for those of you with a disposition towards….

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  1. #1 by Emily on April 14, 2010 - 9:25 am

    Someone posted this on FB-thought you might appreciate it.
    (it’s pics of old libraries)

  2. #2 by Emily on April 30, 2010 - 2:34 pm

    Dear brother, since I’ve grown tired of checking your blog, but not turning up any reading material, I’m checking out your tweets. I must say, they are sometimes funny, sometimes uplifting, but I find a few of them utterly mystifying. Such as:

    ‘Does anyone have good recommendations on RHB books for seven to ten year olds?’

    Perhaps I do, but could you first let me know who or what RHB is? I mean, if you said AWC, SR, AWT, or several other of the hip abbreviations for awesome writers we read, I’d know; but I can’t place RHB. Could you reveal the identity of this person?

    Actually, that was the only really puzzling one. Several others are worthy of comment, though (if I get a twitter, do I get to clutter up your feed with irrelevant remarks like I’m doing to your blog?):

    ‘# To whom it my concern: nice homeschool families aren’t supposed to listened to rap 3:16 PM Apr 22nd via txt
    # It’s amazing how uncareful we our in representing Christ with who we allow to write our music, the mediums they use. 1:34 PM Apr 22nd via txt ‘

    Sooooo with ya. But it’s looking like a losing battle with a couple of nice homeschool families I know.

    I lovelovelove all your quotes and Christian Almanac updates. Hey, I might even get a twitter just so I can follow you. I might, anyway.

    ‘It’s mating season at the Riley house–JD Snyder’

    He’s like, the funniest guy. BTW, I listened to his & Catherine’s testimony yesterday. Sooooo encouraging.

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled (non) blogging. Have a nice day.

  3. #3 by Emily on April 30, 2010 - 2:39 pm

    Come to think of it, your tweets are just like you. Awesome. But enigmatic. And occasionally slightly annoying.

  4. #4 by Young Sailor on May 1, 2010 - 5:35 pm

    You’ve missed the mark Barmy. RHB stands for Reformation Heritage Books.
    and i’ll blog again soon. I promise.

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