Month: April 2007

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Monday April 30, 2007

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From Andrew Sullivan, via Ozarque’s Religion and Language Newsletter: “Traditional morality, in D’Souza’s view, ‘is based on the notion that there is a moral order in the universe, which establishes an enduring standard of right and wrong. …’ Liberal morality, […]

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Monday April 30, 2007

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Yesterday I worked with the kids on their song, discussed materialism with my Sunday School class (they’re for it, by and large), assured the director that I would not be playing at the bell choir festival this Saturday (he was […]

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Sunday April 29, 2007

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Usually at this time of year, my garden is lovely, filled with flowers and lush foliage. The odd weather means that instead I have this puny effect. Partygirl dropped by and commiserated, thought it is worse for her, since her […]

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Saturday April 28, 2007

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In case you don’t read the comments, let me repeat some interesting stuff here. Canadian National said, “My opinion comes from a base of “whose morality, then, would we accept?”  It doesn’t sit right with me that one code of […]

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Thursday April 26, 2007

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I am taking a lunch break, and decided to write about some important revelations I had this morning. I have to begin with a dull story. Now, this is my diary, I am not under contract to be scintillating, and […]

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Thursday April 26, 2007

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I leapt out of bed this morning and rushed right to the computer to write things for pay, and now — taking a tea break for a minute here — I have nothing left to say. And more writing for […]

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Wednesday April 25, 2007

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 Lostarts alerted us to a book that Crazy Aunt Purl has coming out in the fall. I’m going to read it. I love Crazy Aunt Purl, as who among us does not. But the Amazon description does give the impression […]

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Tuesday April 24, 2007

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Here is Marji’s lovely SWAP, and here are all the contest entrants for 2007. They all did wonderful things. I am hurrying to get off on school visits — #1 son has a dental appointment and I have to take […]

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Monday April 23, 2007

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“It’s been a tough year so far,” #2 son remarked the other day, a propos of nothing. I looked inquiring, but he said that was all, he just had thought about that fact. In some ways, he’s right. January was […]