It’s been a fun week with much excitement around Playdates with God: Having a Childlike Faith in a Grown-up World.
My friend Diane did a little interview with me at her place.
Guest-posting for Ann Voskamp was a gift.
And today my friend Jolene is sharing a Google+ hangout we did together earlier this week.
Isn’t this fun?
Last night, after watching the chat I had with Jolene, I told Teddy that I’ve decided I speak too slowly. “I could put you to sleep just talking to you,” I said.
He said he’s the same way. “It’s because I never know what to say,” he said. “And I’m always figuring it out as I go along.” I wondered with him what this might mean about us both. That we are slow-talkers. We practiced talking fast together.
But it didn’t feel right.
Finally, we decided that maybe this is just part of who we are. One of the loveliest things about publishing a book is that I am challenged to live out the message I have penned: God loves me. Just the way I am. He delights to spend time with me.
Slow-talking and all.
Join me over at Jolene’s place today? We had a lot of fun in this interview and she has a sweet way of posing questions. We talk about the book and about the uniqueness of the spiritual journey.
And I don’t think she’s a slow-talker.
Have I said thank you? I’m feeling so loved and held throughout this book launch journey. That’s mostly due to you, the ways you have walked with me and lifted me as we draw closer to our beautiful Lord together. Thank you.
My 31 days have been a little wrecked, but I don’t give up easily. You can find links to all the posts in this series so far right here.