Cause I am pretty sure she is the nationally appointed Master of Ceremonies for all Hootenannys.
You don’t know how much her blurb means to me. You also don’t know how nervous I was to email her about my book in the first place.
Writing this book was a huge jump of faith and adventure.
Maybe more so so was sending each email to each blurber and blog tour host asking them to read and review the book. Myself.
Sending your baby out into the universe to be handled and critique by people you respect…wow. It is slightly nerve wracking at best.
So when I read each blurb that came in, and now reading each post, and I see and hear that people are getting what the book is about- the intersection of faith, mess, beauty, and family – I am beyond amazed and humbled. And I feel grateful to know that I am not alone.
And that is how I feel about Ree.
She gets it. She is one of us.
But of course she gets it.
Look at that cake of hers.
Could there be a better image to show the intersection of messy and beautiful? Of faith and humanity? Of juggling family life and work life and that third life going on in our heads?