Remember the Roses
There are 65 million single women in the U.S. and many more worldwide, yet most feel like one of few, living single in a doubles world. Enter Remember the Roses -- a go-to-guide for the woman longing for true love...
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There are 65 million single women in the U.S. and many more worldwide, yet most feel like one of few, living single in a doubles world. Enter Remember the Roses -- a go-to-guide for the woman longing for true love and needing hope ‘til it arrives. Based on a dream of a road lined with roses, Lynette Lewis shares her real-life story of waiting until 42 to marry. She outlines practical tools and strategies for: • Cultivating a vision for the BEST, and not compromising • Dealing honestly with emotions of jealousy, frustration, and hopelessness • Holding on to life-giving scriptures and truths relative to singleness • Creatively directing “desire” and “sexual energy” • Living it up while waiting, making the most of every juncture in the journey This entertaining, quick-read book has three sections – the first highlighting ups, downs, and heartaches (her 65 blind dates!) leading up to the wedding day. The second features “lessons learned” and “gifts received” like The Gift of Personal Wholeness and The Gift of Dreaming Big for Your Life. Finally, a handful of journal excerpts illustrate common emotions so real when love tarries, along with scriptures addressing these emotions. Women young and old will Remember the Roses long after they read, and will enjoy the on-line community that further encourages book sales and interaction with other readers.
Lynette Lewis is a business consultant, author, and sought-after speaker in both corporate and Christian venues. Her book, Climbing the Ladder in Stilettos has received recognition from numerous sources. An often-quoted expert on marketing, PR, and branding, her 28-year career includes senior positions in New York City. Lynette and her husband, Ron Lewis, are founders of StopChildTraffickingNow.org.