Edit: A Lutheran book has just been published! I’ll review it as soon as my copy arrives! Woo hoo!
There has not been a recent death in my family, but I’m curious about finding good resources. Do any of you have any book recommendations to help little ones with the loss of an infant brother/sister? Due to miscarriage or anything else? You know, small sibling loss? Below are a few suggestions from a deaconess friend, but we haven’t found one from a solid Lutheran perspective yet.
I love RhymeZone.com. What rhymes with holy? Ravioli and Mostaccioli! (And, my spell-checker thinks I meant to write molestation.)
Seriously, folks. Let’s keep it human and with a sense of humor. 😀
Calling a sick day. Really, I blame Facebook syndrome. I’ve though of several good posts in the last two weeks, but sketched ’em out in my mind and never got ’em to black on white! Sigh. So, sick day. No post worked up ahead of time. Bleh
A sentiment/scenario was sent in and it really resonates with me: “I’ve forgotten my why. I can’t seem to grab hold of it for more than a few minutes and then it slips away.”
I’ve got a story idea to share today from a regular contributor to the Cranach blog, Carl Vehse, about Christianizing robots. 🙂
A non-computer day! Enjoy your vocations!!!
A few public service announcements:
People, when you quote Luther online or in a book, please, please, please include an actual reference to the man himself. Seriously, it’s like proof texting went from the Bible to Luther. Let’s bring context back! And the ability to read and study more on various topics! 🙂
Also, it looks like CPH will be having a good number of good looking books debut in October. I typically post on them on their release day, but I’ll try not to just advertise CPH all the time. That could get to be tedious blog-reading (and blog-writing!). Still, you may want to save up a little spending money for October.
Random resource: Do you know about Librivox? Basically it’s a website where you can have all sorts of great books read aloud to you! AWESOME! Yay books!