Gratitude: Affirming one another through stories (Parkhurst Brothers Publishers, 2013)

When I joined the National Storytelling Network at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, I was given Froyen’s soon to be released book as free bonus. I admin I haven’t read Gratitude yet. I’m recommending it to you and to myself, I guess, based on Rick Warren’s sermon last Sunday. When I heard Warren’s happy heart workout included gratitude, I thought, “I have a book on gratitude!”

This is a big step. I haven’t recommended a book I haven’t read since the mid-1980s. I gave a best seller to a librarian friend for her birthday. About a week later she came up to me. “You didn’t read the book you gave me, did you?” she asked. “No,” I answered. “I didn’t think so,” she replied and walked away.

I went out and bought the book for myself. I think it curled my very straight hair!

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