Giving Dreams Away

Three years ago, a dream began to form in my heart. It was a dream that seemed too big. Too far off. A dream that many thought I wouldn’t be able to accomplish and maybe wasn’t worth trying at all.

That dream is about to come true.

It’s unbelievable. The boxes of books in my garage seem as if they will vanish when I open my eyes in the morning. I’m struck with this deep sense of gratefulness that my dream is coming true. That God chose me to write this book.


Do you have a dream in your heart? Something that feels too big. Or nearly impossible. I’m here to tell you that if it didn’t feel huge, then it wouldn’t be a dream. It’s not a quick turn-around or a weekend project.

Dreams take perseverance.


And the right time in history to unfold.

Keep dreaming. Continue to work towards your dream. You’ll never regret the process of reaching for something too big, because those too big dreams shape the person inside of you.

Make you stronger and more authentically you.

And when that dream finally comes true, the only thing you can do is give it away. To as many people as you can. Inspiring them to dream big dreams too.

It only feels right to give a book away. And not just me but YOU.

My birthday is coming up on August 13th and I’ll be giving a book to someone. Who can then give it to someone else. Just post a picture of yourself with your copy of A Prairie Devotional in some wonderful place (I’d suggest being creative) onto my Facebook page or Instagram feed.

Make sure to tag me so I can see it. The winner will be announced August 14th.

Here’s to dreams coming true!

Much love,


4 responses to “Giving Dreams Away”

  1. My birthday is the 20th of august I can’t wait to get my copy from the walnut Grove museum Thank you you are Awesome.

  2. Chris Gulluscio Avatar
    Chris Gulluscio

    I love this Wendi! Thank you so much for the inspiration. I stopped dreaming after getting Lymes and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever from a tick bite about 7 years ago. I could not function, we lost almost everything. I have owned a business, restored a 200 year old plantation, got a pilots license, etc etc and all that seems like a distant memory that never happened. I have slowly gotten better but can’t seem to be able to tackle anymore of those lifelong dreams. Your recovery from a brain tumor, positive outlook and faith in God is a beacon. Thank you for following your dream and passion and using your platform to reach those in need of inspiration and encouragement through God’s word.

  3. I would like to read a copy of your book and it looks very good

  4. yolandabiltjinitis6633 Avatar

    Well we share the same birthday, August 13th. Hooray. Love the number 13. I wish you a happy birthday.
    I just downloaded your Devotional on audio. I can’t wait to snuggle with my favorite throw blanket and a cup of java and dive into some words of wisdom.
    I live in Western Nebraska where the Oregon Trail pioneers actually passed through. We have Scottsbluff National Monument where you can actually see wagon ruts and drive up or walk up to the very top and see for miles away and the valley below. We have another large visual marker you can see from miles away called Chimney Rock that the pioneers wrote and drew in their diaries.
    Thank you for your book and I’m hoping inspiration will prompt you to another book.

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