I have to admit. I’m worn out!
I love writing. I love the freedom that comes with putting words on paper. But writing daily is catching up to me in a big way. And it’s only been 18 days!
It’s going to take me a few days to get back into the groove from vacation. I’m still trying to wrap my head around what’s going on this week with schooling and trying to figure out a menu plan. You know, the basics of life that I took a break from last week. Plus, I’m not feeling all that well in general so I know my body is telling me to rest and go to bed before midnight tonight.
Sooo…I’m taking a small break from writing today but I’m excited to announce a giveaway!
I love small moment living. I love paying attention to the details of my day, the small things that might normally go unnoticed. And then writing about them. Sometimes God sort of hits me in the face with these small moments and I have a lot to say. And sometimes, there are moments that I savor and relish and don’t share with anyone. And these are moments I don’t think about much. I simply enjoy them.
As a ‘thank you’ to those of you who are reading this series, I’d love for you to have the opportunity to read Emily Freeman’s book, Simply Tuesday, since it inspired this series. So I decided to give away 2 copies of her book! You can read my first post if you missed it which explains that inspiration a little more.
It’s simple to enter. There’s only one required entry, which is leaving a “these are the days of…” comment on this page. The other options will give you an additional entry if you’d like. I’ve never used a giveaway form before so here’s to hoping it goes smoothly!
The giveaway will run from today until next Monday and I’ll announce the winner then! Click the login on the rafflecopter entry form below and follow the instructions. The only required entry is to comment on this post but you can follow the directions to gain more entries.
If all goes bust with Rafflecopter (since I’ve never used them) I’ll choose 2 winners randomly from the comments anyway!
Thank you again for reading and for your comments, both on this blog as well as social media sites and just texting and talking in general. It means the world to me to live small with all of you!