This evening near dusk (yes, I'm posting this late in the day), I glanced out my bedroom window and saw nine white-tailed deer in the field. They are obviously wary of people and aware that my apartment complex have lots of those animals in them. When I grabbed my coat and tried to quietly go around the corner of my building, the one "on guard" somehow alerted the others, and all of them stopped grazing to watch what I'd do next. I took only a step or two between these photos, but that was enough to spook them.
Christianity for the Rest of Us by Diana Butler Bass (2006) chapter by chapter during October and November. It isn't too late to join us because we won't start a new book until January, since the holidays are almost upon us. We've had some thoughtful comments on each of the chapters (though some, like me, are far from finished reading the book yet), plus we've done some extracurricular activities, like visiting labyrinths. You'll find links to the labyrinth posts — as well as the very fruitful discussion topics — by clicking on the book's title.
We are considering Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver (2012) for our January discussion. Have you read it?
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