Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.
I tag you, too, Grace! (one of my people didn't want to do it.) I thought you wouldn't dig it, that's why I didn't tag you. It's not my favorite kind of thing to blog about. MYSELF, you know?
Thank you SO much for your hospitality last night. You guys have to come here next time! Are you and Bob okay with carrots, celery and onion in soup? I make this really great stuff called "Cheddar Chowder". It is super good! Maybe next Saturday, huh?
Oh, we had a BLAST! We were both greatly encouraged by you guys being at my place, and we're both interested in hanging out again soon. At this point, I don't know of anything we have going on for this Saturday, so yes, we can tentatively plan on dinner at your place that night!If they're green onions, that's fine, but any other kind of onions, Bob can't eat~
I know those dogs...Saturday evening was fun. Thanks for having us over. Texas-style chili (a la "Grace") is very good.Do you get your textbooks at the LifeWay Store, or is there a website where I can get them cheaper? Have you ever hit up that used book sale the Graham School puts on? Is that a good place to get used textbooks?See you soon, I assume.
Josh,I actually do get my textbooks at Lifeway. On occasion, for some of the bigger more expensive books, you can find them on Amazon for cheaper (assuming that Amazon's shipping charges aren't too high). I usually just get them at Lifeway, though, since there's a 20% discount. A friend of mine mentioned, though, that there's a place downtown called The Book Nook that has a 30% discount, and they're willing to order books for you if they don't have them. I haven't ever been to the Graham school booksale, so I'm not sure what they have as far as used books go.Yes, we'll definitely see you soon! And the pups sure did enjoy the company on Saturday :)
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