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On Glendon Avenue (What’s happening in the Michel family)
Most recently, Andrew, one of our eight-year-old twin boys, scowled when I call him a little kid.
“What are you then?” I asked.
On My Desk (What I’ve recently been writing)
Currently, I’m working on my first piece for Books & Culture, one of my favorite publications. It’s a review of Sallie Tisdale’s book of essays called Violation and Theresa Brown’s, The Shift.
On My Bookshelf (What books I’ve been enjoying)
“It’s difference, not similarity, that fosters admiration between two people. Similarity has no place in a good marriage. Difference does.” The Awakening of Miss Primm by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera.
On the Road (Where I’ve been or will be traveling to speak)
Join me in Wichita for the Apprentice Gathering Sept. 29-Oct. 1?
On My Mind (What I’ve been mulling over from Scripture, the web, and everyday life)
Judges 18: Let’s not be seduced by lesser callings, even when they are pitched as improvements over our current ones.
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