Update: just one small shirt left. all others are shipped or shipping today! a few tumblers still available.
To my dismay, one of the Digging Deep shirt orders apparently got lost in the cyber-shuffle and I had no extras on hand in that particular size. I love Digging Deep. I really love this sweet friend who’s missing a shirt and I’m crazy about closing circles. SO we reordered shirts one last time. The minimum I could purchase was 12, so I now have a dozen shirts on hand. These really are the last ones, so I’m not going to put them on the website. They are still $12.00 each and if you get one or more, please just send 12 dollars per shirt, plus whatever actual shipping appears on the outside of the package, when you receive it. (This is the honor system, obviously.) The first folks to claim them at this email address—firstname.lastname@example.org–will get the shirts. Just be sure and tell me what size(s) you need today and I will mail them out this week. Be sure to also include your mailing address. I will post here and on my Facebook page when they are all gone. Apologies in advance if you email me and they are already claimed. I’ll just go by emails in order received.
They are Comfort Colors brand shirts and these are the sizes I have: one small shirt, four medium shirts, five large shirts, and two extra-large shirts. I also have nine tumblers left. Let me know if you want a tumbler. They are $9 each, plus actual shipping, while they last.
Digging Deep study guides are available at any time and the free download is also available at www.thecolleyhouse.org. For those who are thinking about doing the study, let me encourage you to dig in. It’s easy to combine the September study with the October one and you’ll be all caught up with the group. The next podcast will be on October 18th at 7 CST.
On another note, my early-elementary friend, Sophie, was having a conversation with her mom about math on the way home from her homeschool co-op. Sophie’s mom was trying to get Sophie to understand a concept they had studied at school that day. Little Sophie stopped her mom in the middle of the explanation and said “Can we just wait and talk about this when we get to heaven?”
Sophie’s mom responded, “But why would I talk to you about math in heaven?”
Sophie’s reply?… “Well, you know, we sing about how we will understand it better by and by…. I just think I might understand it better then.”
I knew you would enjoy that! Have a great weekend!