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What the heck??? How in the world is it Friday already? Did we mysteriously skip a day this week? This Thoughtworthy will be a short one because …
My husband is home for a long weekend — and it’s our anniversary weekend! (We’re 18 years old. We’ve basically made it through adolescence … our skin is clearing up … and we’ve reached the point of pleasant-to-be-around. 😉 ) Naturally, we’re going to see Avengers: Endgame. (Am I the only person who is happy the theaters finally do assigned seating? Hallelujah.)
Someone observed to me that this plan is not very romantic. It probably sounds even less so when I say we’re going with friends. But it’s Friend R., who was my maid of honor, and her husband, so that’s something. They’re our favorites. Plus … we’re doing a getaway later this month. In the meantime, we’ve been waiting for this movie for so long…
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Also, the reading schedule is now available in the Sistership, so download it and keep it somewhere where you can see it.
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This month in 2018:
Oh my heart, this was hard to write and harder to decide. Letting my expectations for high school go was an initially painful but altogether wonderful thing.
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This week’s links collection:
- Ep. 1393 Trump, Mueller, and “Obstruction” from The Tom Woods Show
- I don’t know what I think about this episode, but it was an interesting episode.
- Dehumanizing Christians by Gene Veith
- Good thinks to think here.
- Who’s to Blame When the Shooter Is One of Our Own? from Christianity Today
- “While this case represents the exceptional case of someone angry enough to attempt mass murder, according to Christ, our rage and slander are akin to murder (Matt. 5:21–22). Breaking the Ninth Commandment with a sneer and snarl is the fashionable and respectable sin in many Christian quarters.”
- READ IT.
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