My Favorite Things is MORE than a place to shop!
Itís also a "forum" for sharing healthy info!
Long before we had shelves filled with products, we had our educational newsletter!
Itís called "The Forum" and itís free, but you must REQUEST it. (*I should warn you - I do try and PACK EACH ONE with tons of information and education, but itís only emailed out about once every 3 weeks.)
SIMPLY DO TWO THINGS -
* email us using the "Contact Us" link at the top of our "home" page. (*Look for the tiny email "envelope" at the top of the page)
* ask to be added to our newsletter mailings. Weíll need your address because our emailings are grouped by location. (*We do this because sometimes, if Mark travels, he can meet up with folks and make deliveries!)
If you ever wish to be removed from future newsletters, just ask nicely and weíll gladly do so! Also, please know that we do NOT sell or share contact information, either.
So what are "others" saying about our Forum newsletter?
Hereís some testimonials from readers -
A 2003 Forum featured the Brown Recluse Spider, complete with a photograph! A reader wrote,
"Hi Cindy: I just wanted to share with you what happened this week. When I got this email, I looked through your spider pixs and kind of filed it away on the back of my mind. We went camping to Myrtle Beach this week. While camping, I saw a spider crawling up our screened in porch. I scooped it up in a cup and drowned it. When I looked at it I thought it looked like the pix you had sent. So, I showed it to the neighbors and the lady said that it was a brown recluse and that her daughter had been bitten by one on her toe and she almost lost the toe.......On the last night we were there, my daughter spotted a spider inside our camper!!! A few feet from where our son was sleeping. Once again, it was a brown recluse. It was very freaky. I really prayed hard for Godís protection over us and He did protect us. Not only did I get that pix from you right before we left for camping, but He spared us from bites from any of those poisonous spiders. I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU!"
One reader actually has a "Cindy" file on her computer for my newsletters! How cool is that?! She wrote,
"Did I tell you I have a "Cindy" file on my email that I put some information related to you in there that I think is helpful. This is going to be one of those emails. Thank you."
Another reader writes,
"WELL, THIS WAS ACTUALLY A NOTE TO TELL YOU HOW MUCH I APPRECIATE YOUR NEWSLETTER. THE FACT THAT YOU INCLUDE NOT JUST HEALTH INFO, BUT A VARIETY OF INFORMATIVE AND INTERESTING (AND PERSONAL) INFORMATION, KEEPS IT INTERESTING, UP TO DATE, SINCERE AND KEEPS ME UP WITH YOUR FAMILIES DOINGS. THANK YOU. KEEP UP THE GOOD (AND HARD) WORK."
A reader wrote back,
"Wow!! you have blessed me...with so much info...."
A reader from far, far away - way on the OTHER side of the good íole USA wrote,
"Good Morning Cindy. My sincere THANKS for all the valuable information you have shared with us this year. You really are enriching peoples lives. I Wish You and Your Family a Peaceful and Happy Christmas Season. Kind Regards."
A dear friend that is a NURSE wrote,
"FABULOUS FORUM, Cindy! Well done, they are all good, but this might be one of the best! I will pray God blesses your very hard work and good research!"
Another reader wrote -
"Whoa Cindy! What a fantastic newsletter! Yes, please sign me up ...."
I wrote an e-newsletter regarding the current status of grain supply in this country, as well as other major countries, and a reader wrote -
"Hi Cindy -
"I want to thank you for this great e. Good job on the research. Intriguing and alarming."
"Thanks for the charming newsletter, Cindy. Always enjoy reading them."
"You are so helpful and informative. I love all this information coming my way. Regards,"
After the death of our beloved horse, "Dollor", a reader wrote,
"I am so sorry to hear about all the trevails in your family, lately. Know that you are in my prayers. The hardest part of loving is having to say good bye. But the love and memories make it so worthwhile. Thank you for educating everyone on horses even in your grief. I found it most inteesting. I always love your newsletters, because of the many extras that you take the time to include."
Countless hours of work go into each free e-newsletter. Thank you to those who appreciate and enjoy each one. You make the work worthwhile! :O)