My friends, I know I should post a more respectable piece than this, but I’m caught up in two senses. First, I’m about to wrap up something like four books I accidentally started reading at the same time. (That is feeling AMAZING!) Second, I’m finally watching the new Poldark and I can hardly get myself to stop! 😂
Monthly Archives: January 2020
I read a very clever book about content and balance: Content: How to Find Balance in Life When the World is At Your Fingertips by Lutheran author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, etc., Rebecca Lemke. So here’s a review!
I used to keep a list of Lutheran bloggers, but blogs are sort of dropping in and out of existence, as they always have, so I stopped maintaining the page. Still, an occasional post to remind you that Lutherans are still blogging might be helpful to some. 🙂
I saw a little article with some general encouragement in it and thought I’d share it with you. The long and the short of it is that one is never too old to embrace the time and opportunities given to them. 🙂
My friends, while I can’t claim to have read all that Lutheran author Rev. Michael L McCoy has written, I think I’ve caught up on all his fiction! Last but not least (and, actually, I suspect not last although I don’t think anything has been published lately): Magwort and the Master!
So today’s post is just a little personal recap. If you don’t care, feel free to ignore!