This week I have been…
The Fab Four by Carolyn Custis James, a post on the women in Jesus’ genealogy, and Tamar in particular. I’m thinking a lot about Tamar at the moment, and I love Carolyn Custis James, so, good combination.
Cross-bearing Cumbrians, a BBC article about some people doing a pilgrimage from Carlisle to Lindisfarne, including a Northumbria CU student (she’s the 22 year old with the quote about hairdryers).
Arm/hand warmers from some lovely Rowan by Amy Butler ‘Sweet Harmony’ merino wool in a jade colourway. It is so flipping cold at the moment, and I really want to wear gloves all the time (including indoors), but they’re not particularly practical. These arm warmers are an attempt to solve that problem.
Plus, potentially as soon as I finish them spring will arrive and I’ll have no need for them for another 6 months.
Athanasius being a jerk, future plans, Phyllis Trible, trying to imagine what my life would be like if I didn’t know Jesus, favourite films and crying at the cinema, apple crumble, whether Marcus Mumford was trying too hard with Babel, the Holy Spirit, Arts vs. Sciences, Twitter, chocolate, wine, and dreams.
How about you?
In summary: the week.