Friends, this week I had the privilege of being interviewed by Lynn Rosen, co-owner of The Open Book Bookstore in Elkins Park. Lynn and I chatted about my book for a few minutes, but quickly moved on to talking about the challenge of celebrating Easter from home, when Holy Week is usually marked by such beautiful church services. If you have eleven minutes, check out our conversation on YouTube!
The Open Book is one of those indie gems, a true hub of literature, fun, and friendship in our neighborhood. Like many local businesses, they are finding lots of creative ways to stay afloat and generate digital content during the coronavirus shutdown. (They are also willing to do local delivery of in-stock items, so if you’re nearby and could use a new physical, audio, or e-book, consider supporting them!) You can also watch Lynn’s other author interviews and book recommendations at her new YouTube channel: Lynn Reads a Book!
Finally, I am enjoying doing my own daily audio recordings of Finding God in Ordinary Time along with new, fresh content. If you’d like to jump on in time for Holy Week, visit here.
As always, may your ordinary (and far from ordinary) days be extraordinarily blessed.
2 thoughts on “Celebrating Easter at Home”
I enjoyed it!
On Tue, Mar 31, 2020 at 1:32 PM Christine Marie Eberle wrote:
> Christine Eberle posted: ” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DopaGwuTshw > Friends, this week I had the privilege of being interviewed by Lynn Rosen, > co-owner of The Open Book Bookstore in Elkins Park. Lynn and I chatted > about my book for a few minutes, but quickly moved on to t” >
Christine,Hope all is well with you. These are strange times. This could be a sea change where many companies could decide if productivity of people working from home is good, that they may continue with that after the crisis. I have wondered too what your dad would have thought of Trump. I know he was a Republican, but I have to believe he would have thought Trump is a fraud as well as a despicable person.Please keep me in prayer. I am in good shape and walk a lot. However Friday I apparently slipped on a wet or muddy surface and hit my head on the concrete surface. I remember nothing but I was walking with a good friend who called the ambulance. They tested me at the hospital and found I had a slight concussion and a broken nose. I am feeling a little better. My face is a mess. I feel stupid that it happened.Hope you have a good though different Easter.KenSent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.