What I'm reading
My wife is reading Quitter, by Jon Acuff, to me. Besides the fact that I love to be read to, this book is inspiring. It's all about chasing your dreams, doing what you're called to do. The more we read, the more I'm convinced that I need to write.
I also just started The End of Christendom, by Malcolm Muggeridge. It's actually a series of lectures that were given in 1978 at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. The main theme is remembering Pascal and his contribution to the Christian worldview. It's challenging.
What I'm writing
"Dystopolis" is still in process. I'm in the final edit stage.
Two pages in on my second book. The slowness is maddening, but I'm trying to enjoy/tell myself it's okay/remember that it's better that things come slowly...like sipping coffee on a cold morning.
Those short story ideas sill need work.
Also, check out this post for the Get Healthy bloghop!
What else I've been up to
Trying to keep up with Thing One and Thing Two...
What inspires me right now
From Blaise Pascal (Pensee 188):
"Reason's last step is the recognition that there are an infinite number of things which are beyond it. It is merely feeble if it does not go as far as to realize that."