Friday, March 5, 2010

Company Girl Coffee 3/5

Come on in! I have gluten free/vegan blueberry muffins and quinoa breakfast brownies for snacks and some lovely tea for drink...yum...I hope you enjoy!

Life has been so hectic these past weeks, I don't have much time to stop and write, but just to catch you up...here's an updated:

Living Life with Strings Attached launched on Monday and is now available for SALE! YAY!
You can order a copy by clicking on the "buy my book" link at the top of the page OR if you would like a more socially conscious way to get your copy (and would like to have my "John Hancock"), send a check for $15 to Strings Attached Ministries, PO Box 187, Lowell, AR 72745 (leave a comment and let me know that you are doing this so I can be sure to have enough books in stock). For every book purchased this way $5 will benefit The Inspired Girls International Life and Leadership Camp in Brazil. I am so excited to share this message and ministry with you!

My first Book Signing Party is March 28, in Bentonville, AR for those of you who are local, message me and I will send details, and I make my big radio debut on Tuesday at 1235 EST on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cwa-radio. I am a bit nervous about it, but I know that God will meet me at the mic.

My ministry partner and I just returned from a great conference in The Woodlands, TX last weekend called Share Fair 2010. It is a ministry of Reflective Life Ministries and was an absolutely awesome experience. There were fantastic speakers, break out sessions, sweet times of connection with new friends, and over 85 ministries represented. We had a blast!

The kids are out of school today, and well, the sun is shining! It is a glorious day here and we are going to get outside and enjoy it! I have my sister's bachelorette party tonight and her wedding shower tomorrow (pray for energy for me...eek...that's a lot of parties to pull off in one weekend!)

I think that's everything...I have a couple of other things in the works, but they aren't quite ready for unveiling yet! I can't wait to tell you all about them!

Got a big weekend ahead, but I hope to make it around to all the Company Girls...might not be til Sunday night, though! Link up with us!

13 comments:

  1. How exciting about your book! I can only imagine how rewarding it must feel to know that it's all ready to sell. Congratulations - and have fun at your parties!

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  2. Have a good time celebrating this weekend!

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  3. So excited for you and your book!! Sounds like you are a busy woman these days. May the Lord bless you with all the energy you need for showers, book signings, weddings and everyday life. Blessings to you and Happy Spring!

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  4. Can you pass along the recipe for the quinoa breakfast brownies? I'd love to give them a try!

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  5. Sounds like a busy but fun weekend! Hope you enjoy! Thank you form your prayers...appreciate it to be sure!

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  6. Congratulations on your book! You've got lots of great things going on and great things to come - sounds like fun!

    Hoping the sunshine continues through your weekend!

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  7. Lea, Thank you for the prayers...totally need them!

    Karen, I will leave a comment on your blog too, but just in case you (and anyone else is checking here),the Quinoa Breakfast Brownies are from Karina's Kitchen....mmmm so good, you can't go wrong with ANY of her recipes! Here is the link:
    http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2009/09/quinoa-breakfast-brownies.html
    ENJOY!

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  8. Wow! How exciting! I have been thinking about you a lot this week, I cannot even imagine how you must be feeling!

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  9. Wow! Congrats on the book! I'll have to put it on my "to read" list. I had to make a place in my budget for books because I am such a book worm! :) My favorite thing now that the sun is shining is to go outside and sit in the sun and read. (With proper sunscreen, of course.)

    Have a great week company girl friend! I'll pray for peace of mind during all of your busy days.
    -Melissa

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  10. Melissa, Thanks for the prayers! I totally need them!

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  11. Thanks for comment on my blog. Are you gluten free? I am gluten intolerant, but I find it to be a blessing in disguise because it cuts out most of the junk.

    Stacy

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  12. Ummmm, did you say quinoa breakfast brownies? Where is that recipe??

    In all seriousness - so many congrats to you on your book! I am so stoked about my copy - THANK YOU! I will be showing it to my women's bible study group, though they've all been together for about 30 years now so I don't know if they 'need' it - they all seem to have great relationships, ha! But when I build my own circle of girlfriends...

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  13. Stacy, yep...we are a gluten free (as nut, oat, soy, bean, corn, beef, pork, pineapple, and many others)- my son has a severe allergic disorder that requires a very restrictive diet...

    You are right that it weeds out a lot of the junk!

    Ashley, the link to the recipe is posted in one of the comments above if you want it...

    You know I am always available to come out and speak to your group! Thanks for the support!

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