So I've officially "survived" my first year of teaching. I'm going to take some time to reflect on it and hopefully post back here soon. However, since I've officially started my summer "break" I thought I'd share something that may make those summer trips a little easier. I'm a fan of audio books for long trips (like say a 9 hour drive to Louisville to visit us...anyone?) Here's a few free ones to get you started.
Matt Chandler's The Explicit Gospel. Our college group was reading this around the time we were leaving last year but I never got a chance to read it.
The other is one of my favorite stories of all times. Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. I'll take this book in whatever format I can get. For this one you'll need to use the coupon code PRIDEFREE.
These are both from separate websites and you'd have to set up an account to download but I didn't have to enter any credit card information for either so that's nice. To download into iTunes I selected the M4B format and saved it so it opened up in my audiobooks section in iTunes. Maybe these will make any summer travel you have to do a little better. Enjoy!
I found both of these on Money Saving Mom.