Grave Refrain at D. Renee Bagby Presents First Chapters.
Because I support the giving up and taking up aspect of Lent, here's the skinny.
Giving up: Wine and whining, coffee and carping, red meat and chocolate. Yes, you may ask, why bother living? But hey, it's only forty days, right? Right?
Taking up: St. Aidan's Food Pantry and running (so I'm not the only one at my book group who isn't training for a marathon...)
If you're so inclined, The Food Pantry will be hanging out in the Diamond's Height Parking Lot tomorrow. You can get Ashes to Go. No, I'm not kidding. It's brilliant. Stop by and say hello. Pick up a gallon of milk and a smudge. If you've already read Grave Refrain, you know I have a soft spot for ashes.