At the library, I’m reading a book called The Call to Joy & Pain, ordering new books, cataloging, and other assorted beginning of the school year tasks.
Outside the library walls, I’m often busy reading, informally researching, preparing for Bible study, baking, or running errands. At my best, I’m actually writing about the above.
I like lattes, transformers, and having aha moments while I study.
As a child, I wanted to grow up to be a ballerina or a writer.
I’ve been marinating in the concepts of waiting, hope, wisdom, and faith.
I’m afraid of tarantulas. Seriously…eek!
I’m notorious for setting my keys down…somewhere. Could you let me know if you find them?
My favorite classes in college were: NT use of the OT and Beginning Greek. In graduate school, I liked research methods. (I know, what’s wrong with me?)
The dream job? Heh, heh…only our good Lord really knows, but at this point I’m inclined to think it has something to do with teaching women the word of God because each year that desire grows and He seems to be providing some opportunities for me to develop that skill set.
Inspired by: Sara Groves, Kierkegaard, Christian biographies, beloved friends in my life, my missions pastor’s wife, moms who really love God and their families