My Heart Belongs to a Logger Decal Giveaway!


Comment below and tell us how your logging family came to be a logging family. Are you a 2nd, 3rd or 4th generation? Or perhaps a 1st generation with big dreams just starting out?

The rules:

  1. Leave your comment below. Duplicate entries will be filtered out and discarded, so adding additional comments won’t increase your likelihood of winning.
  2. Winner (one) will be chosen randomly using an automatic giveway tool.
  3. If you are chosen, you will be notified by email. Winner must respond within three days of being contacted. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen.
  4. Entries can be submitted until November 19, 2012 at 11:59PM ET. Good luck!

(note: decal is white vinyl letters – no background)


  • theloggerswife

    thank you ladies for your lovely submissions! It’s inspiring to read that other logging families feel the same way about their loggers, the industry and our future generations. The winner has been notified, however, if you would like one of these decals we are offering them to those who entered the contest for only $5 with free shipping. God Bless!

  • Jolene

    I am the daughter of a 3rd generation (at least!) logger, and married to a 2nd generation logger. We have a 9 year old nephew who lives with us and wants to be a logger when he grows up as well. I’m sure our 5 week old girl will also be a proud “Logger”!

  • Mary

    Some of my earliest memories involve going to work in the woods with my dad. He is a first generation logger, and my big brother and I have proudly carried on our family’s business. While my dad was the first logger to steal my heart, he wasn’t the last. I fell in love with a boy from a logging family, and we’re hoping to pass both our families’ traditions on to our own kids.

  • Tiffany

    I am the proud wife of a hard working 3rd generation logger. My husband is 25 years old and has been logging for 8 years now but has been around it all of his life. His grandfather has worked very hard in the logging industry since he was a young man as he began logging with horses! He has since then owned a sawmill and recently passed majority of the business to his sons. My husband breathes and lives logging and would not rather do anything else even when times are tough. He has recently began his own logging company in hopes to pass it and his knowledge down to our son to keep the tradition alive. I really appreciate this site that enables loggers and their supportive families to purchase these types of things as i own several myself. I live by the Loggers Wife Prayer each and every day as it is posted on my refridgerator for all to see. God bless our loggers and their families.

  • Amanda

    I am the proud wife of a logger, with many hits to our finances in last few years, we just moved 1300 miles from home so my husband could continue doing what he loves to do, I have two beautiful kids and this decal would be that much more special to be able to display on my truck in the land of ranchers and cowboys, that loggers too are tough and are backed by the women that put themselves second to the woods, as bad as it sounds, I know the woods and timber are in my husbands heart, and his genetic makeup and I could never ask him to stop “seeing” his mistress “the timber” because it’s such a huge part of our lives, I was born a loggers daughter and I’ll die a loggers wife!

  • Lynnette Darst

    I have been around logging my whole life. My dad is a truck driver and he can haul whatever. There was a couple years where he drove water truck for a yarder side, and we would go and stay with him during the week sometimes. Years go by and I met my husband who was trying to get out of logging. That didn’t work out for him as he is not the type to sit in an office. My dad referred him to a company and was hired and has been there ever since. I even worked for this company doing fire watch, soaping and branding logs. But that was 8 years ago or so for me. I am now the wife that stays home and takes care of our 3 year old daughter and also takes care of my logger husband. 🙂

  • Regina Alderman

    I married my logger on May 18, 2002. My father was a timber faller, and I have had many other loggers in my family. My husbands father started our logging company 60+ years ago. My husband was born when his father was 54. He went to work with his dad as much as he could growing up. He learned to drive a truck in the woods using the water truck when he was a boy, driving the skidder, loader, and falling timber all at a young age. Today we still own and operate the same logging company. We are so thankful for the timber industry and love the woods. We hope to someday give the company to our children to run, and pass onto their children.

  • Jennifer Miller

    I married into my logging family 7 yrs ago. My husband is a log truck driver (was in last years’ calendar) and has been for nearly 14 yrs. My father in law was a log truck driver for over 40 yrs before he retired 3 yrs ago. His father was Amish and logged also. We are very proud of our loggers and logging heritage here in the Miller family. We support all logging efforts and are avid watchers of both Ax Men and Swamp Loggers every season. My husband and his love for the industry (albeit a quickly disappearing one out here in Wyoming) is why I signed up for your site to begin with. 🙂

  • Erin

    I am the proud wife of a 4th generation logger. His grandfather owned both a logging company and a sawmill. They have continued the tradition……..and it’s one we intend to pass on to our children one day. I am lucky to have a logger who goes out and works so hard every day to provide such a good life for his family!

  • Kim sorrels

    I am a very fortunate woman to have a hard working logger in my life. While I still say a prayer every single morning when he leaves that he will come back home to me safely that afternoon, we wouldn’t have it any other way. I love your site. It is nice to have a place to be able to go to that is full of people that know exactly how I feel and that offers merchandise that we can use to show how proud we are of the life we have chosen to live. As we all know,logging is not just a job or a career, it is a way of life.

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