by Josh Kestner
I’m holding on for as long as I can before I buy new tires.
My tires are just old. My rear passenger-side tire is slowly leaking air. Every week or so, I have to fill up the tire to get it back to its baseline pressure. It’s cumbersome, but it’s easier (and cheaper) than replacing all four of my tires – at least for now. But I do dream of the day when my 15-year-old Toyota Avalon will have some shiny, new tires on it.
Are you waiting or wishing for something new in your life? What’s keeping you from getting it?
Monthly Boldcafe Dinner
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Once a month we meet with some of our popular writers to talk about our favorite articles and more! Bring your own dinner (B.Y.O.D) and sign up via Zoom.
The Rev. Joshua Kestner and the students from Lutheran Campus Ministry at Clemson University will host our time together with a special Advent devotion. Join us!
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