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This book is filled with uplifting words to make a difference in someone’s life and tell someone special, “I prayed for you today.” Whether you’re experiencing a temporary setback, a health issue, or some unexpected, life-altering event, these good thoughts and best wishes are positive reminders that, with the help and support of family, faith, and friends, anything is possible.
In her characteristic spirit of optimism, which has made her one of country music’s most memorable stars, Donna Fargo shares with readers some of the lessons she’s learned when faced with mountains in her own life. She encourages taking authority over problems, living life one day at a time, and always believing in the importance of prayer. Donna inspires readers to trust that you are not alone, that God is with you all the time, but it is your responsibility to draw near to Him and to develop your faith. She believes that prayer is the most loving way to show someone how much you care.
Donna inspires us to trust that we are not alone, that God is with us all the time, but it is our responsibility to draw near to Him and to develop our faith. She believes that prayer is the most loving way to show someone how much you care.
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Donna Fargo is perhaps best known as "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.," referring to the Grammy Award-winning song she wrote and recorded. That song and her self-penned follow-up hit, "Funny Face," established her as the first female country music artist with back-to-back million-selling number-one singles. Prior to achieving superstardom and becoming one of the most prolific songwriters in Nashville, Donna was a high-school English teacher. She has always had an intense love for the English language, and with her writings Donna taps into that "sensitive place from where feelings come, as they are born and sculptured in the private confines of the heart." It is her hope that those who read and share her words will become connected in a more meaningful way.
Some of Donna's other hit records include: That Was Yesterday, Somebody Special, Superman, You Were Always There, You Can't Be a Beacon, and U.S. of A. She has received six Academy of Country Music Awards, five Billboard Awards, fifteen Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI) Writing Awards, and two National Association of Recording Merchandisers Awards. She has been honored by the Country Music Association, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and the Music Operators of America. As a writer, her most coveted awards, in addition to the Robert J. Burton Award that she won for Most Performed Song of the Year, are her Million-Airs Awards, presented to writers for attaining the blockbuster status of one million or more performances.
Today, in addition to writing nonstop, Donna continues to tour throughout the United States, performing before sold-out capacity crowds. Her books and greeting cards have become established favorites among Blue Mountain Arts fans.
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Book Description Blue Mountain Arts, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0883969238
Book Description Blue Mountain Arts, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110883969238