Friday, September 21, 2012

The Invitation & Question pour vous

In March, I'm speaking at a women's retreat outside of Austin.  Which of these seem to be a more welcoming invitation?


Linking with Sandra and Deidra.

20 comments :

  1. I really like the first best too.

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  2. I'm echoing these gals' vote.. the first one is just "warmer" :)

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  3. ha! i like the second one! but what do i know? :)

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  4. They're beautiful, but the first one speaks to me...# 2 seems more like a takeaway.
    A blessing upon your speaking engagement. Would love to hear how it goes.
    Peace and good.

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  5. Yup - #1. Like the words, the font and the centering of the text.

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  6. To me, the first version sounds like a warm, encouraging offer.
    The second one, by focusing on my response, made me feel inadequate. I'm sure that's just because of my tendency toward inconsistency. (I could almost read it as a scolding.)

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  7. Beautiful Pictures and timeless message! I like the first one best.

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  8. I like all the comments, and I would agree that the first one is more welcoming, BUT I like the second one best. The first one has too many words for me, but I think I just like short and sweet. I think the second one just sounds like we're going to dig deep, which I like. ;)

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  9. Okay...the first one is more welcoming, but I do like the less text in the second...I'm sure you will be a great speaker, Jen :)

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  10. Jen, I love the text at the bottom of the first. Beautiful!

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  11. I be right by your side--always. First!

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  12. I like both of them, but the first really grabbed my attention. One reason? I've always been exactly like that... can't walk and NOT go around the curves or up and down the hills w/o seeing what's on the other side. I've had that reputation for nearly 50 years! I'm also very glad the Lord takes those walks with me, and protects me, especially when I DON'T know what's around the bend, and HE does.

    Blessings as you make your decision and put your pieces together.

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