Monthly Archives: July 2012

peddling, er winning, salvation

Please work out your own salvation without needing MY fear and trembling! It just occurred to me that one of things I find troubling about the christian religion — or at least some streams of it — is that so … Continue reading

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lovely blogs ~ part 2.2

After a brief delay — for a nourishing visit with family and some amazing time on the water —  I’m back with the rest of my lovely blog assignment!  (See here for the introduction of the One Lovely Blog award, … Continue reading

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lovely blogs ~ part 2.1

I’m back with (part of) part two of my Lovely Blog Award homework!  (See here for part one.) The reason this is only part 2.1 is that as I wrote about the first few of my favorite blogs, I realized … Continue reading

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one lovely blog

I have received the “One Lovely Blog” award, from a new net-friend Clare Flourish! Clare has a truly lovely blog herself, full of strength and elegance and illustrated beautifully with paintings and photographs.  I’m delighted that she chose mine among … Continue reading

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it’s an epidemic!

My partner got her hair cut last week! She’d let her hair grow/stay long these last several years because I asked her to.  (That’s love….!)  Over the last year, ever since we moved, we haven’t been able to find THE … Continue reading

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the nest

Trusting that my kid doesn’t read my blog (she thinks it’s weird that I have one), I write: I sit here amidst unusual clutter in my office (I’m re-organizing some files, and I hit a wall this afternoon in the … Continue reading

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the perfect recipe…?

Food for thought: Take the incredible idea of a King who loves me so much that He’d be willing to die for me… In a culture that is structured around hierarchy and authority… Add a sense of unworthiness and isolation … Continue reading

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