimes a nice snooze! :) Sending Prayers for quick feeling back to You!

    Thanks for chance to win your patterns!! Love my December one..tho haven't started yet :/ (giggle...)

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  135. Already a follower thru Email, Bloglovin & Pinterest :)

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  136. I don't have colds often but my brother always offer to make me a hot toddy which I sit back and enjoy binge watching something on Netflix. My two feline buddies seem to sense when I do not feel well so they come lay on me or in my bed to 'comfort' me. soak it all in and do my best to lay still so they can hang out with me. ;)

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  137. I follow your inspirational blog via Bloglovin.

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  138. It's been a while since I've had a cold, but I think curling up with a nice, cozy quilt and watching an old movie, with a warm cup of tea to soothe your throat sounds pretty good to me. Hope you start to feel better soon!

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  139. I pretend I don't have a cold is the best I can do.

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  140. I happily follow you via e-mail.

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  141. Hot cocoa! Chocolate and fabric fixes everything.

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  142. I retreat into my sewing room for some great therapy.

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  143. I follow you on a few different places - bloglovin and instagram to name 2!

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  144. When I have a cold, I eother read a good book or find a good movie to curl up in bed to watch! Feel better soon!

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  145. I hunker down beneath a pile of blankets and either read other watch old "singing and dancing" movies, I.e. Astaire, Rogers, sinatra

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  146. And I follow you on Facebook and bloglovin

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  147. So sorry about your cold. When it's my turn, I make a steaming mug of Constant Comment tea, grab a good mystery and curl up with a quilt in my comfy chair. Works every time!

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  148. I follow via email, until I can figure out bloglovin!

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  149. call out sick to work. granted you work from home but take care of you. No work. Just lounge around in your PJs and read, or watch movies you love.

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  150. Eat something yummy like chicken noodle soup, drink hot tea with lemon and honey, a warm bed with flannel pj's, toasty socks and more sleep then you could ever imagine. If all that doesn't work try some drugs. The sewing will wait, feel better first, a good humidifier and Vicks helps.

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  151. I follow on BL, but do get well.

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  152. When I've got a cold, I will eat the Lipton Noodle Soup with chicken broth, drink hot water with lemon and honey, take long, hot bathes with a good book, put Vicks on the bottom of my feet and take naps. Sure hope you get better soon. Colds only last a week, maybe you have something ickier!!

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  153. I follow your blog via email, as well as following you on IG, FB, Pinterest and Twitter!

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  154. When I have a cold, I drink chicken broth and take DayQuil and settle down on the sofa with a good book until the DayQuil kicks in or watch MASH reruns to make me feel better. Nothing like a humorous medical show to help with that!

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  155. Watch a funny movie, or reruns of The Big Bang Theory or Modern Family. Laughter really is the best medicine.

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  156. I follow with emails and Facebook.

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  157. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin and Twitter.

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  158. I follow with emails and Facebook.

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  159. Tea always cheers me up and looking at quilting on ig.

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  160. I follow on bloglovin and ig. Love your posts!

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  161. A hot drink, snuggle under a quilt, and watch an old movie.

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  162. Poor you, we all tend to think a cold is just a minor ailment, which it mostly is, except at the time it feels awful. In NZ we have a special lemon, honey and ginger drink which always soothes the throat and just tastes nice too I do hope the next couple of days finds you feeling better/

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  163. Hi Melissa. You know I'll follow you everywhere already. I'll give you much love and a shout out here in a few. To shake mine I had to do hot cider with the moonshine in it. Just be prepared to kick back under a nice homemade Quilt. And eat mexican food ....the hotter you can stand it the better. I love your giveaways. Always fair! 😎

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  164. Vitamin C and lots of water. A luxury would be to sit under a quilt looking through my quilt magazines and of course Melissa's Irish Chain book.

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  165. Hi Melissa. You know I'll follow you everywhere already. I'll give you much love and a shout out here in a few. To shake mine I had to do hot cider with the moonshine in it. Just be prepared to kick back under a nice homemade Quilt. And eat mexican food ....the hotter you can stand it the better. I love your giveaways. Always fair! 😎

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  166. I troll or stalk the Internet for motivation when not feeling well or just procrastinating!

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa