Today I want to tell you about a new book by a Nangie graduate, Megan DiMaria. Nancy and I first met Megan in Estes Park, I think, and we reconnected with her again at our Glen Eyrie conference. Megan’s first novel, published by the great folks at Tyndale House, features a wife who is trying to spice up her marriage to her rather undemonstrative hubby. It’s cute . . . and meaingful.
I owe Megan a huge thank you for telling me about “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.” I was working on SHE ALWAYS WORE RED at the Glen Eyrie conference, and Megan talked with me about her work–she has a day job at a photographer’s studio, and the photographer is very involved in this service for parents who have lost their babies. I used the idea–in fact, I mentioned the real service–in SAWR. I think it’s important and meaningful for parents who lose their little babies through disease to have some sort of memento so they can tangibly remember the little one who will forever be in their hearts and minds. You can check out the organization here.