I have nothing to blog about today. But well, stuff happened. But some things are better kept private or at least privater than the worldwide web. There are some other unrelated things I want to write about but I'm too tired to do it. I get in those moods a lot. The worst is when there's a couple idea I have running around that are very important but I haven't figured out how to say them just right so I think they're better unsaid (or unwritten). I write best in the morning and its not morning so I should quit while I'm ahead. Nothing to blog about today.
[3,100 words, 11 minute read] The sex talk is one of the most dreaded conversations parents anticipate having with their children. To make things easier, an entire industry exists to help parents with sex education. Dozens of books have been written to help parents navigate this treacherous topic with their progeny. One of the best known among evangelicals is called the Passport 2 Purity Getaway package . It is produced by FamilyLife, a division of Cru (former Campus Crusade for Christ) and consists of a five lecture CD package including a journal and exercises designed as a weekend retreat for a pre-pubescent child and his/her parent(s). Passport 2 Purity was not my initiative. Our trip came about because Judy had heard from several home-schooling mom friends how they had taken their daughters on a road trip to go through the CDs. She even heard how a mom took a trip with husband and two sons to through the curriculum. So a couple months ago, Judy suggested we take our two older boy