Of Bats and Books

December 5, 2012 — Leave a comment

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Lately, I’ve seemed to have a knack for stumbling upon rarely seen rodents.

Case in point: this bat I found at Reformed Theological Seminary.

You may remember Dusty the Mole (may he rest in peace), but in this case, I decided against trying to catch the bat (though you know I could have if I had wanted to).

I did spend some time tossing pieces of mulch at the bat in hopes that he would do something interesting. I stopped when I remembered that I didn’t have time this week to go to the doctor and get a rabies shot, and decided to just head home.

Once home, I was greeted in my inbox with a gift certificate from Westminster Bookstore that comes from all the clicks on book links. After some internal debating, I settled on this list of books for my order:

I know I’ve already got Puritan Theology in eBook, but after looking at it, it’s definitely a book I want to have on my shelf (for easier browsing access) and the deal that Westminster is offering on the 2 book set for $45 is hard to pass up!

On the others, I’ve waited to get once I knew this gift certificate might be coming this month, and that Puritan Paperbacks were on sale.

I’ll keep you posted when they all get here, and thanks a bunch for clicking on my book links!


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I’m an avid reader, musician, and high school Bible teacher living in central Florida. I have many paperback books and our house smells of rich glade air freshners. If you want to know more, then let’s connect!

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