Tuesday, August 19, 2008

First-ever Button Factory Giveaway


Are you familiar with Gary Chapman? Love him, love him, love him!! I've shared before what a difference his Five Love Languages has made in my relationship with my daughter, but I don't think I've said anything about what it's done for my other relationships. Now that I stop for a second to think about it, I've tried to figure out the love language of everybody I am close to and every relationship I have has been better for it.

So, obviously, I am really excited about his newest book, Love as a Way of Life! I can't believe it was released in July and I have yet to obtain it, but what can I say, it's been a busy summer. Since everything I've ever read or heard out of his mouth has been 5-star quality, I feel confident this book will be equally wonderful and life-changing. So, I just scooty-pooted over to Amazon and ordered two copies. One for me, one for you. All you have to do is delurk and leave me a comment on this post telling me your love language. (See here for a 30-second assessment!) On Friday--when the books are due to arrive--random.org will select a winner for me.

8 comments:

Angie Abernathy said...

Apparently my love language is "words of affirmation". It's the simple things in life, isn't it? Just to be told that you are appreciated is enough for me!!

Love,

Strawberry Dacquiri

Susan said...

I'll have to go with Words of Affirmation (although acts of service certianly never hurt my feelings. :)

Love you!
Susan

Melinda said...

Words of affirmation is my love language too. I'll have to agree with Susan, acts of service is a very close second.

Joeysmom said...

My love language is "Words of Affirmation" and "Quality Time" has come in a very close second. Thanks very much Wendy. Love ya! Love, Ann

Mama Nirvana said...

Quality time is mine! I hope I win -- I would love to read his book.

Amy

Laurie said...

Should I be embarrassed? Receiving gifts is my love language.

Laurie

michelle said...

I would have to say that
Quality Time is my love language.
I can't to see who wins the book!

Miss you,
Michelle

Anonymous said...

You are a generous person to share this book.

Love you!
Nana