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Spilt Milk: Devotions for Moms


A few months ago, some blog friends and I began doing a devotional with this book.  Since we live all over the place, it's done through email.  We read a chapter, then discuss.

Let me tell you, it's been wonderful!

The author, Linda Vujnov, is a wonderful writer and really knows how it is to balance life when you are a busy mom.  Her stories are funny and heart-warming.  They make you feel like she knows exactly what you are going through - because hey! She does know what you are going through.

The author is graciously giving one reader
of this blog a copy of her book!

To be entered in the contest for a copy of Spilt Milk
just leave a comment! 

That's right, all you have to do is answer this question -

What are your plans for Mother's Day?

Please note, you have until noon (CST) on Mother's Day to enter this giveaway.
I will announce the winner that afternoon.

After leaving me a comment, please feel free to visit the other great women 

who are doing this devotional with me:


Comments

Molly said…
OK, I'll be #1. :)
TwinsMom2 said…
Hi Sarah, I love to read so hopefully I win!
TwinsMom2 said…
Forgot to add, my plans for Mother's Day is to spend time with my babies and Mom and shop for flowers.
Jody said…
I hate having to share this weekend, but I know how important Mother's Day is to my MIL so we have dinner with them.
My plans for mothers day is to to have a mellow day and spend it with my husband and daughter. Mothers day means relaxing and NO CLEANING or Chores :)
jessicamiddle4@yahoo.com

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