We’ll give away two more books

Wow…those first comments came in fast. Congratulations to our winners! We’d love to hear what you have to say, so please post a comment below before midnight Central time on July 9, and we’ll draw two more names to win a copy of Winter. Thank you for your inspiring comments and for being part of the Tending Your Inner Garden community!

Check out Carol Bodensteiner’s interview with us at http://carolbodensteiner.com/is-winter-your-season-of-renewal/

6 Responses to “We’ll give away two more books”

  1. Beverly Kilman says:

    Spending a few days here in rainy and very humid Florida during the Debby Downer tropical storm that has decided to ‘occupy’ on the state for a few days makes “Winter” sound SO appealing. I would love to win one of the books.

  2. Even though I haven’t gone through any classes with Tending Your Inner Garden, I SO enjoy the newsletter and would love to snuggle up to one of your books on my back yard swing!

  3. Deb Richeal says:

    What a beautiful time to spend with a good book. We are experiencing a thunder storm right now and I am really enjoying it. This past weekend I actually took the whole two days off from “projects” and just relaxed! That is something I would never have considered doing prior to the Inner Garden workshop on Flathead Lake! Thank you Deb and Diane for teaching the message you share with all of us. I now take “me” time on occasion and there is no guilt feelings about it!

  4. Claudia says:

    My garden is really pots on my deck, but I love it. I go out early in the mornings to be among flowers, listen to birds, and have tea. Now I have to go VERY early because summer is developing into some extreme heat days…94 said the bank at 10:00. I would love to win a book to read on my deck…or inside under the air if I have to. I do love your newsletter too.

  5. Susan Harrington says:

    wow…I posted a comment early this morning and it’s not here! I, too, have not attended any events with Tending your Inner Garden, but love to read their newsletters. My daily walks with my dog, Holly, offer me time for contemplation and reflection….would not give it up for anything!

  6. I was just writing today about ‘enjoying’ winter, sitting still and relishing the quiet times of the soul – it’s so much what Winter is!
    The seasons in Nature for me are like faithful friends that return again and again, clothed in a multitude of colours, textures and showy spectacles. I am one with them as they are with me. I read books on seasons, articles and poems.
    Raymonde

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