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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Bees in the Butterfly Garden by Maureen Lang #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for historical inspirational fiction book, Bees in the Butterfly Garden by Maureen Lang.Β  You can check out my review for this book here (Bees in the Butterfly Garden book review).

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Maureen Lang, author website

Something I found interesting about this story was that one of the characters always wore something red to remind her of God’s sacrifice for her sins. It reminded me of a necklace that I hold dear. When my mom passed away, my grandmother gave me a pendant with my mom’s picture engraved on it. I wore that pendant every day until the clasp on the necklace broke and I had to put it away until it could be replaced or repaired. Every day when I would put it on, I was reminded of my mom and every time someone would comment on it, I was also reminded of her. What a wonderful gift that reminder was to me.

Do you have something tangible that reminds you of a loved one?


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is something tangible that you have that reminds you of a loved one?

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24 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Bees in the Butterfly Garden by Maureen Lang

  1. I have a quilt that was made by one grandmother and quilted by the other. Also have a bowl that belong to my great grandfather

  2. I have a couple quilts my grandmother made. I also have the grandfather clock that my parents had in their home for many years.

    1. So great Janice. πŸ™‚ I have my mom’s wedding ring which I wore for quite awhile after she passed away. Now it is put away for safe keeping.

  3. I have my grandmothers engagement ring but it was missing the diamond. Amazingly or God ordained, my original engagement diamond fit in her ring perfectly!

  4. I have a quilt made made by my Grandmother. She passed away when my Dad was 8 years old and it was never finished. It’s about half done, I had it framed and it’s hanging in my guest room

  5. I Have a Maternity shirt that My Mother bought me to wear to me 1st Baby Shower and I wore it with all 3 of my pregnancies and Now I was going to get Memory Bears made out of it

    1. Memory bears? Linda, I had to look that up and I think that is such a wonderful idea!! Welcome to my website. πŸ™‚

  6. I have a cedar chest that my grandmother gave me along with a note. She wanted to purchase the chest before she was married. Every week she went to the furniture store to pay a portion of its cost until it was done. She paid it off before her wedding.

    1. That is so neat Zoe. I always loved my mom’s cedar chest. I would beg her to open it so I could see her treasures. πŸ™‚

  7. I have my mother’s salt and pepper shaker collection. It was the one thing she treasured.

    1. I have seen so many really cute salt and peppery shakers over the years. What a wonderful memento for you Deana. πŸ™‚

  8. My grandmother made a Christmas village that we put out every year. I love having a bit of her with us each Christmas.

    1. I am with you there MomIsReading. My mom loved Christmas and made lots of decorations that I know have in my possession. It is like a part of her is there as well. πŸ™‚

  9. I have a bunch of pictures and a few gifts from a dear friend of mine. She and I have a wonderful relationship that is always growing, and I am so blessed to have the ability to call her my Sister in Christ.

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