Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Christmas Miracles - And the Winner Is . . .
Today in St. Peters, MO: Sunny, high 39 degrees, but it's 16 out there now. Brrrrr.
First, thanks to Dianna Graveman for generously donating a copy of the wonderful book with her story in it. And thanks to everyone who shared their special stories with the rest of us. As I mentioned in my original post, it's a good thing the winner's name was picked at random because all the stories were so great I couldn't possibly pick one as being the best.
And the winner of the Christmas Miracles book is . . . Becky. If you could please contact me, Becky, I will make arrangements to get the Christmas Miracles book to you.
Speaking of Christmas, I have lots of cleaning and shopping to do.
Check back later this week to find out how you could be quoted in Woman's Day magazine.
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