i wrote a poem in my head the other day that used that line. in case you were wondering.
seriously though, i am about to embark on what could be the biggest moment in my career. this is most assuredly a moment-maker. a game-changer. whatever other cheesy business term. this could be huge.
or i could fail and lose money.
but as listener says - “we only have what we remember.”
money can be made and lost..although so can memories. bad analogy. but you know what i mean.
carpe that friggin’ diem, terra.
awww… that’s a cute title.
i completely forgot to review this book from ages ago. it’s actually more of a devotional-type, written by max and jenna lucado - a great father/daughter duo. geared for the tween sort of demographic. i enjoyed it, though. it was broken up well and presented in a good format. i liked how practical the information was, and how i offered space for the reader to interact with the information. not nearly as cheesy as some teen devos i’ve read in my youth. i heard jenna speak at a conference once, and enjoyed the things she had to say in this book as i did much as i did when she spoke.
if i had a teenage daughter, i would give her this book to interact with, hopefully spurring her on to making a difference in her world.
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