The only thing better than a long Sunday afternoon nap, is a Sunday afternoon spent curled up on my bed with two sweet dogs and a glass of iced tea and my laptop.
So, I spent part of today catching up on my reading (I follow a lot of blogs, and it tends to pile up quickly). Here are a few things I thought I’d pass along.
First: the ever-amazing BRC reminds me of the way in which a blog can offer something truly personal to one’s readers. Check it out.
If this doesn’t get to the heart of the meaning of Lent, nothing does!
Sojourners gives their take on the news of the week.
A great poem.
A project called Voces de Cambio encourages Guatemalan teenage girls to find their authentic voices … but they need your help.
Also, I ran across a quote from George Washington that I love. He said: “I had rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world.” I don’t have a farm. And, as much as I would like one, I’d be willing to settle for being the emperor of the world. (But just until I get a farm.)