On behalf of the Tablescapes committee and the entire crowd that heard your wonderful talk - thank you for sharing such an inspiring message and challenging us to replace comparison with compassion.

Hearts & Hands Tablescapes Luncheon Chairman May 13, 2016

"On the nonfiction front, I did a lot of starting and skimming. A chunk of the middle of “Girl in Glass.” A few pages of “When Kids Call the Shots.” Pretty nearly all of Kay Wills Wyma’s “I’m Happy for You (Sort of … Not Really).” I loved that book’s message: We live in an age of discontent and envy, and if you can think (and better yet, mean) “I’m happy for you,” you’re so much better off."

From NYT Motherlode’s: Shelf, iPad, Bed Table: Reading, May 2015 April 5, 2017

"You were excellent! A breath of fresh air! I'm still thinking about some of your sweet but challenging words." M.A.

 

 

Thrive Festa della Donna, Keynote April 6, 2017

Loved hearing from you Kay as you are always so encouraging, uplifting and you make me LAUGH!! Thank you for sharing your gift of encouragement and teaching with us!!!! -L.M.

Thrive Festa della Donna, Keynote April 6, 2017

Kay Wills Wyma’s column, “A True Tale as old as time,” printed in today’s Times Record News (Tuesday, April 11, 2017) is an excellent and important piece that is truly worthy of passing along to adults, children and grandchildren alike. It is timeless—a "true tale" that would make C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, and J. R. R. Tolkien proud. She is quite a gifted writer and apologist for Christianity and has captured the indirect style and use of the fairytale and myth as understood and appropriated by these brilliant writers before her and throughout the history of civilization. - L. Staley, Wichita Falls

Wichita Fallas Times and Record News April 14, 2017

Kay, your words really resonated with everyone. Thank you for reminding us we were created on purpose and with YOU-nique giftedness.

HPMS Lunch Bunch April 21, 2017

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