Desperate Ladies Church Group
Posted August 18, 2009 10:23 a.m. EDT
Updated August 18, 2009 10:27 a.m. EDT
Earlier this summer I received an email from a woman in Chatham County. The subject line read: “Invitation from a Desperate Ladies Church Group.” That’s what I call an attention grabber!
Mary Hall is president of the Brown’s Chapel United Methodist Church Women’s Group. They meet several times a year at the church on Chicken Bridge Road near Pittsboro.
Mary asked me to come join "the desperate ladies” for a lasagna luncheon at the church and play some of my Celtic music and read some of the stories from my book Blue Ridge Reunion. Mary went to say: “Some of these ladies can be quite persnickety when they don't get what is promised.”
How could I say “no?” Last Saturday I drove over to Chicken Bridge Road and entertained the kind ladies of Brown’s Chapel Church. We had a wonderful time and it was great making some new friends.
Today’s question: what would you put in the subject line of your email if you wanted me to perform at your church or civic group? I will honor the person with the most interesting and creative pitch with a musical performance and book reading/signing.
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