September: 100 in 2016

51. North! or Be Eaten (Audio) by Andrew Peterson
52. Dolphin Adventure by Wayne Grover
53. Telling the Truth by Frederick Buechner
54. Habits of Grace by David Mathis
55. The Monster in the H0llows (Audio) by Andrew Peterson
56. Christian the Lion by Anthony Bourke and John Rendall
57. The Warden and the Wolf King (Audio) by Andrew Peterson

This month’s reading list was filled with Read-alouds and audio books. Although, I did get a chance to finish up a few books that I started during the Summer. I’m trying to get back on track after a busy summer of camps, mission trips, and staying on the move.

Only 43 more books to read in 4 months. That’s a pretty daunting task.

July/August 100 in 2016

100 in 2016

41. Bandersnatch Diana Pavlac Glyer
42. Imagination Redeemed Gene Edward Veith and Matthew P. Ristuccia
43. Slow Church C. Christopher Smith and John Pattison
44. The Dungeoneers John David Anderson
45. The BFG Roald Dahl
46. Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl N. D. Wilson
47. The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers Amy Hollingsworth
48. Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus Barbara Park
49. Reading for the Common Good C. Christopher Smith
50. James and the Giant Peach Roald Dahl

April 100 in 2016

100 in 2016

30. The War of Art Steven Pressfield
31. The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic Jennifer Trafton
32. Steal Like an Artist Austin Kleon
33. Turning Pro Steven Pressfield
34. Outlaws of Time: The Legend of Sam Miracle N. D. Wilson
35. The Story of Dr. Dolittle Hugh Lofting
36. Discipling Mark Dever

February 100 in 2016

100 in 2016

19. Family Worship Donald S. Whitney
20. The Princess and the Goblin George MacDonald
21. The Fault in Our Stars John Green
22. Caught Up in a Story Sarah Clarkson
23. The Compelling Community Mark Dever and Jamie Dunlop
24. Black Flags Joby Warrick
25. The Light at Tern Rock Julia L. Sauer

Haiku Tuesday: Parasites (5/10/16)

Just for fun

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Five guys and some lines return with the theme of “Parsites.” Enjoy!

Intestinal worms
A top tier weight loss program
Not without drawbacks

by Jared Bowman

 

It’s a true story
I went to the vet today
My dog has heart worms

by Justin Brock

 

Once in Mexico
I spent four day throwing up
Thanks to parasites

by Justin Brock

 

It was that same trip
That I lost almost ten pounds
Thanks to parasites

by Justin Brock

 

Parasites find ways
Inside you, through feet or mouth
Small sneaky buggers

by Jared Bowman

 

Crohn’s disease is bad
But don’t fear, just drink hookworm
Eggs in Gatorade

by Parks Collins

 

If you see fungi
Growing out of an ant’s eye
Could be parasites

by Parks Collins

 

Parasites are bad
If you disagree, you might
Be a parasite

by Chris Johnston

 

There ain’t no party
Like a parasite party
It goes on for days

by Chris Johnston

 

My iPhone is an
Electrical parasite
Sucking on outlets

by Jared Bowman

 

Itchy itchy scratch
Nits in my hair. Now in yours.
Parasitic lice

by Mark T. Collins

 

Parasites they bite
Parasites will not play nice.
Parasites they suck

by Mark T. Collins

 

The neighbor’s dog stinks
A parasite paradise
That filthy flea bag

by Mark T. Collins

 

The N.C.A.A.
Parasite eats dollars from
U.N.C. Men’s sports

by Jared Bowman

 

World famous icon
Standing tall in Paris heights
The Eiffel Tower

by Mark T. Collins

 

In a gandola
A pair rows, sight sees Venice
The Bride of the Sea

by Mark T. Collins

 

In a term paper
Perry cites the prose of Twain.
Proving arguments.

by Mark T. Collins

 

To remove all thorns
Pare rose sides until it’s smooth.
No more nasty pricks.

by Mark T. Collins

 

A moose eats wolf scat,
Gets a tapeworm and can’t breathe
A wolf eats the moose

by Parks Collins

 

Endoparasites
are a lot like this year’s Braves.
They are both gutless.

by Parks Collins

 

Just for funParadise sounds like
Parasites but different
On many levels

by Justin Brock

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