Here’s an eclectic list of links
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this list of 100 Best First Lines From Novels
My friend Amanda is at Tumaini school and orphanage in Kenya, living there and working with the children. She and her fellow missionary friend, Lacey, have taken on a serious challenge. Starting last Monday on Valentine’s Day, these two girls are living life on $1 a day, to experience poverty, to learn about what it is like to be hungry. You can visit her blog at A Mile of Smiles Adventure. She and Lacy have spent this week without shoes, with only the clothes they have on, with no electricity, and eating only one handful of ugali (the staple in Kenya) and 4 glasses of tea a day, without any cream, milk or sugar added. They have posted on her blog pictures of their portions and belongings that they “own” during this week. They are even forgoing brushing their teeth. After their week, they will document for us their experiences and what they have learned. Be sure to check it out in the next couple of days.
Here’s a site with beautiful and unusual bookcases. Interesting Book Cases
It doesn’t get much better than Bubble Wrap
I soon will be taking classes for the Master of Divinity program, and am hoping to also be accepted into the Master of Arts in Christian Counseling at Gordon-Conwell Seminary
This past week I had the privilege of visiting with my good friend SaraBeth at Samaritan’s Feet, a mission organization that gives new shoes to the poorest of poor. I was very impressed and moved by what they are doing. Be sure to check out their website at http://www.samaritansfeet.org/.