...because the post entitled Monday Miscellaney didn't get done.
We spent a quiet Thanksgiving with just our immediate family, sharing a virus.
My appliances were delivered on Wednesday. Our holiday weekend included the bonding experience of do-it-yourself installation of the microwave and dishwasher. Other than a gash to my husband's forehead, it went well.
Yesterday was my husband's birthday. We had a nice family dinner at our favorite Chinese restaurant. I gave him the book "Night" by Elie Wiesel and the dvd "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." They are kind of a contradiction, but he's a complex guy. :)
I think it's about time I get some "emergingish" books. I've read plenty online, but haven't invested in a "new movement" library. Often I lose interest in books before I ever buy them. Also, I'm tired of tossing "old movement" books.
Here are some that I am considering:
1. Shaping of Things to Come - of course.
2. Exiles - pretty sure I want this one.
3. Forgotten Ways - hopeful about this one.
4. Permission Granted - because Robby liked it.
5. Chasing Daylight - a local book club is discussing this in January.
6. Organic Church - maybe.
Feel free to post your recommendations in the comments.