You know how a couple of posts ago I talked about Mark and I going through Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace? And how I didn’t want to because I don’t believe in money management?
Wanna know the truth?
I’m the one that suggested we go through the study.
And The Artist’s Way study.
And 48 Days to the Work You Love study.
And Chasing Daylight, a book on finding God’s purpose for our lives.
And The Alchemist… you know for some light, recreational reading… that will be discussed at a book club dinner. That we’re hosting.
I don’t think Mark fully realized how much I love school. How much I love curriculum. Answering questions that go along with whatever I’m reading in order to get the most out of the experience makes me so… happy.
My excitement at the thought of study guides and accompanying workbooks has me wondering if this should be a “Hump Day” post… (I’ve even considered going through Restoring the Pleasure, a book I read in school that uses a step-by-step approach to help couples, well, restore the pleasure… even though we don’t need it. I just want to make sure we have all of our bases covered).
I like to think we’re students at the prestigious McKinney-Oates University.
As Dean of Education I’m doing my best to make sure we’ve got everything covered. Any time an “issue” of any sort comes up I immediately see what the library has to offer in the form of bibliotherapy, and if there is a workbook to go along with it. I’m sure Mark was not expecting such a regimented balanced courseload lifestyle.
Yes, it is as sick as it sounds.
Don’t worry, though.
I think I know a book that will help…