After a pretty busy weekend, I’m a bit light on post material — so here are some interesting things I’ve been reading lately:
How to Guard Sabbath for our Children — now, Stan and I don’t have children yet, but the principles laid out here are super sound. It’s actually a good reminder to us to work on guarding Sabbath for ourselves now.
The Curse of Low Parenting Expectations for Teens — Again, we’re not parents, and so it’s funny how much time I spend reading parenting articles… goes with the job, maybe! This is a fantastic post by the equally fantastic Sheila Wray Gregoire. I think that my parents had pretty high expectations for me, and that definitely helped me to set high expectations for myself. I hope to be able to provide the same sort of framework for my children one day.
Inherited Memories in Organ Transplant Recipients — True? I don’t know. Fascinating? Heck yes.
Your Beautiful Eyes — This is a gallery of super-close-up pictures of people’s eyes and they’re crazy beautiful, and also just plain craaaaaazy. Highly magnified pictures of body parts kind of freak me out a bit, but these are amazing.
Man Travels England Licking Anglican Cathedrals — is anyone surprised that this was to win a bet?