Don’t Fade Before the Big Moment

Judy Squier Holding Christmas Star at Book Launch Party

I was honored to be honored early this month with a book signing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Thank you to Kristin Day, the perfect hostess who welcomed us all into her castle in Portola Valley. Hot cider, scrumptious cookies, cheeses and fruits were served around His Majesty’s humble manger, as forty dear friends and family members celebrated my impossible dream come true. I read Chapter 15, “Keeping Jesus In,” sold and signed many books, then gave everyone a glittering star, celebrating the BIG MOMENT in this wanna-be-a-published-writer’s life.

I still remember the BIG MOMENT on August 13 when we received the proof of His Majesty. Some books flow and some grind. My book  required ten plus years of writing class after writing class, where feeble attempts were tweaked and tweaked and tweaked with finally one story then another making it to paper. Despite my waxing and waning discipline, God birthed His Majesty in Brokenness. As I behold the finished product, my goose bumps whisper: “I can’t believe I lived every one of these stories!”

What’s your BIG MOMENT for this decade? Or are you praying for it to happen in 2011. A goal? A relationship? A healing? To fan the flame of your longing, I pass on my favorite quote from Ann Kiemel, the author of the book I Love the Word Impossible: “Life is filled with ordinary days, when there’s no one there to praise you and no one to pat you on the back. But throw your very best into today and one day all those ordinary days will make a BIG MOMENT in your life.”

Here are a few photos. More can be found on my Facebook Page.

Judy Squier Reading "Keeping Jesus In." Photo courtesy of Pat Sikora

Judy Reading Chapter to Guests

Judy Squier Signing Books

Judy's Christmas Ornament Gold Star Favor for the Guests

Judy Signature

About Judy Squier

Judy Squier born without complete legs, learned early on about God's presence in suffering. She's been an inspirational speaker since age thirteen with a passion to help others find God's gold in the rubble of their lives. Judy is the mother of three adult daughters and lives with her husband, David, in southern Oregon.
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2 Responses to Don’t Fade Before the Big Moment

  1. Daisy Girl says:

    I love the stars!! Where did you find them? I am still working on a shoe for you!! I miss you, and we just live 1 mile apart. I will see you Thursday nite. We are bringing Pie!! I will also need to get 6 books from you. I ‘ll bring a check.
    Love you my friend,
    Daisy

  2. colleen says:

    I just stumbled upon your website. I definitely am interested in your life story and your writings. I so admire you already and I haven’t even read your book.

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