Less than a month until we can all have our hands on this:
Join me in a happy dance, will you?
It’s not available yet for pre-order, but just as soon as it is, I’ll be sure to let you know!
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Have you seen the great work Greg and Jennifer Willits are doing over at New Evangelizers? I have meant to mention it, and I never have. (Bad me.)
As it turns out, I’m now writing there weekly, about the New Evangelization. I’m finding this to be a topic that, like so many other topics I’ve started writing about, turns out to be FAR BIGGER than I imagined in the beginning.
My first post, “In the Silence of the Internet,” starts with a plug for the Pope’s message for World Communications Day and then a few words about how the internet inspires silence in me.
For one thing, there’s the title: “Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization.”
In my years of interacting on the interwebs, there is silence of a sort, at least when I’m not yelling at my screen or ranting about what some fool (whose name may or may not be Sarah Reinhard) has said or done.
I’m pretty sure this is one of my all-time favorite pictures of my girls:
Yes, my four-year-old is now riding by herself unassisted! She takes lessons, too. A year sooner than her sister. By our calculations, that means the mancub (who is 16-months-old!) will be riding at age three.
I took this picture to show how tall my seven-year-old’s horse was next to the pony my four-year-old rides.