I’m sharing this more for the sake of being able to find it again in future, as I reckon it will do me good to read this letter from time to time. Having just given up on failed studies and a failed career, having settled for what could be called second-best, C.S. Lewis’ Advice to Students When Everything Seems in Ruins seems very apt to me.
Something Wicked over in Jordan
I know, I know! I’ve been neglecting this blog something awful. I do mean to get things back on track again, but you know…
As a peace offering, might I offer you a tale of a grown woman hiding behind her couch from the neighbour kids while her husband does uncannily realistic dog impressions? Sounds like something you’d read?
Then have at it. Head on over to Dead Sea Diaries and have a guffaw at Something Wicked This Way Comes and while there, be a sport and leave Liese a comment. I know for a fact she loves getting them (but, then, don’t we all?)
Greatest Hits: If I Ever Get Around To Living by John Mayer
I can’t really tell you what I did to cause this, but my brain is mush and I couldn’t come up with a good Song Title Challenge if I wanted to.
So, here’s a golden oldie, now including the music video. Enjoy it.
Song Title Challenge #3: If I Ever Get Around To Living by John Mayer
P.S. Happy Spring Day to all my Southern Hemisphere friends. To those in the North, winter is coming 😉
As the majority of my devoted readers (as opposed to those who merely follow) are, like me, also rabid bibliophiles, I thought you’d enjoy this latest post by my fellow South African, 23thorns, titled, Bookshop.
The wife’s blogging milestone
The wife just published her 100th post, and unlike the rest of us she did not rely on Google to provide her the appropriate picture to mark this milestone. Go congratulate her, why don’t you?