So some of us are happy today. Some of us are not-so-happy.
And with those deeply profound observations in place (OH, I AM SKILLED), here’s a post-election run-down from the eclectic hodge-podge of Stuff I Read:
– Early this morning I read an incredibly thought-provoking post written by a leading Christian educator. It beautifully outlines the opportunities before all Christians in the days, months and years to come. An absolute must-read.
– Last night, while my hubby and I were watching the returns, I wondered what my friend – and fellow Compassion Uganda traveler – David Kuo was thinking. Well, thanks to the magic of the interweb, now I know: he thinks today is a day to celebrate.
– Leonard Pitts is one of my favorite columnists because I absolutely adore his writing style. Even though I don’t always agree with his opinions, I so appreciate how he communicates them. And today? His way with words does not disappoint.
– Finally – all political news aside – if you’re not reading the Compassion Dominican Republic posts, you’re totally missing out.