For 34 days, I told you my stories. About hiking 444 miles on the ancient Natchez Trace. About spending five weeks with my almost-80-year-old father. About the ghost of Meriwether Lewis. About how To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis came together.

As I limped up to the end of my 34-day walk of the Natchez Trace, I wanted to read YOUR stories, times in your lives when you wanted to quit but didn’t. Your comments, your sharing made it a universal celebration of success. I’m fortunate to know so many tough, dogged, resilient people, to call you my friends.

Thank you for filling the last few miles of my Natchez Trace walk with your richness, your humor and your joy.

I signed one book at the finish line. Milepost 442 on the Natchez Trace. I used that book for a special task: my very first author reading.

natchez trace, meriwether lewis

Last night, I asked my fabulous Nashville hostess Tori Young if her son Thomas could draw the winner’s name. He bounded into the room and waited while I shook up the entries. Tori, Thomas and I are all witness to the winner.

thomas winner

Congratulations, Lisa Kramer!!!

You still have DAYS to share your way to a free trip to Charleston!! Tweet, Facebook, type and review your way to Charleston, South Carolina in the To Live Forever Journey to Charleston Contest. The more you enter, the better your chance to WIN. Click here to find out more: Support My Aching Feet.

You’ve heard me blather on and on and on about the book. You’ve watched me drag my tortured body across three states. So, why not READ it? To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis is available in paperback and e-book formats at these outlets: Click to Purchase To Live Forever.



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