Good morning! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Apologies if any of these are repeats, my filing system has gotten a little out of hand. Still, they’re all good.
- The Beauty of the Irrational — Some things you fight to do…because of a gut feeling. “There are lots of different paths you can take. Which set of footprints do you take, or, do you create your own path? I think that’s the same as life.”
- Victoria shares her experience as an introvert alone at a Christian event in Spiritual Panic Attack.
- A short discussion on Creative Bibliotherapy. I would like to look into this more.
- The William Morris Project: “I will have nothing in my home that I do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” — This has been my philosophy since I was young, I just didn’t know that it was already a thing This blog post is from a year ago, but still great. Going to catch up with the blogger and see how her year went.
- Give Me Law or Give Me Death! — Tullian Tchividjian writes about Les Miserables, law, and grace. It’s fantastic. (Warning: Fairly early on in this piece a rather significant plot point is revealed, and if you have somehow made it into adulthood with no idea of what happens in the story and plan to read the book or see the movie sometime soon AND would like to go into it without any clue as to what happens…stop )
- 5 Ways to Love From Afar — I think I have more friends that live far away than nearby and that number grows all time. This is valuable.
- The Path of Affirmation from dear Kimby. I loved reading this.
P.S., Downton Abbey returns tonight for me and my fellow Americans. Yay! And if any of you people who know what happens (through legal or illegal means) spill a word to me…I will tickle fight you to death. The end.