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MARCH PRIZE: WATERMELON BATH SET

Spring is all about renewal. You can do a little spring cleaning around the house, you can plant flowers in the backyard to enjoy their sweet aromas, and you can finally put your winter jacket back in the closet until next year. Image courtesy of Amazon Here on What About…

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FEBRUARY PRIZE: WATERMELON WATER BOTTLE

Image courtesy of Amazon Every January, I make two New Year’s resolutions — one for the Watermelon Guy here on the blog, and another for my own personal benefit. While the Watermelon Guy’s resolutions keep getting more and more interesting (this year’s will be to set a watermelon-related Guinness World Record),…

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JANUARY PRIZE: WHAT WOULD YOU PUT IN THIS BACKPACK?

Happy New Year, everyone! As I sit here in disbelief that it’s actually 2016, I’m slowly regaining consciousness from the week-long food coma I slipped into after Christmas. Four Christmas dinners and three holiday parties — just the memory of it is making me hungry for those sweet and spicy…

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GIFTS FOR THE WATERMELON LOVER: WATERMELON PILLOW

I’ll admit; I’m the kind of person who sleeps with no fewer than six pillows. It drives my wife crazy because she can’t get comfortable, which I don’t really understand because pillows are all about making you comfortable. I don’t know what drives the necessity, but I’ve been that way…

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NOVEMBER PRIZE: WATERMELON COFFEE MUG

Image courtesy of Amazon As my wife will attest, I am addicted to coffee. I usually have two cups before I even leave the house in the morning and several throughout the work day. You might think I’m crazy, but it’s the only way I get through the day without…

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OCTOBER PRIZE: WATERMELON WELCOME MAT

One thing I remember most from my childhood is the many weekends spent away at Grandma’s house. As most kids my age moaned and groaned about having to visit their relatives, I found much joy in it. Grandma always had the best candy and cookies, and my Grandpa always seemed…

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