Now that we finally have "real" (aka unlimited) internet again, I was quickly sucked back in and was spending way too much time on the computer. Well, too much time just surfing the net and hanging out at facebook, etc. that is - I still need to spend a fair amount of time on it for legitimate things. Those things aren't wasted time but after being "internet-deprived" for several months, I was spending too much time on fluff. So this post at One Quiet Life really resonated with me.
Update (4/5) Monergism is offering a free e-book: Basics of the Reformed Faith by Kim Riddlerbarger, in both EPUB and Kindle- MOBI formats. He's one of the co-hosts on the Christian radio program The Whitehorse Inn and blogs at Riddleblog so it should be a good book. I haven't started reading it yet but did download and email it to my Kindle so it's in my TBR queue and ready to read.
And Just For Fun After several months of mild weather, it turns out winter isn't quite over yet and the other day we got a couple inches of snow. My daughter and the dog had a great time playing in the it. And I couldn't resist including this view that I snapped while we were out walking in the snow. Sadly, it no longer looks like this but it was fun while it lasted. ☺
Letters & Mail
Other than the fact that April is National Letter Writing Month (here & here), I haven't really seen much about letters until I found this article today about a retired high school teacher who is mailing letters to his former students - and the letters were written decades ago by the students to their future selves. Getting one of those in your mailbox must be quite a surprise!
I'm not sure where to put this blog or how to classify it. This blogger is a daughter of a friend and while I'm pretty sure she's a Christian, it isn't a Christian blog, or books & reading or letter writing & mail art. It's basically about their travels so I'm putting it here for now: Jen's blog: 3toGo