Friday, August 19, 2011

Sabbatical approacheth...

Now that the fall seminary courses are uploaded into Blackboard, a belated book review is done (sorry Ron if you're out there), and I can begin to think about a normal life that isn't always in crisis mode, I've been having a novel thought.  What should I read that I want to read?

My first thought is actually work related.  I think I'll start with a book Dr. Bob Whitesel is now using in our seminary leadership course:



Yum, yum ;-)

2 comments:

::athada:: said...

If you are hungry, and want something non-work-related, try Michael Pollen's "In Defense of Food" for a quick read on the foodies. Timely, fairly enjoyable, and comes with practical application if desired.

http://www.amazon.com/Defense-Food-Eaters-Manifesto/dp/1594201455

::athada:: said...

Or better: the 112-page pocket compendium of the same title

http://www.amazon.com/Food-Rules-Eaters-Manual-ebook/dp/B002YJK5L4/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1313781538&sr=1-1

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