It’s hard to believe we have come to the end of Heart in the Right Place by Carolyn Jourdan. One of my favorite parts in the comments has been when you’ve shared the parts that made you laugh. I had laughed too, but it’s a gift to laugh together, isn’t it? (And a blessing! Don’t you hate that feeling when you think something is funny and share and then it’s met with crickets chirping?) So, thanks for laughing too … and for sharing that you laughed, you didn’t leave me hanging!
Remember I told you I got so excited I emailed Carolyn a few questions? She graciously replied!
P.S. Here’s the reading plan for The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. Since we’ll be taking a Sabbath next week, get a jump on the reading — this book is beautifully written:
July 7 — Roughly 40% (or 220 pages) — includes the chapter titled Adah and which with the line “God works …”
July 14 — Roughly 60% (or 330 pages) — includes the chapter titled Leah which begins with the line “You can’t …”
July 21 — Roughly 80% (or 440 pages) — includes the chapter titled Adah Price, Emory Hospital, Atlanta, Christmas 1968
July 28 — Roughly 100% (or 543 blessed pages!)
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