What Went Down in March

Most of March was taken up with a writing project that’s gotten a little out of control. It’s sitting at a little over 32,000 words of just the facts, ma’am and I’m not even halfway through my original outline. So, what I’m really looking at is a massive rewriting project. But, that’s OK.

I did manage to get some cake this month, though I had to turn 34 to get it. I decided I’m old enough that I need to start eating like a grown-up. Then, I made myself a peanut butter and banana sandwich because I have no idea how a grown-up eats. (Do you just drink a glass of wine with the sandwich?)

I’ve now won two things in my life. I won a copy of The Fathers Know Best by Jimmy Akin from Outside The Walls (because I know analogical and anagogical are two different things… even though I apparently can’t pronounce either one). I hope to read through it in April.

 

Most Viewed March Posts

#1 – True Love Waits (a little while)

#2 – Stalking My Stalker

#3 – The Things We Left Behind

 

Interesting Things I Read

AMBS holds lament service for Yoder victims by Rich Preheim for The Mennonite

Men Just Don’t Trust Women — And It’s A Huge Problem by Damon Young for The Huffington Post

 

What I Finished Reading

When We Were on Fire by Addie Zierman

 

What I’m Reading Now

Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

 

Plans for April

Writing. A lot of writing.

I also hope to get around to eating the grapefruit that’s been mocking me from the fridge. He’s such a smug SOB.

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