This may have been my longest blog hiatus ever! It was completely unintended, and I can offer no explanation. Blogging just didn’t happen. Since my last post, I’ve turned 50 and read some books, among other things like working and sleeping and chores. Paul and I got away to the beach for my birthday, and we’ve visited my peeps in Chattanooga, and they’ve visited us. I’ve done a little knitting, but it’s just somehow remained in the knitting bag during these sauna-like days of summer.
I will try to get back in the blogging habit, but for now, I’ll leave you with a few random thoughts:
~ If you’re looking for a good Bible study (where you actually study your Bible, and not a book that occasionally references a few verses here or there), I highly recommend Kathleen B. Nielson’s studies. I’ve done several. Right now I’m working through John: That You May Believe, and it is soooooo good.
~ I’ve read quite a few books this summer (instead of blogging, right?). Here are a few of my favorites:
The Lake House – Kate Morton (and it’s $2.99 on Kindle right now!)
Kitchen Confidential – Anthony Bourdain The man could write.
Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption – Bryan Stevenson I want everyone I know to read this one.
The Paris Wife – Paula McLain Books about adultery are usually not my favorite, but this one is well-written, and so thought-provoking (and it sent me down a Google rabbit hole of checking out Ernest Hemingway’s tragic family members). There are some lines that will stick with me.
I hope to be back soon. If you’re still here, thanks ever so much for not giving up on me!