CONGRATS to the winners of my recent BFF Club Giveaway! (Keep reading for more about the BFF Club.)
First of all, Robin Taylor’s name was randomly drawn to win an adorable Blessed floral shirt just like the one I’m wearing in the photo.
And hey, I just might have a few more awesome Blessed Mom tees to give away as we get closer to the Sept 1 release date of my new book, Too Blessed to be Stressed for Moms, so stay tuned to my e-newsletters for contest and giveaway announcements. (You can sign up for my free e-newsletters at my website, DeboraCoty.com if you haven’t already.)
BTW, the other terrific giveaway tees are modeled here by my daughter Cricket (one with her twin 2-year-olds) and my daughter-in-love, Rebecca (married to my son Matthew). Picture yourself in these shirts, blessed gals!
Okay, back to the drawing: And then, the names of two BFF (Blessed Friends Forever) Club members were randomly selected to win copies of the Too Blessed to be Stressed 2019 Planner: Pam Black and Christina Blevins. Congrats, dearest friends!
If you’re not acquainted with the BFF Club, it’s my inner circle of girlfriends who receive special communications from me and exclusive gifts, giveaways, and sneak peeks at my not-yet-released books. I love to express my thanks for my BFF Club members graciously volunteering to help spread the word about my writing and speaking ministries among churches, women’s groups, Bible Studies, moms groups and personal friends where they live.
In short, my BFF Club peeps are my street team. My go-to girls. The ones who make things happen.
If you’d like to be a part of this small and oh-so-special community of fun-loving girlfriends, I would love to invite you to check it out on the BFF Club page at my website. Can’t ever have enough BFFs!
P.S. Thank you, thank you, thank you to those of you who have written me such sweet notes about what my books mean to you. It means the world to me! Here’s a recent one that touched my heart:
I wanted to let you know how much your 365-day devotional, Too Blessed to be Stressed: Inspiration for Every Day, has meant to me. I’ve always struggled with worry as well as under-confidence throughout my life. When I attended a ladies tea where you spoke, it prompted me to start looking at things in a more positive perspective.
As the end of a busy day, it’s amazing how your stories seem to relate to my life. Some of them I keep rereading for continued encouragement. The parts on avoiding comparisons have helped me understand the importance of uniqueness.
I’ve shared many lessons from this little book with my adult children as well as sisters and co-workers. I’ve marked the chapter with the exercises for quick reference. Thank you for all the comforting and reassuring thoughts for daily living.