An Invitation

Thursday, September 8, 2011

I'm still surprised at how easy it has become for me to develop genuine online friendships. This blogging world is warm and welcoming. I really enjoy it, and I hope you do, too.

With that in mind, I'd like to invite you to a new experience for me - an online book discussion. A few weeks ago, Andrea from Whispers in the Silence emailed me in response to my open request for guest posters. She wrote a hilarious and wise post called Lessons from an Elevator, and I felt instantly connected. From her blog, I've come to learn that she is a dedicated mother and creative soul. So, when she asked me if I would like to co-host a discussion about The Power of a Positive Momby Karol Ladd, I said yes.

We hope you will join us.

We will start on Monday, October 10th. Details forthcoming, but for now, we'd love it if you would get a copy of the book and commit to reading it with us.

To make it easy, we are each giving away one copy of The Power of a Positive Momso please go to Andrea's Tuesday post or mine to enter.

We promise to maintain an easy reading schedule - we don't have time for anything other than "easy" with our own busy households! Most importantly, we promise to host our discussions in an open and relaxed atmosphere. Consider yourself welcome and invited . . . see you soon!

Linking up with the Faith Jam, because with school in session, this book to look forward to, and blossoming friendships to cultivate, I feel like I'm walking through this season of faith: Spring (new starts).


Also linking with these friends, who make the blogging world welcoming to me:

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5 Responses to “An Invitation”

  1. Thanks Courtney :) I love the way you put it...keeping it easy, relaxed and open. Looking forward to this!

  2. I pray that your book study goes well. That's wonderful you are stepping out in faith to do this!

  3. Oh good!  I have had this book for at least 4 years and have never gotten around to reading it.  Now I will have a reason to read it!  Looking forward to it!

  4. It has been surprising to me as well that I have developed genuine connections with others. It has definitely been more of a community than I ever anticipated :)

  5. i love that you're doing this! so very cool.