Monthly Archives: November 2007

In it

Bitch PhD shares a way to meditate, and live in the moment: As soon as you finish reading this paragraph, Stop reading for a moment, and imagine that you are going to die in one minute. The last things you are going to experience are reading these [words], sitting in this room, thinking and feeling […]

One more

Emma reminded me that there’s one other book I forgot to add to the list below: The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins.

Keeping the "-rist" in Christmas

Thanks to Dixie, I’ve got a new holiday mission! I’m actually sending out Christmas cards this year, along with a picture of the munchkin. I’ve got an abundance of both pictures and cards, so if you’re interested in receiving one, leave me a comment or email me your address.

The perils of bibliophilia

Everytime I go home for a visit, I swear to never pack so much, because the coming home part of the trip is always such a pain. Well, if I thought packing pre-baby was nuts, it’s been multiplied since Emma has entered our lives — which isn’t a bad thing, mind you, but it just […]

The Lord works in mysterious ways

Roberts says God forced his resignation TULSA, Okla. – Richard Roberts told students at Oral Roberts University Wednesday that he did not want to resign as president of the scandal-plagued evangelical school, but he did so because God insisted. God told him on Thanksgiving that he should resign the next day, Roberts told students in […]

Home sweet (freakin’ cold) home

We’re back from Virginia. Sorry for the lack of posting in these parts. At one point during my visit, there were 7 adults, 1 infant, and 2 cats sharing 900 sq. feet of house with ONE bathroom. Needless to say, the tight quarters and family bonding time sorta discouraged blogging. Oh, that, and toting a […]

Happy Birthday, Berry.

A wish from afar (with the help of the Arrogant Worms): love, Jecky