Who should I blame for this note I’m sharing with all of you? Who should I blame for all the hours I’ve put into writing a short book that I’m now offering for free?
I could explain what got me into writing this short book, and why writing it had me thank God again and again and again.
I could explain all the little details I’ve been forced to learn about pdf-ing my work, along with forming my own Marianne’s Memoirs email.
I could explain why you will see one of those small and often irritating signs slide onto the screen tempting you will read it. (Keep it there. You many actually WANT it in just a minute)
But instead, I’ll just share how I have smiled many times while writing this book because of who this book is about. Let that photo up top give a clue who that person is. (No, It’s not just about me.)
I’m also taking this opportunity to tell you this book is an epilogue to my first book, God and Your Pillow. This free book here – Whatever I’ll Be Called – closes with the explanation as to why it connects with my first story.
Have I gotten you just a wee bit curious what this book is about?
If so, then just click on that pop-up right now and get two things; my book Whatever I’ll Be Called along with being part of my email family. It’s there you will occasionally get some extra stories, information, and other offers via email that I do not show here on my blogs.
Thank you for your time. I look forward connecting with many on you soon.
We all can agree that babies are adorable. Come on, admit it. Babies are adorable. Now sure, there are those adults who may not melt as much as others when an infant is just a few steps away. They may not pop out the words “Cute little baby“. The word ‘Adorable’ is just not in some people’s vocabulary. But for those who can’t say it enough, I thought I’d share a few reasons most find those little cutie-pies so captivating.
We all have gone through trials. We all have gone through pain. We all have endured some type of soap opera. We all have times we wish we could erase. But hopefully you can see that, like I say often, God’s plans are perfect. Open up this song now as the words explain a bit how my unplanned pregnancy showed me God is faithful to the end.
Have you ever been stunned at something you became. Perhaps you know you would have a certain title soon but didn’t really know what it would feel like. I was given one of the most important titles back in 1987. That title?
My baby, now in my arms. — That sentence explains to you what changed my life.
This new life of mine began March 9th, 1987, at the age of nineteen. That was when I became a new mother who was happy and scared at the same time. I was holding my seven pound, three ounce daughter who turned my Me, Myself and I, into Me, My Baby, and God. God showed me even more He was right there along side me as this new chapter of my life began.