Vacation and Beyond

I am so, so happy to be leaving on vacation this morning and this is my last post until August.  But, in addition to seven days at the beach with family, I can hardly wait for these fall events:

  • The World Premier of Becoming Calvin, a play by the lovely and talented Ann Timmons, for all you DC people (or those traveling to Our Nation’s Capital) in September.
  • The release of Sabbath in the Suburbs: A Family’s Experiment with Holy Time by MaryAnn McKibben Dana, also a friend and the person most responsible for the creation of this blog.  You can pre-order it right now.  Excellent choice for group study, just in time for fall classes.
  • The release of Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road?  Christian Identity in a Multi-Faith World by Brian McLaren.  September 11 is the release date and Brian will be traveling all over talking about this timely topic.  Again, you can pre-order.
  • The North Carolina State Fair October 11-21.  I finally get to go this year and re-live my childhood.
  • Ang Lee’s Life of Pi which looks amazing.  To premiere this November.  In the meantime, read the book if you haven’t already.

Hope you all get a vacation sometime this summer or fall.  See you in August.


3 responses to “Vacation and Beyond

  1. Eh, you give me too much credit 🙂 But thank you for the plug!

    I also see that Ruth’s book is newly available for pre-order, yay!

    And have a GREAT time!

  2. And don’t forget Jan Takes The Show On The Road To Milwaukee, Tuesday, September 25! Have a wonderful vacation.

  3. Vacation mercies – enjoy!

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