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Thank You Jergens For A Wonderful Night!

Last night I was honored to attend Stars on Ice, thanks to Jergens® Skincare


Stars On Ice tours Canada showcasing some of the best in the figure skating business. Stars on this tour include Kurt Browning, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Patrick Chan, Joannie Rochette, Jeffrey Buttle, Shawn Sawyer and more. 

You can still catch these shows in May:
Wed, May 1
Winnipeg, MB
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Fri, May 3
Saskatoon, SK
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Sun, May 5
Calgary, AB
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Mon, May 6
Edmonton, AB
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Wed, May 8
Victoria, BC
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Fri, May 10
Vancouver, BC
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I was also delighted by some figure skaters that were not Canadian. American Ashley Wagner was so beautiful to watch. She was very graceful in her movements.

Sinead Kerr & John Kerr are the British champions. They were exceptional and the skating mixed with the music was incredibly powerful. I could definitely see why they are champions.

But you know what?! I went with all the intention of screaming the loudest for Kurt Browning.
For his whole career I have been a fan. So to have the opportunity to watch him skate, let alone skate to "Singin' In The Rain", (which I got to see him perform twice in a row!), I was in awe. Here is a little teaser video for you all.



I also had my heart stolen during the last olympics. Remember, Canadian olympian Joannie Rochette lost her mom. When she performed her routine during the olympics, I cried. Oh, how I cried. And to see her last night, looking like an angel, I had to choke back the emotion.
Her mom is definitely looking down on her very proudly.

That brings me to the sponsors from last night. Investors Group, Lindt and World Vision.
As these skaters have wonderful families and sponsors to help them on their journey to competitions and shows, there are places like World Vision that help those who don't have that support that every child needs.  A commercial was played at intermission, and I couldn't help but cry. Sad to think of what we take for granted, and all over there are children who need, even just a nudge of love and emotional support. I was able to give a small donation after the show, but it's not enough. I hope you reading may find time or money to give too.

And now to close, I want to thank Jergens for the most amazing experience a lady could ask for. I have memories that will never be replaced, and a swipe off my bucket list. Also a huge thanks for the goodies that were handed out! You're the best!


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  1. I'll bet that was a great night out!

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  2. I love figure skating! I bet it's awesome to see the show live.

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  3. MyBitsandBleepsMay 6, 2013 at 1:06 AM

    It sure was a great show, wasn't it?

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