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Domestic Geek Girl Hosts an Easter Fleece Blanket & Beeswax Candle Giveaway

Pensacola, FL -- On her blog Domestic Geek Girl, Gingi is hosting a giveaway sponsored by The Mohawk Valley Trading Company and Crooked Brook for a special Easter themed prize pack.

The prize pack includes a Decorative Easter Egg 100% Pure Beeswax Candle and a Happy Easter Bunny Embroidered Fleece Blanket.

“I’m currently OBSESSED with beeswax candles,” said Gingi. “Beeswax candles burn clean, with no additives or synthetic chemicals. Unlike paraffin they do not leave behind black soot or smoke as they burn.”

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About Gingi

Gingi is a photographer, cosplayer, amateur chef, crazy cat lady, anime otaku, bookworm, generic geek, world traveler, conservative Christian, devoted wife and stay at home new mother of a precious baby girl.

She calls herself a crunchy mom in that she feeds her daughter exclusively on donor breast milk (she can’t produce her own), she babywears, uses all natural homemade products on her daughter and in her home, doesn’t vaccinate, uses holistic remedies and intends to homeschool. She uses her blog as a record of her discoveries and projects as she strives to balance her apron-clad Martha Stewart-esque family life with her nerdy indulgences.

About The Mohawk Valley Trading Company

The Mohawk Valley Trading Company offers the highest quality organic, unprocessed natural products they can produce namely; maple syrup, raw honey, beeswax, beeswax candles, natural skin care products and handmade soap. In addition, they offer natural stone, tea and spices from around the world.

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