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BOOK GIVEAWAY : It's Time to Plant Your Garden!






Work your garden - you'll end up with plenty of food;
Play and party - you'll end up with an empty plate.
-Proverbs 28:19

That's a picture of the two tomato plants I planted yesterday. I don't have a green thumb, mu thumb is so black that everything I plant dies...but every year I try again.

Our dreams - yes, mine too - are often like that. 

I have failed or experienced setbacks on my road to becoming a writer more times than I can count. In fact, my writer-dream has been twenty years in the making!

What do you need to do today or this week to plant your garden, to start that new career, or begin that dream that you have been putting off for years?

What first step can you begin today, to bring it into being?

Leave a comment below and I will give away your choice of an ebook or paperback copy of GOD LOVES YOUR DREAM next Monday.

I can't wait to hear what your first step will be!

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Amy C said…
I guess not really my dream, but my daughter's. She loves horses and we don't have the finances nor the knowledge to get a horse. Today, we went to a horse rescue farm and found out that they provide horse training for free. Once we complete that, my daughter will be able to volunteer at the facility. That way we can get the knowledge of how to take care of one AND "own" 50 plus horses. There's nothing like living a dream through her eyes.
Campbellamyd at Gmail dot com

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