Leap of Dave Summer Reading Program

Leap of Dave Summer Reading Program
Summer Reading Program: May 29th Through September 5th

A QUOTE TO START THINGS OFF WITH

I see a young boy Saying He's going to run away. Deep inside, It's already happened. Ronny Dibbern (Grade 8) From Ten-Second Rainshowers: Poems by young people. Compiled by Sanford Lynne

A Quote to Start Things Off - Archives

A QUOTE TO START THINGS OFF




Your patient has become humble; have you drawn his attention to the fact?

Screwtape from The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis


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They were my kinfolk, my people - many of whom I'm still friends with today, though we've scattered across the country, spilling out in different directions as fast as we could once we'd tossed our graduation caps in the air.

Aimee Nekhukumaatahil - World of Wonders


Surrender don't come natural to me, Id rather fight you for something I don't really want,to take what you want that I need.

Rich Mullins from his song Hold me Jesus.

Fast forward to  the coronavirus outbreak, which sent homeowners scrambling to configure their spaces for a new normal of working and schooling from home.

Emily Nonko, WSJ "You don't need a home office to work from home," 12/4/2020

Oh when I was a boy I believed in Christmas 
Miracle season To make a new start 
I don't need no miracle Sweet baby Jesus
Just help me find Some kind of hope in my heart
Randy Stonehill - From his song Christmas ay Denny’s.


The first time your husband calls you "Mother" the romance of life is over - Emily, from the book Emily of New Moon by L.M. Montgomery

But I can vouch that the more you get to know me, the more you’ll admire my wife. - Dave Harvey, When Sinners Say "I Do".
 

Wednesday has been cancelled due to a scheduling error - Welcome to Nightvale



"Whatever the limitations of his intellect or outward shortcomings of his fur, and his ears and toes, his disposition was uniformly amiable and his temper unfailingly sweet. An affectionate companion and a quiet friend."
  - Beatrix Potter on the passing of her favorite rabbit, Peter Piper (the inspiration for her story Peter Rabbit) in 1902,

An Inning of T-ball is the most exciting 3 hours of sports - David Letterman




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