At long last…A “Cute Shoes” Giveaway!
It’s almost time for this:
(In case I forgot to mention it.)
It’s really not my intention to hijack the blog for the rest of sweet forever to talk about The Book so this post is going to be chock full o’ information and then I’m shutting up about it forever.
Or at least until the next time I bring it up.
Let’s go at this in list format:
1. Firstly, how about I give away five copies?!
You don’t have to be a ministry wife to win. In fact, my hope is that Cute Shoes is a church relationship building resource for laypeople, too. Or you can give it to your pastor’s wife as a token of your affection.
To enter, simply answer this question in the comments:
Are you typically on time for church or not? (I plead the 5th.)
You can also add up to two additional entries by Tweeting/Facebooking and/or adding a button to your blog as a link to this giveaway. The button code is in my right sidebar.
I’ll randomly choose the winners on Friday, January 22. There will also be other giveaways taking place at other blogs during the month of February. I’ll make sure you are aware of which ones.
2. Don’t forget to enter your PW in the ‘You Deserve to Pamper Yourself’ Contest. Great prizes and she can be entered more than once as long as it is by different people. Go to www.lifeway.com/cuteshoes for more info and to enter! (You can also read the first chapter on the Lifeway page.) Deadline is February 28th.
3. You are cordially invited to a real live book signing at Lifeway Christian Store at Hamilton Place Mall in Chattanooga, TN on February 20th, 11 AM – 1 PM EST. Truly, I kind of feel like a goober doing this but my hopes are that I may get to meet some of you girls who live in the area! And if y’all don’t come, there’s always my mother. (Mom? Helloooo, Mom? You are coming aren’t you?)
Okay, enough blabbering. Enter away!
I usually get there just on time, with no minutes to spare!
I’m usually on time. There are often very few people there at the start of the first service, so for the sake of any visitors and also for the worship team opening the service, we try to be in the sanctuary by starting time or a little before.
Always on time for Sunday night b/c I’m there early for choir practice; always on time Wednesday night b/c I play the organ; Sunday mornings . . . usually running late. It seems that no matter what I do, something always hinders us from being there early!
I can get your book on my Kindle!!!!! I can’t tell you how excited that make me!!!
.-= Julie´s last blog .. =-.
I am a youth pastor’s wife. We have 4 boys and Larry has to be at the church at about 7:30am. So, it’s just me getting the little men ready (and my trying to manage my mane!)
All that to say that I am usually within 3 minutes of being ‘on time’. However, I am never early!
.-= Colleen Daigle´s last blog ..To Caleb – On Your First Birthday =-.
yes i’m on time… i’d like to dream that if i wasn’t a pastor’s wife, i could stroll in leisurely and late! but i’d probably show up on time anyway…..
i tweeted this :)
I will come and be your personal assistant… what do you think?
.-= Mary Beth´s last blog ..Conversation With My 7 year old Niece =-.
I am an early bird. I am almost always the first in my seat on Sunday. Can’t wait for the book.
I lead the praise team, so we have to be at church early to practice before Sunday School (7:45). I usually arrive around 7:59. *grins* BUT… technically… I am on time for Sunday School and worship! :)
.-= Heather C´s last blog ..Buckle Up! =-.
Oh golly…my pastor husband has a meeting at 9 on Sundays, so if we want to ride as a family, then we have to be ready by 8:30…and we have done that successfully for a year now! Church doesn’t start till 9:30, so yep, I am on time.