And the Winner of the Allume Scholarship is….

Tammy from The Skipper Clan! {insert loud cheering here!}

Tammy Writes:

God is using my words, this space, to share what He is doing in my life, in the hope that it will encourage you. Being a steward of the words He gives me, of this space, of my time. That is what it means to be a Write It, Girl.

Tammy was chosen by random number generator for this post she wrote last week. Her prize? A ticked to the Allume Social Conference in October!

Thanks so much to all who entered, we loved reading your words! And thank you Write It, Girl community for being you and being awesome.

Katie and I will be dreaming up something sweet for the Summer Write It, Girl Tour.  Either that, or we will be on the beach catching some rays.  In the mean time, you stay connected on Twitter using the #writeitgirl or by visiting each other through the Write It Girl, Directory.  We love you all!  Keep writing!

 

About Stacey

Stacey is Mike’s wife and the mother of 4 vibrant girls. She is a Writer Girl who loves God’s Word and connecting with women. You can find her blogging at 29lincolnavenue where she hopes to encourage your heart, grow in faith together, and talk about the stuff of life. Stacey is blessed to be part of MODsquad Blog for Mothers of Daughters and co-author of the ebook "Hope for The Weary Mom". Follow her on Twitter @stacey29lincoln.

Comments

  1. Hooray! Congrats and hope Tammy will share her fun time with us by WRITING about it!

  2. Congrats Tammy!! Have a GREAT time!

  3. I am so grateful I cannot begin to express it. Thank you Stacey and Katie for acting on the prompts of God and starting this community. May God be glorified through this!

  4. Well we have had Dante and Curtis for 2 months now, and are keipeng both of them busy! Dante is getting worked regularly and is getting MUSCLES!! I didn’t think he would develop his neck muscles he had been so starved before coming to HEART, but slowly but surely, they are popping up!! He looks great! And he went to a dressage schooling show just to visit, not to be ridden or show, just to see what he thought of things, and did GREAT! I am still sticking to walk/trot in the round pen for now as we get used to each other; he has been ridden in our arena and out on the trail by a trainer. He is such a sweet horse.Curtis is enjoying getting all the attention that Joey can give him, he will stand still for cross tying (!) which he didn’t know how to do, and will stand still better for mounting and has quit being a little bitey about having his saddle put on. I think he’s getting more and more used to us, and Joey certainly enjoys him. He had been riding in our round pen but recently started riding out in the big arena, and Curtis threw in a few little bucks the other day! Joey’s eyes got really big but he stayed on and thought it was fun!So it is fun to see how these guys are getting used to us and their new jobs!! We love them both!

Trackbacks

  1. [...] word seems inadequate to describe how I feel about winning this scholarship to attend the Allume Social Conference in [...]

Speak Your Mind

*