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Where in the World is he Going?? Giveaway #3

*Update: The envelope arrived on August 25.  He is going to Ecuador!!
Call me CRAZY..but there's not cookie involved in this post today, but we are still celebrating!!
At my house we are frantically wating for this large envelope to arrive in the mail..
My son turns 19 in a few short weeks the age you can serve a full time mission for LDS church,
He will be preaching the gospel for 2 years somewhere in the world.
Now this is where the envelope come in to play..  It is going to tell us where and when he will be leaving.  It could come as early as this afternoon or it could still be a couple of weeks...
So this giveaway is a little different..
Leave me a comment here or on my facebook page on where you think he's going.
A $10 Target gift card will be awarded to the person who guesses the closest!
It could be anywhere in the United States or other countries around the world!!
Good Luck!
Contest will end when he opens that magical envelope!!

If you would like to know more about this mission or the church you can check out here or here!!
Disclosure this giveaway is totally funded by me not associated with the church in anyway. 


  1. I guess Brazil! Brazil is a VERY large place, so I can't guess what part of Brazil. Do I have to? lol

  2. Tiffanee, I'm not going to guess. I just wanted to say that I wish your son the best of luck for the next two years and I hope he has the best experience! (I know he will miss your great cooking and his family!) Can't wait to hear where he will be!

  3. I guess Brazil, and since it is such a LARGE place, I can't even try to guess what part. So I stick with "Brazil".

  4. I guess Syria. No, just kidding. That would be pretty awful, wouldn't it! What an exciting time though, waiting and wondering!! Can't wait to find out! :-)

  5. I guess somewhere in Europe…let's say Denmark! -SherRae

  6. I served a mission in Brazil and it was fantastic. But, I guess that he's going to France.

  7. Canada- or Japan. Can I guess two places? lol!

  8. I guess Japan :) soo exciting! Can't wait to hear where :0)

  9. I guess Japan :) soo exciting! Can't wait to hear where :0)

  10. My guess is Mexico but wherever he goes it will be the best two years!!! Good Luck to him. I hope the wait for the envelope isn't too long (it can seem like months)!!

  11. I am going to say the Phillipines.....

  12. Wow! I was going to guess Brasil because I always guess Brasil, but someone else did so I think we'll go with..... Oklahoma. Ha! Not sure why but that sounded good =o) I hope you find out soon so you don't have to wait!

  13. How exciting!! My baby Brother reports to the MTC on the 5th of September to go to Tacoma Washington. I am going to guess Las Vegas. My Brother is there and they tried to get him to start his mission early because they are short Elders. Good Luck out there!

  14. I first thought Tokyo, Japan but now I am leaning towards Russia.......hhmmm

  15. I'm going with Mongolia. One of my closest friends went there and loved it!

  16. Venezuela. Sending prayers for an amazing and safe trip wherever he goes.

  17. I am going to guess Brazil! We are so excited for Kody and wish him the very best!


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