Since moving to Minnesota’s North Shore I’ve had people ask what it’s really like to live here year-round. In this month-by-month journal, I take you through the full year to give you a glimpse of What it’s Really Like.
This paragraph is a perfect example of the discord between Ludy's thesis and her elaboration: she mentions this woman has an "obsession." She says the young woman didn't see a problem with her obsession. But rather than deal with the problem of obsession and addiction, Ludy instead elaborates on how none of God's nature can be seen through TV shows, because he does not work through 'ungodly' mediums.
Greetings, dear followers, Today we are back for our book study and are looking at Set-Apart Femininity's first chapter: "Sacred Intent." Honestly, I struggled with knowing where to begin, as these 22 pages work like an overture for later chapters. As such, it felt a little hodge-podgey, and this post will probably feel hodge-podgey, too. In this … Continue reading Set-Apart Femininity Review #2: The beauty problem
Welcome back to Tuesday, and to the first week of our Set-Apart Femininity review series. I'd like to think of this as sort of a long-distance book club. If you have the book and want to follow along that would be awesome; at the end of each entry I'll let you know what section we're covering next … Continue reading Set-Apart Femininity Review #1: Let’s talk communication