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Today I'm blogging at the Pastoring Partners Network on the subject, "Where Can A Lonely Pastor's Wife Go?" 

It's no secret, I'm a lih-tle crazzzzzy about pastors' wives, cause I am one, and I know the road they walk. It's my desire to be an encouragement and a blessing to those who serve. If you're among this fantastic group of human beings on the planet, check out my post there today.

Today is my day off and I'm taking it. There are so many projects on the burner right now, but I need this time to rest. Tomorrow's another day to JUGGLE!

Speaking of JUGGLE... (did you think you were going to get away with a post without me referencing JUGGLE?) remember that I'm giving a coaching package away. All you have to do is spread the word about JUGGLE -- a great resource to help you manage your time and change your life!

I'm humbled and amazed at how God is using JUGGLE to help others. It all happens by word of mouth. When I notice friends mentioning the book on their Facebook or Twitter, JUGGLE'S rank suddenly goes up on the Amazon best sellers. When things are a little quiet, the rank goes down. People get books based upon what their friends tell them. That's seriously how it works! Simple as that. A common response is, "I don't have a Kindle..." Please help me in spreading the word that although it's an Amazon Kindle book you DO NOT NEED A KINDLE TO READ IT! All you need is a computer! Or a mobile device like an iPad. By downloading this FREE Kindle app, you can be reading the book in seconds.  For real!

Thanks so much for helping me, help others! 

Have a great weekend everybody and happy juggling!

Much love,


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