Rooms Filled With Treasures Legacy Journal Giveaway
I recently taught at a women’s conference in Texas and one of our door prizes was this wonderful journal. It is called My Life, My Story, A Mother’s Legacy Journal. I saw it and went crazy over it as I am a huge fan of journaling. I went back to our Christian Book Store and bought one for myself and ordered another one to give to one of my subscribers. Both of my parents are gone now and there are so many questions I never thought to ask them while they were still living. I don’t want that to happen to my children and grandchildren.
If you would like to leave a legacy for your family, simply click on the Giveaway tab. Subscribe to my website to receive the latest blog articles in your email inbox. I will enter you in for the chance to win this beautiful journal. A winner will be randomly selected on August 31, 2017 and contacted for mailing purposes.
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I’m so glad you stopped by. Visiting would be much more fun over a cup of coffee. Since that isn’t possible, I hope you can get to know me through my stories and that something you read will bless you today. I bring to the table more than 30 years’ worth of discovering how joyful life is when we become who God created us to be. He changed my life for the better and my heart and home have been filled with treasures I never thought possible.
This is not your typical religious blog site. I will deal with real life issues such as divorce, rejection, problematic relationships to name a few, and how being a Christ-follower enables us to overcome any situation. I am honest and sometimes even a bit exposed as I share my life with you. But, you will also read about my love for food and cooking as I occasionally share favorite recipes. And finally, I will be sharing our journey of preparing for retirement and living full-time in a 5th wheel home. What fun awaits!
Please feel free to comment, ask questions, or just simply say you were here. I love meeting new friends and look forward to navigating together this thing called life.