Celebrating one month with a Giveaway

OdenwaldIt has officially been a month since I invited people to join me on the little bench of this blog.  I appreciate all of you taking the time to come over to read, rest, and reflect.  I hope that you have found something useful and encouraging here.  Thanks especially to those of you who have taken the time to make a comment on the blog, Facebook page, or in person about what you liked and what spoke to you.  Writing in and of itself is fun, but making a difference for your readers is better! So in that vein, today I am inviting you to be the writer and I’ll be the reader.  I’d love for you to leave a comment on what you’d like to see discussed on the blog.  What are your particular struggles in moving from a place of noise and frenzy to a place of listening in our still center?  Is there a certain issue or question you’d like to see addressed?  There are many ideas bumping around in my little brain, but I’d love to see which ideas will most resonate and be helpful to you, dear reader.  For a good blog does not just benefit the writer, but the reader as well. d_2136 As an added bonus, I will give away a package of my favorite “Centering Down” tea, Starry Night, to one lucky person who puts in their two cents worth (chosen at random) .  I got hooked on this herbal blend of peppermint and lavender at the local coffee shop where I work.  A cup of Starry Night tea calms me when I’m stressed and comforts me when I need a little TLC.  If you like herbal tea,  then you’ll love it. And if you’ve already loved the posts and feel they connect with your life, will you consider sharing them with your friends? Thanks again for coming over and sitting on the bench with me.  I’ve loved sharing this past month with you and can’t wait for more to come! Dena]]>

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3 thoughts on “Celebrating one month with a Giveaway”

  1. Love to see more about keeping a daily rhythm of prayer while raising kids which is really difficult or how to give yourself more grace when you can’t get it all done

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