We’ve set our nose to the grindstone as we graduate in only a few short weeks. Our marker board calendar is almost full down to the final day. Our Thanksgiving was busy too since we house sat. But, honestly, I didn’t feel much like writing. Plus, the internet has been slow, making it hard to avoid things getting deleted!
We have had fun, though (that boring sentence sounds convincing, doesn’t it?!–you can tell I’m a little brain dead). Plus, we’ve been spending a whole lot of time with all of the close friends we’ve made over this past year and a half. If you spend the majority of your day with the same people, you start to become family. This is our elinc (small group) right after the camping trip. We will miss all of them as everyone scatters to the four corners of the globe over the next few years!
I have refused to start packing yet. If I do, I’m sure to check out. My brain will slowly become a giant list and then it will begin to travel to Michigan. Since being in two places at once is never really that helpful, I’m trying to stop it from happening!
Once we’re out of school, I’ve decided to keep reading. Yup. Haha. It’s true though.
Books I want to read soon:
Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering –Tim Keller
Delighting in the Trinity – Michael Reeves
Heaven – Randy Alcorn
Books I’m in the middle of:
Cross Cultural Servanthood –Duane Elmer
Is God a Moral Monster? – Paul Copan
I am in the middle of a project that is just itching to have me work on it. I’m remaking an old board game that’s out of print…or whatever you call it when they stop making a game. 🙂 We’ll see how it turns out. Have you every tried making a board game? What should I use for the board part? And how in the world will I make it fold?