Happy Discoveries

Some of the happy discoveries as I sort through my new office:

  1. Books I inherited include Peter Spier’s Noah’s Ark and Margaret Wise Brown/Clement Hurd’s The Runaway Bunny. This means I can use clean, un-baby-chewed copies of these for children’s sermons. (I intend to let my baby chew her own copies of these books if that’s the price to pay for starting her out with books early…)
  2. There’s a Dairy Queen less than 2 blocks from church!
  3. Labyrinth in a can!!!!
  4. A partial, but largely complete set of the CRC Publications World Religions curriculum. (And, the enormous Hindu Temple in the west suburbs that I always dreamed of organizing a field trip to when I taught high school religion is not too far away…)
  5. A “contemporary” song book from the early seventies with the most psychedelic cover ever to come out of a Christian publishing company. And, some decent songs, too.

Speaking of #2, I think a Dairy Queen run is just what I need to get me through the rest of the junior high file drawer…

One Response to “Happy Discoveries”

  1. Kirstin Says:

    Labyrinth in a can? Hm.

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