I have a Post-it note scribbled with little items that I need to write about, so this post is a means of crossing them all off my list!
In no particular order, here we go:
- If you live in the Northwest, or can afford to travel there, don’t forget to register for the Raising Resilient Rascals Conference presented by Deborah Gray, the UW Adoption Medicine folks, and lots of other good people. For more information, take a look at my earlier post.
- Don’t forget to leave a comment on my [intlink id=”1602″ type=”post”]SpellQuizzer post[/intlink] to automatically be entered in my Give-away for your own copy of SpellQuizzer. It really is fantastic.
- Consider attending the Christian Alliance for Orphans Summit in Minneapolis, April 29-30. I will be there along with the other three staff members of From HIV to Home. Just think, you can see one of my heroes, Dr. Karyn Purvis, author of The Connected Child: Bring hope and healing to your adoptive family, in person. If you have read my blog for long, you know that Karyn Purvis’ book gave us hope before we began therapy with Dimples. I’ve written about her videos and book several times – put “Karyn Purvis” in the search bar of my blog to find older posts. Other speakers include John Piper, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Tom Davis.
- State Farm has a nifty, free site called Thanks For Being There where you can leave a message thanking someone for just about anything. You can upload a photo, video, or text and then share the link with the recipient – your link can even be uploaded via Facebook, Twitter, or the other social networks. Here is one that I think is nice. It could be fun to leave a thankful Valentine message for somebody you love.
- Be sure to leave a comment on this week’s Tuesday Topic! I would love to hear from you.
I think that is it!
Russ and I have six kids to tuck in, a meeting with one of our college kids, and then we are going to kick back and watch LOST on our computer. One day late works just fine for us. I am missing my bookgroup once again, but sometimes it just isn’t possible to get out the door after dinner.
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