Sunday, May 10, 2009


Happy Mother's Day! In honor of all the parents out there, I am giving away Vision Forum's The State of Parental Rights in America DVD.

All Things Granola is all about the building stronger families. Families that will stand through tough times. All Things Granola wants to put the emphasis back on our roles within the family, specifically the mothers. Go back to the "granola" lifestyle and enjoy being a mother and wife. We are losing our parental rights quickly and quietly here in America, but that doesn't mean we can't fight it!

So to win this DVD you need to leave a comment before May 12, midnight. Comment what you love about being a parent or what you cherish about your parents. You will get an extra entry for linking to this post. Just leave another comment letting me know where to find your link! Make sure you leave contact information.


His Honeybee said...

Hi Felicia! Thanks for this great offer. I am going to post about it on my blog and if I can figure out how to link to it, I'll do that on a few of the blogs that I follow that has lots of readers. Those would be: and
My blog is:// And I'll post about it on Facebook.
So, that might be, what, four entries?
And, I love being a momma, because I can love them each and every day, listen to them laugh, and kiss them when they cry. I can be here like my mom wasn't able to (she died when I was 7). It's a redempive thing going on in my heart as a mother. I love that God has blessed me with four beautiful gifts from Him to love.

Sarah Mae said...

Very cool giveaway!

I love being a mommy because I have the opportunity to disciple them day in and day out for the Lord. I am so blessed!


Jenny said...

Hi Felicia! What a great giveaway! I've posted it in two places, so far:
Frontier Freedom Forum here:
and here:
Being a Mama to our boys is such a blessing, especially after all those years it took us to adopt. It's the most rewarding "job" in the world. Since we adopted, we're "older" parents. Every time I get to feeling too old and worn out to raise such energetic young men, I think of my grandmother who raised us. She always said we kept her young. Wish she was still here to give me advice on raising my children, but thankfully she taught me to rely on God.

Anonymous said...

Direct quote from me: "I have seen so much in life since my children have been apart of it. From the ups & downs, from the hugs to heart breaks … each event with them is special."

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