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Is it worth a pair of Uggs?

Jody Seguine

True and touching, these short stories are inspirational and will be helpful to anyone who desires to share their faith in Jesus.

 

Written for the purpose of inspiring other believers to open their mouths and share the love and truth of Jesus Christ. Jody Seguine has an amazing testimony of God's grace that has helped her touch the lives of countless people throughout her years of ministry and outreach. These wonderful heartwarming stories will be sure to touch your soul and give you some new tools to use in your witness for the gospel. A woman of action; Jody's boldness is contagious and her unbelievable spirit of giving opens peoples heart to the goodness of God. You can use this book as a daily devotional or give it to others as a great resource in thier ministry tackle box. May you venture to be a great fisher of men!

 
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GE Technician

    He came out before to fix our microwave and it took at least 2 months for the part to come in and for him to come back. I was frustrated it was taking so long until I was able to see that God had a plan in it all.
 
     Yes the GE technician finally made it back. I ended up talking to him about his job and about his family. I found out that he was married for so many years he had lost count, and then I finally asked him the most important question. I said to him, “Do you know if you are going to heaven when you die?” He said, “Yes, I think I am going.” I asked him, “So if you were to get there, what would you say got you there?”  He said, “Believing in Jesus and doing the things He wants you to do. Like the 10 commandments.” I went on to say,You know most people would have said it’s because they have been a good person. I’m glad you know Jesus, and it is true that our actions should follow what we say we believe in our heart.” Then he went on to say, “Do you ever watch that show where the guy claims to be Jesus?” I said, “No.” He continued, “Seriously, people call in and he answers them as if he were Jesus himself.” I said, “That’s scary.” He asked, “Why? He might be. He seems so sincere and seems to know what he’s talking about and everything he says sounds like he truly cares and believes he is Jesus.” I said, “Let me show you something.I silently prayed for the Lord to show me where the scripture was as I opened up my Bible to the New Testament and behold, it was right there in front of me. I read to him from Luke 21:8, And He said, Take heed that you not be deceived. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am He’, and, ‘the time is growing near. ‘Therefore do not go after them. I said to the repairman, “See, Jesus is warning you right here; don’t go after, don’t listen to, don’t be fooled by people who tell you that they are Him.” I asked him if he had a Bible. He said, “Oh yes, a very old Bible.” I asked if he read it. He said, “No, not really.” I said, “Then how are you going to know warnings like the one that Jesus gave you in Luke 21 if you never pick it up and read it?”  He said, “I wouldn’t…wow, how scary!  I continued with 1 Peter 5:8, Be of sober spirit, be on the alert; your adversary the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.”  I continued, “You’ve got to be prepared, you can’t believe everything that everyone tells you. We need to be in His word, the Bible so that people like the one you’ve been watching can’t deceive you. Do you go to church?”  He said, “Yes.” I asked what church and he said the name of a Catholic church. I asked if he ever took his Bible with him when he goes. He said, “No.” So I asked, “Why not?”  He said, “I never thought to do so. As a matter of fact I don’t think anyone does.” I asked, “Well how do you know if what that man is teaching you is really correct? You see my friend; he is human just like you and me. That means he’s a sinner just like you are and he can mislead you, just like I could (Romans 3:23). If I went to church without my Bible my pastor could mislead me too. So that is why I take my Bible. I have to make sure that whatever I am being taught truly is what it says. Now, do you have a good Bible?” He asked, “What do you mean, a good Bible?”  I showed him mine and how it has a proper concordance in the back. I showed him how you could look up any word, such as “lying”, and find it in different places in the Bible and see what God has to say about lying through His word. He was amazed. I then said, “You can have my Bible. But I want you to check the concordance in the back when you go to use your Bible. You have to make sure that what I am giving you is legitimate. So look up a word and see if it is in your Bible and compare it to what you see in this one. If it lines up then you know what I gave you is true.” He said, “Wow, that’s really cool.” I said, “Now, sometimes people want to get into studying the word but they just don’t know where to begin. First of all, if you look in the very beginning of the Bible, all the books are listed.” I showed him how to look up scriptures by chapter and verse. Then I said, “The book of Proverbs has 31 chapters. That means there’s one chapter for every day of the month. So if today was the 20th I would look up Proverbs Chapter 20, and read that chapter. Also you should start reading the gospel of John. It will tell you about Jesus and His character and all that He did for you.” I showed him different things in the Word and he was completely amazed. It was as if he opened up a priceless treasure (and indeed he did). I told him that while he was on the road to listen to KWVE on the radio and he would hear some of the things I was telling him and much, much more. I encouraged him to take a Bible with him to church on Sunday and when the priest shares a scripture, to open up to that scripture and make sure that that’s what it says in the Bible. I said, “If anyone asks you why you have a Bible with you, tell them you are making sure the priest is telling you the right thing, because he’s only human; and a sinner like the rest of us.” Then maybe others may start bringing their Bible to church and you will have helped to make an important change in your church. He asked me, “What church do you go to?” So I said, “Oh, I just go to a Calvary Chapel.” I didn’t want him to think that I thought my church was any better than his. I continued to say, “You see when I was church shopping I happened to walk into our church and what I saw there was different. It was different because everyone had their Bibles and was making sure that what they were being taught was truly in there. It just made sense to me and so I’ve stayed there. Then he said, “I have a cousin who is a Jehovah’s Witness and he has been talking to me about his bible too.” So I opened the Bible and showed him the warnings about adding to God’s word from Proverbs 30:6 and Revelation 22:18 and suggested that he ask his cousin one question.Do you hope to be part of that 144,000 that make it to heaven?” When he says yes, say this, “Well in Revelation 14:3-4 it says that the 144,000 were virgin Jewish men. So if your cousin is married, not Jewish, or has ever slept with a woman, then he can’t possibly be included with the 144,000.”  I went on to tell him, If anyone brings you any doctrine other then what is in the Bible, get rid of it and only go by God’s inspired word, the Holy Bible.” As he got ready to leave he said, “Thank you so much for taking the time to explain all of this to me. I will definitely start using it.” 
 
    Proverbs 16:9 says, “A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps.” I’ve decided, or should I say I’ve been shown, that every person that comes to my house has been brought here for a reason. All I have to do is open my mouth, have my Bible within arm’s reach, and be ready to walk them through His word. It’s not something that I suddenly came up with.  Because it’s not my ideas that matter or my opinions that count anywayits God’s word that is living and active, sharper than any double-edge sword. Hebrews 4:12. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. 2 Timothy 3:16.  

   

    Brothers and sisters we have a treasure in our hands that we need to be sharing with the world. A world of people dying that believe in anything and everything they hear and see on TV. We have this priceless treasure that we need to value and that we need to know. I know there are a lot of things I still need to learn, and I never want to take what is in my hands for granted. I want to truly treasure it, read it and understand it so that I can be ready to give an answer for the hope that lies within me. The hope that I have is not in me, it’s in Him...Jesus!  Please, let’s work together, making sure that everyone hears until that last one has heard.

    “But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with all gentleness and reverence;” (1 Peter 3:15)

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kategrimes@live.co.uk wrote 827 days ago

This is a lovely book, Jody. It gets the messages across without being 'preachy' and is told in warm, gentle chapters. Backed with stars and on w/l.

Kate Grimes - LIZZIE - CUPPA TALES - TALES OF WILLOW GREEN - ANNIE

howard_dianna wrote 833 days ago

Jody is the prime example of what a christian should be. She proves her faith by her love for Jesus; and her actions. Her love for him is her way of life. She teaches her children what Jesus wants them to be, and lives her by her example. I know Jesus does love her.

When this book becomes published I would like to buy it for myself because I know it will help me in my faith, and I also it can benefit others too. I can't wait to receive the book when its released.

aprilyn wrote 832 days ago

When this book is published I would love to buy it for myself as a daily devotional and also to pass out to friends. What a great story, it brought tears to my eyes. Can't wait to have this book in my hands!

eleanor stoneham wrote 832 days ago

Jody I love this and think it should go far - there is such a demand for this kind of material. I've only dipped so far but it seems well written and real food for thought. Bookshelved. You may like to look at mine....

LSmith wrote 832 days ago

Awesome read! These chapters are true testimonies of how God works through our lives when we are obedient to His Will and Purpose. Jody is an outstanding servant for the Lord.

Shiloh Yazdani wrote 294 days ago

This is a nice book that tells us the story of things not being as important as people. The chapters are quick and easy to read. This is an all-around nice book.
Shiloh
"Courage Through Faith"

Seringapatam wrote 377 days ago

Jody, Other than the cover and the title of this book there were a number of things that attracted me to this book. The two biggest things are number 1, its current and real and secondly it feel right and modern. They are the reasons I dont normally read this genre. Thats a big compliment believe me. I really did enjoy this book and your writing style and flow makes it all worth while. I can also see this doing so well. I am a fan. So so well done.
Sean Connolly. British Army on the Rampage. (B.A.O.R) Please consider me for a read or watch list wont you?? Many thanks. Sean

evermoore wrote 461 days ago

Jody...I loved this. I will buy many copies when in print for gifts, I know that already. I particularly hold chapter 26 close for it speaks so clearly, Jody...to the love, sacrifice, and sorrow our Lord must feel, but also to the hope held in us to be His voice...His vessels.
Great body of work...(hugs)

Linda
Daniel Simmons Journey
and
Children Walking with Jesus

Peter B wrote 489 days ago

Delightful insights into the Word and putting it into practice. Anyone who has trouble forgiving somebody...has forgotten what they themselves have been forgiven for. A wonderful work that will surely enhance understanding and empower others. Good stuff, Peter B.
"The Bible I Thought I Knew"

Elizabeth Kathleen wrote 647 days ago

I can see you truly love the Lord Jesus and I am humbled by your witness for Him. May God bless you and encourage you in your ministry for and love of our dear Lord Jesus! I truly was encouraged and blessed. Thank you!
God bless!!
Elizabeth Kathleen
"If Children are Cheaper by the Dozen, Can I Get a Discount on Six?"

Tom Bye wrote 722 days ago

Hello Jody -

book- Is it worth a pair of Uggs?

Randomly read almost all of the chapters posted, and conclude that this book when published, should sit
on the bed side table of all hotels and homes out there-

These are short stories that makes on think about God and for all of us to keep the faith-

Each and all i found joy to read and they are certainly inspirational-

God bless you Jody and keep up the good work- you will be rewarded-

tom bye Dublin Ireland

book- from hugs to kisses-
Please glance at mine, you might like chapters 19- priests-chapter 20- and or 23- thanks Jody-

Author apart from the rest wrote 730 days ago

Jody,

I really enjoyed this book. I think your plug is right on track! Keep up the good work.

Dianna Lanser wrote 734 days ago

Jody,

I’ve revisited Is It Worth A Pair Of Uggs and once again I was encouraged and challenged by your personal stories of the blessings you receive by trusting and obeying God’s prompting to serve right where you are. You are a very gifted writer. Each one of your experiences are told in a way that I can envision the circumstances and people you encounter along the way. I had to chuckle at the grocery store story, imagining this small circle of people gathered around the check-out area listening to some women talk about Jesus. That is so cool.

This should be made available or sold in every church’s library or book store. Your faith in action is what Jesus has called us to do and you are leading by example. I have been inspired by your obedience and courage.

Dianna Lanser
Nothing But The Blood

SandyLizShaw wrote 758 days ago

A nice piece of Christian literature that should appeal to anyone regardless of their religious beliefs. I could see this converting atheist and non-believers alike. I hope that I will read the entire books and enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed what I have read so far.

Lizzy.

Shelby Z. wrote 778 days ago

Is it worth a pair of Uggs? by Jody Seguine
This book I keep coming back to. It is one of those wonderful everyday books you want to see published so you can by it. Then you can just pick it up and flip to your favorite story.
It is so personal and deep in its message that it holds the reader or pulls the reader back to reading more later.
Everything about it is so amazing!!'

Shelby Z./Driving Winds

Neville wrote 794 days ago

Hi, Jodi,

Your book radiates love throughout; I found it to be an inspiring read.
I’ve read a few chapters and they are all very worthwhile stories that settle in the mind.
You are doing a great service and doing it so well.
I hope you continue with your work, I’m most impressed.

Kind regards,

Neville.

Bart Jahn wrote 794 days ago

Dear Jody...I just finished reading your book. I read a few chapters every few days. I can see this book selling several hundred thousand copies in conservative, evangelical churches in the U.S. alone. It is the type of book I could see people in a particular church purchasing 25 copies or more, and placing them as free gifts on one of the tables at the entrance lobby to the church. This action alone would be a powerful investment in evanglism, if repeated across our land. The book has wide appeal and application to every person who has been Spirit-born and has a testimony of God's transforming love in their lives. The book reminds me of a very special verse in the Old Testament: "Would God that all the Lord's people were prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them" (Numbers 11:29). I pray a publisher or an agent picks this book up soon. God bless you. Bart Jahn

PTingen wrote 798 days ago

Jody,

Wow - you have quite a ministry! I love the title of your book and the cover. Very appealing. Your stories are certainly inspiring.

Many blessings to you!

Patti
He Was Never a Cat

Shelby Z. wrote 805 days ago

Exquisite piece of work!!!!!!!!!
I keep coming back to it to read more!
:-)
Good luck with it.

Shelby Z./Driving Winds

chrisq wrote 807 days ago

So many in the church are telling us we need to "relate" to the culture and be "missional" in our contact with the unbelieving world. Seldom do we see someone who does all of those things and is also unashamed to preach the true and genuine Gospel that the Apostles left us.

It's refreshing to see a person do the difficult things Jody does while being true to the charge the Holy Spirit puts on believers to be sure our message reflects that which the Bible clearly teaches. That message is the innocent dying, personal, for the guilty, the true Gospel.

Jesus came to set man free from his sin, and every man is responsible to Him for His sacrifice. Giving someone your Uggs is of no eternal benefit, but telling them you are willing to part with them so you can tell them Jesus' blood can cover their sins? Now that is evangelism and conviction that is lacking in the modern Christian "Kingdom" movement.

bigmouth wrote 811 days ago

I think the idea of a collection of short tales or modern parables to highlight or explain elements of Christian teaching is a good one - it worked quite well for Jesus if I remember correctly. However, if I am honest, I found this to me more about the author recounting a series of good deeds which, though admirable in many ways, did feel a bit like a self-promotional message than anything else. Sorry, but this didn't work for me. A great advert for this particular ministry - look at what we do! - but I cannot see this having wider appeal.

Bria Heart wrote 812 days ago

Totally inspiring!!
Each short story is so real and deep.
I keep reading the chapters to see each one.

Bria Heart <3

wingping wrote 813 days ago

God is good and God is real, again jody he has used you to reach out to people through this wonderful book. What an enjoyable read. :-)

Admirer wrote 813 days ago

I was blessed and encouraged by this book that is so easy to ready and enjoy. I am hoping to have the opportunity to buy it as gifts for friends and family!

Admirer wrote 813 days ago

I was very blessed AND encouraged by this book. It's easy and enjoyable reading that makes you wanna just keep reading more and more of her experiences. I would love to purchase the book as gifts for family and friends!

visioneerbob wrote 814 days ago

Inspiring stories that touch the heart and lift the spirit. When Jody stands before the throne of the Most High God she will surely hear "Well done good and faithful servant."

Anastacia Hawkins wrote 814 days ago

Beautifully written and extremely touching. A delight!

Anastacia Hawkins - MY SWEET LIFE

HBmama2 wrote 814 days ago

I've known Jody for nearly 20 years now, and have witnessed so many miraculous ways God has used her. These stories, amazing as they may sound, are true. Our Lord told us to "Deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Him." I think many Christians like the last part of the command, but the first two parts are not as pleasant and we like to avoid them. Jody has faced many adversities in her life, but through the power and grace of Jesus, has just grown stronger and more commited to Christ. She walks the walk of the Christian life, not just talks the talk, and is one of the most amazing women I know. I highly recommend her book and can't wait to see it published and on the bookshelf!

dj4jesus wrote 815 days ago

Everyone should read this book!

dc creations wrote 815 days ago

This is a wonderful book so full of life changing stories. Jody never shys away from sharing what people really need spiritually while meeting their immediate physical needs. She is truly an example to us all of how we can trust God to meet our needs while ministering to others. MAy God bless this undertaking and challenge others to be bold in their faith.

Shawna wrote 815 days ago

This book is very encouraging. It should be published so all can be encouraged. Jody, thank you for showing us how to live out our faith!
Shawna

julie3201 wrote 816 days ago

Very nice book, Jody. I had read quite a bit of it some time back and I do find it inspiring. I think it's wonderful that you take every opportunity to share your faith in Christ. You've done a lot. And it's probably not that you want praise heaped upon you, but rather you want us to understand that God can use our lives too in a powerful way for helping others. Yours is a wonderful testimony. Thank you for sharing that. julie

LoriU wrote 816 days ago

I think this is a wonderful book. It touched my heart. I am looking forward to purchasing it. This book will be very helpful for witnessing.

scottu wrote 816 days ago

Jody is an inspiration. I have heard her say that she wants to be doing the Lord's business when He returns and she always is. These are true accounts of her experiences and she has touched so many lives and been an inspiration to baby Christians (like I was) as well as more experienced Christians. This book would be an excellent witnessing tool and inspirational reading.

MM812 wrote 816 days ago

These story's are encouraging, as well as inspiring... I read many of the stories and so far have loved them all!!

Gao Zuojia wrote 816 days ago

I began reading this book because I got a message that someone else had backed it. I agree with What others have written: Jody is what a Christian should be; she proves her faith through deeds, instead of playing lip service to the tenets. These stories are presented in an entertaining, not preachy, manner. I strongly recommend this work and pray for Jody's success.

ddbug wrote 816 days ago

I've known Jody for 20+ years. The stories she shares are honest accounts of her every day life. She is truly an evangelist at heart, and obedient to His calling. Jody constantly challenges me to step out of my comfort zone and share both the love of Christ and my Uggs with those who are lost and hurting. Will you take the challenge if God asks you to?

Please share this inspiring book with everyone you know!

howard_dianna wrote 817 days ago

I pray those children read God's Word and found the truth.

D. S. Hale wrote 818 days ago

Jody, your stories are awesome! Our Lord is so gracious. The Lord called my husband and I into the ministry, too. I've given away everything for Him. I would love to give my testimony if you want to hear it. it will really inspire you! I've seriously thought about writing it into a book, and maybe I will. We have witnessed miracles like the Israelites from the OT days. We've witnessed healings right before our eyes, I've been visited by an angel (or at least that's what I think!).....just so many things! The Lord truly uses His people if they will allow Him!


I've given you six stars and adding you to my shelf. Great book!
Sincerely,
D. S. Hale
Jessup and the Teleporter

Dianna Lanser wrote 818 days ago

Jody,

From the opening story I was convicted of the choice I made long ago - that I would follow God no matter what the cost. Today you made me think, “Am I holding anything back from you, Lord? Show me… Help me to be obedient.

Told with an open vulnerable heart, your little stories speak volumes of truth and encouragement.

I especially liked number four “Common Ground” How comforting to see God bring you full circle. You used your past difficulties to bring hope to someone who was going through what you had once experienced. When you wrote, “God entrusted Job with these trials because He knew that Job could bear it without giving up his faith in God.” it shed new light on my own troubles. “Thank you, God for believing in me… keep me strong.”

Jody, I read through chapter five and, of course, I wanted to keep going. You have the wonderful gift of loving, and caring, and sharing. You use them well. May God bless you and your ministry. Six stars and a promised backing.

Dianna Lanser
Nothing But The Blood

Shelby Z. wrote 820 days ago

I read some more of this.
I love it!
So Special!!

Shelby Z./Driving Winds

Bria Heart wrote 820 days ago

WHOA!
This an amazing piece of work you have here.
The cover is fun as is the title.
What an inspiring group of stories and scriptures! It really moved me!
I didn't see one mistake in here.
I very much enjoyed the Christmas story on seven or eight I can't remember now. It was very well portrayed.
Grand work you've done with this book.
May God take you far with it.

Bria Heart <3

Mystery Reader wrote 820 days ago

You have a fantastic skill of telling your stories. They are personal and so deep that they hit the heart.
Don't give up!!
I hope your book does well.
God bless you for writing these to encourage and inspire people most of all Christians.

*Reader*

Abralynne wrote 820 days ago

Thanks for sharing your experiences, feelings, and evangelistic attitude with the rest of us! So many times we feel we have to do the BIG things...but a little grace, a little encouragement, and a little smile or hug is all it takes to change someone's day - or life!
Reading these stories makes me want to flash forward and find out what happens next...but instead I will strive to start my own stories, or testimonies for other people.
Good luck Jody, this book is written in a style that will definitely appeal to the younger generation, a huge portion of our population and believers that we cannot afford to ignore. You will definitely fuel their hearts to spark a fire within and carry the word of the Lord to anyone they encounter.

CRJJWS wrote 821 days ago

This a very moving compilation of short stories. Each of the stories have a common thread, Jesus Christ. I love how the writer finds a creative way to meet each individual right where they are and leaves a imprint on their hearts and soul. I would recommend this book to church groups that are looking to evangelize and impact their communities with the good news of the gospel.

Painted Pony wrote 822 days ago

I've read a couple of chapters and am impressed with your ability to draw inspiration out of everyday encounters. I have so wanted to write something along these lines regarding some analogies God has revealed to me through everyday experiences, but am simply too busy trying to finish my novel to do so:) Best of luck with this friend - Highly starred! Ruby

iandsmith wrote 822 days ago

Cool.

Kerry Young wrote 822 days ago

This book is an inspiration to anyone that has a heart for evangelism. At the same time, it challenges those that are praying for boldness!

psoup wrote 822 days ago

This book of 'real life' events and testimony is the natural progression of your relationship with our Lord, and I am confident that He will continue to use you in the area that you are called. And that my friend is evangelism!!! I read your book, and was truly blessed and inspired. Thank you for your bold and generous heart!
<3
PeggySue

Shelby Z. wrote 822 days ago

Very Well written.
I think it is a wonderful put together and written book. Each story is special and full of real life.
I don't know why I haven't read this before now. It is a wonderful book idea.
The cover is creative as is the title.
Wonderfully done!

Shelby Z./Driving Winds

Mystery Reader wrote 822 days ago

I didn't know what to expect from this book.
I found it amazing!
It is so well written with so much heart and depth to it.
Yes, we Christians don't often remember just how special it is to share are faith. We aren't here for us, we are here for HIM!
I love the pitch and most of all the cover. The title is very unique but perfect.
Great work!!
God bless you.

*Reader*

waiting wrote 822 days ago

Jody, as always may you lead by example. This book should ignite with in all of us a desire to challenge ourselves to serve our Lord with all of our hearts, mind, and soul.

Nathan Maki wrote 823 days ago

Wow, Jody,

What an incredible story to inspire the title of your book. As I've worked down the list toward your book I've often wondered, "What does that title mean?" This story will stick with me for sure. I can identify with what you're talking about, doing street ministry. I did that for a good while. Every week I'd buy sandwich meat, two loaves of bread, a pack of cheese, a head of lettuce, and make good ham sandwiches to go hand out downtown. I was young, and it was about 20 bucks a week, but I knew it was worth it. "Inasmuch as ye do it unto the least of these..."

I'm happy to give this book six stars and hope it stays on the top-rated books list for a long time to come. I've got it on my watchlist to back next time I rotate my shelf as well.

God bless you for sharing this inspiring book, and thanks again for backing my book too.

Nathan Maki - A War Within

Bart Jahn wrote 824 days ago

I just finished reading through chapter 11 today. I will try to read some each day to complete the book. This is a very well written book, with some wonderful and powerful Christian truths and lessons for all of us. We all have different personalities...I have found that if I am "prayed up", God will send someone into my path at work or out walking, that has a need that the Holy Spirit can meet through me. The greatest thrill in my life is to be able to share the gospel words of salvation or encouragement to someone. This is a good test for the Authonomy system...your book should be picked up by one of the large Christian publishers. You have a genuine gift for evangelism and a good writing style. God bless you. Bart Jahn

Maria Constantine wrote 825 days ago

Jody, the stories you recount are thought provoking and moving. I like the way you break it up in to short chapters to give the reader time to ponder on what they have just read. The cover looks really good, love the title and the story about the Uggs will stay with me. Maria (Georgina's Family) :)

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