Sharing my Instagram photos and whatnot.
Glennon from Momastery wanted everyone who wanted to read this book be able to read it. That's how important she thinks it is. But she didn't have enough copies for everyone. So she wrote several addresses in the front of each book and the people who received the book from Glennon had to pass them on to the next person on the list. I'm last on this book's list and I feel kinda bad that the sharing stops with me.
I want to continue the goodness! So if you want to learn about how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent and lead, then email me your mailing address at annebgoodblog (at) gmail (dot) com. I'll send it to you when I'm done. But you must promise to pass it on to the next person, okay?
If you are the last one one the list, then I hope you will follow my lead and find people to give it to. Make sense?
Let's keep this goodness that Glennon started going!
John was particularly emphatic about not wanting to go into the gym and watch the girl's play volleyball. It seemed weird to me, so I asked him about it. He said that he didn't want any of the girls to see him there. Something about the "drama" and having to answer questions like "do you like her since you showed up at her game?" Wow. Seeing girls' behavior from a boy's perspective is interesting.
Sometimes boys come to girls' volleyball games because their moms make them come.
That is all.
Oh hey! - here's a promotional video for the varsity team that John got to be a part of (he's in the weight room scene, at the squat rack). I thought it was cool that the varsity guys asked him to be in it.
As ice cream refreshes on a hot day, so does good news refresh your soul.
Thank you, God!
Now I can buy those school supplies.
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I'm @annebickle, linking up with @jeannettg for InstaFriday.