8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. 9 Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you. Philippians 4:8-9 NIV
This may be the longest streak I’ve had in blogging, ever. I’ve posted every day since March 28th.
PostAWeek participation for May:
This is from the Daily Post on April 30. I’m a little behind in replying to it. One of the tricks I use to post regularly is to schedule posts in advance. I am able to write when I have time and try to stay about a week ahead. A result is that when I respond to the Daily Post or Plinky may be days after the prompt was posted. So back to the topic of the day. As of April 30th I was half way through the Post A Day Challenge. I decided to do the PostAWeek rather than a PostADay but really I’m posting almost every day.
A Chicago public school, Little Village Academy has banned lunches from home. The school not requires all students to buy a school lunch for $2.25 a day. The only exemption to the rule is if the child has food allergies. The schools say this is necessary to improve students health. Children’s Success Academy in Tucson, AZ has banned white flour, refined sugar and processed foods. The schools justify their extreme actions by saying it is promoting better health of students. More ..
If money wasn’t an issue I would open my own coffee house/bookstore/gallery/local music venue. It would be that kind of cool funky place that is fun to hang out. It would be a place that featured local and indie artists, musicians and authors. Read More …
The challenge from the Daily Post Blog is to make a Top 10 list of favorite things I haven’t done in over a year. I’m not sure if everything on my list has been over a year but it seems like it.
#10: Sleep until I can’t sleep any more. It has been several months since I’ve really slept in on my day off. Read More…