Monthly Archives: May 2022
Today is my birthday! 🙂 Cinnamon rolls are baking in the oven and my sister and her family, God-willing, arrive from Australia today! Thanks be to God!
In other news, here’s a 10% off coupon code for Lulu: INFLUENCE10. That should be good through May 27th.
And, you know, feel free to buy my books and leave reviews. 🙂
This past weekend was especially lovely. I got to travel with my two oldest, who went to state with piano, and on another day they and their first-year-clarinetist sister were part of a music recital. Just a lovely weekend! Plus, I had the unexpected pleasure of finding myself in an entrepreneurship conversation!
Oklahoma is hot and we’re having air conditioning & plumbing issues, so I’m not up for writing much, but here are some interesting ideas from Ad Crucem: “10 Theses on Christian Publishing.”
There’s a new local book club and I’m kind of excited about it. Everyone is welcome and the meeting consists of a super yummy patio meal at one of my favorite Mexican restaurants. I haven’t gone yet and I probably wouldn’t know anyone, which, you know, makes it sound like a “city-exotic” experience. Ha ha haa
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Ray Keating‘s book, The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.
Yay! I’ve finally gotten my Book of Concord Reading Plan up! I’m selling it for $5.
Maybe that’s excessive and there are certainly free reading plans for Lent or a year. This one, however, which was quite tedious to put together, is for 180 school days. 🙂 You or your teen can use this reading plan to read through the entire Book of Concord Monday through Friday for 36-weeks.
In other news, my family is working so hard to get to summer break! Heavens!
I’m also reading two books to review for next week, so wish me well to find time for that in between copious amounts of T-ball. 😀