In my previous post about fostering, I ended by saying that Nine Lives, a cat shelter in Athens, Greece, was going to send me a kitten to help Amelie feel more comfortable after being rescued from a pack of dogs. I showed a picture of a kitten who...did not come! He ended up having some… Continue reading Cat Fostering: Amelie and Nelly
'Tis the season...to recommend podcasts! I've found a LOT of nerdy podcasts to binge-listen to, and I hope some of them will be of interest to some of you! 1| Best Episode Ever TV nerds discuss popular finished shows, deciding on best and worst moments, how the series has aged since release, and ultimately deciding… Continue reading Podcast Recommendation List | PART 5
Wow, is it hard to go from working at a library to living in a foreign country. From overabundance to scarcity! Since my time is ending in Greece, I've decided to actual tackle the shelf of To Be Read books that I kept passing over. This is actually pretty satisfying, though the going is slower.… Continue reading What I Read | NOVEMBER 2017
One of the first things I did when I returned to Athens was visit Hans Harrison, the cat I fostered for 9 months, in his forever home. I sent pictures of him to Nine Lives, the cat shelter that had given him to me, and within hours I'd gotten a reply, "Do you want to… Continue reading Cat Fostering: Meet Amelie!
Jane, Unlimited by Jane Cashore Yikes, this book! About 1/3 of the way through, it ended, at which point I realized I was reading a Choose Your Own Adventure type book that laid out multiple directions for the story to take. At first, it was super interesting, since her decisions to go in different directions… Continue reading What I Read | OCTOBER 2017
Books The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile This book is a perfect primer for people new to the Enneagram. It is simple, relatable, and the lists at the beginning of each chapter, "What It's Like to be a Four," go a long way toward helping you identify your type.… Continue reading Learning the Enneagram RESOURCES
I think this will be one of those blog posts that is seemingly obvious and perhaps overly nit-picky, but I want to share a detail that deepened my theology anyway. My favorite professor at DTS was adamant that Jesus's death was meaningless without his resurrection. This is not a new idea, since Paul says as… Continue reading Jesus’s Death is Meaningless without a Resurrection