Who Do You Love? Tell Them with Hallmark! (Giveaway)

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As many of my readers know, I love my younger sister over the summer. Her passing was unexpected and has changed me as a mother, as a daughter, and as a sister. It made me realize just how much I take for granted and just how important the little things can be. As Valentine’s Day approaches this is even more true. Valentine’s Day is about love of all kinds and even though I encourage you to tell the people in your life what they mean to you each day, Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to say, “I love you.”

This week Hallmark launched its new greetings program, Tell Them. It is all about “vowing to tell” the ones close to you what they need to hear to make them feel special and know that they are appreciated. Tell Them you miss them, Tell Them you need them, Tell Them they’re still the one, Tell Them they’re your superhero, Tell Them you love them. You never know when it is your last moment with someone you love. When I said goodbye to my sister on a typical Sunday afternoon, I never knew it would be the last time I would see her. When I texted her during her lunch break at work, I didn’t know it would be the last time we would communicate. You just never know.

Vow to tell the ones close to you how you feel with Tell Them from Hallmark!

Hallmark has also launched a new Tell Them Facebook page and application as part of the program. You can visit Tell Them on Facebook and “vow to tell” someone in your life what you think he or she needs to hear. If you want to learn more about Hallmark’s Tell Them Campaign, check out their brand new commercial.

One lucky Formula Mom reader will win a package of Hallmark greeting cards to use to tell the ones they love exactly what they need to hear!

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  1. says

    Thank you for the giveaway and I am so sorry to hear about your loss, my heart and prayers go our to you and your family. I am currently dealing with an issue with my younger sister that worries me that something may happen to her.

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