What Went Down in February

I’m still working on identifying feminine archetypes in the Bible. It’s my fun side project (which tells you just how boring I really am) so I’m working on it sporadically.

I sat down with gallons of coffee to binge listen to Outside the Walls. I made it through 5 episodes before my kids came home and I had to go be a parent. I had a lot of fun tweeting my random thoughts to @OutsideTheWalls. Though, I did put on some extra weight since Timothy keeps using food metaphors. (Dude, how about you throw in some celery or lima bean metaphors for me? Please?)


Most Viewed February Posts

#1 – That Time a Fellow Church Member Wanted to Murder Me

#2 – How NOT to Talk to Someone Who’s Been Hurt by a Church

#3 – Sometimes Heathens Hide in Bathroom Stalls


Interesting Things I Found

Without Grace, We’re Just Hippies in Cassocks by Charles D. Beard at Pursued by Truth

Can ‘Harry Potter’ Change the World? by Hanna Kozlowska at The New York Times

The 50 Best First Sentences in Fiction at Gawker

This Is How Many Words Are Spoken By Women In The Bible by Antonia Blumberg at The Huffington Post


What I Finished Reading


The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are by Brene Brown

The Devil in Pew Number Seven by Rebecca Nichols Alonzo

Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction by Tracy Kidder and Richard Todd


What I’m Reading Now

The Well of Ascension (Mistborn, Book 2) by Brandon Sanderson


Plans for March

I want to wrap up a few unfinished projects (I always start procrastinating when I see the finish line). I might have a bigger writing project on the horizon and I want to tie up my other loose ends, Palingenesis being the exception. That’s going to take me a while.

I plan to harass @OutsideTheWalls on Twitter some more.

I also hope to eat some cake.

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