Hi Jason! Wow you get around don't you! lol I also became your friend last week on both Facebook pages and this morning you posted on MY blog! I'm very humbled and honored that you could take the time to do that. I hope I described the Christmas Jar story accurately enough. I have to be honest with you, I don't 100% follow Glenn Beck, boy he makes me mad sometimes! But that day I couldn't help but sit in awe watching the TWO of you discuss such a small but life changing gift of compassion. He earned alot of my respect that day :). I will without a doubt share my Christmas Jar story with you! And I could only hope that at least one other person from my blog picks up the idea of giving a Jar too. Merry Christmas to you and yours! God Bless :)
Beth, that's what we love to hear! I'm thrilled you gave Beck a chance that night. And I'm so excited you're giving a jar away. Let me know how it goes!
I also was touched by listening to Glen Beck's show on satelite radio commuting back home from work. I started a jar and it's under my tree right now. I have a stitching blog and have encouraged others to read your book. I even had one person get the book for me and she was so kind to send it to me. I can't believe how kind she is to do that. I can't wait to read the book. I have another book of yours to read, Wednesday's Letters as well.the Christmas Jar is more meaningful to me this year because instead of buying alot of expensive gifts for family that do not appreciate it, I am doing the Christmas jars and giving anonymously to people who are in need.God Bless you!Jennifer DalenbergNorth Georgiahttp://www.feathersinthenest.blogspot.com/
JasonMy jar is just about full and just in time for Christmas! Thank you so much for inspiring us all with the book! It was wonderful to meet you in person at the Timeout for Women in Richmond VA! May you and your beautiful family have a very Merry Christmas!Warm Regards,Edie ClemonsKnoxville,TN