We Don’t Even Know We’re Missing It

By January 16, 2015My Thoughts

I’m over at That Reformed Blog┬átalking about how difficult it is to re-learn community once you’ve learned self-sufficiency. Often, we don’t even know we’re missing out on community until we find it once again. Here’s a peek at what I’ve written…

In 2001, my college communications professor angered the class by assigning a research paper and then forbidding the use of the internet as a research tool.

She told us we had to find our information…at the library.

Even though many of us were juniors in college and had lived on campus for three years, I heard hushed whispers filled with anxiety.

Where is the library? I’ve never even been inside?

No one uses the library! This is what Wikipedia is for, right?

If I use the library, I can’t wait until the night before to start my assignment!

And this was 14 years ago.

You can read the rest here.

 

 

About April Fiet

April is a pastor, wife, mom, and lover of words. She finds inspiration under the big Nebraska skies, in the garden, in the yarn aisle, and in the kitchen. Learn more about April here, and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.