Sunday, October 6, 2013

Giveaway: Rebellious Heart


Congrats to Cindi for winning Never Say Never. I have to warn you that I haven't read it yet---planned to do that this week but had a busy week. Anyway, I know you have won before and know I'll eventually send it.

I'm reading Rebellious Heart right now. I love it. It starts off with a bang. The characters are good so far. In fact, I need to turn off this Texans game and go read. (The Texans have a ton of talent but are NOT doing well this year. SO Frustrating!) In fact, I can't even think of a topic for comments since I'm so annoyed with Matt Schaub throwing pick-sixes!

I guess you could leave a comment about sports. Or a joke to make me feel better. I had a great day--church, lunch with family, good workout, and Bible study. So, I'm not going to let a football team get me down. :)

Make sure you leave an email address.
I can only ship to the US.

Have a great week. It's finally cooler than 90 degrees here, which is fantastic!


Sally said...

Good morning, Laura! I'm a Braves fan. Enough said of that I guess! Hope you feel better! I love any books by Jody Hedlund. She is great!
tscmshupe [at] pemtel [dot] net

Patty said...

Same as Sally above... I was watching baseball not football last evening. They just can't seem to finish things off the past few years. They have made it to the post season several times recently but are always out in the first round!


Michelle said...

Sadly, I never watch sports so I can't really help out in that area.

Amy Smith said...

Not much of a sports gal myself, and don't have any jokes up my sleeve at the moment... but can I still enter? Hope so! amylsmith(at)bledsoe(dot)net

Amada Chavez said...
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Amada Chavez said...

Hmmmm. a comment about sports? I've always liked going to a football game and watching instead of just watching on tv.

As for a joke I hope this one makes you smile if not at least giggle. :D I laughed a little anyway! :)

"Adam’s Ribs

At Sunday School they were teaching how God created everything, including human beings. Little Johnny seemed especially intent when they told him how Eve was created out of one of Adam’s ribs.

Later in the week his mother noticed him lying down as though he were ill, and she said, ‘Johnny, what is the matter?’

Little Johnny responded, ‘I have pain in my side. I think I’m going to have a wife.’"

Blessings, Amada