Monthly Archives: August 2008

Trumped?

My husband saw Ivana Trump’s 147-foot yacht, the Gran Finale, moored at the local yacht club a few days ago.  He didn’t know at the time who it belonged to, just knew that it was way bigger than most of … Continue reading

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Who are the Mormons? LDS vs. FLDS

I think I’ve made some pretty strong comments about the whole FLDS mess, so I’m glad I was able to read this book.  It is amazing and fascinating, and I couldn’t stop reading it.  Written by the fourth wife of … Continue reading

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Icky

I hate books that leave you feeling icky.  And I didn’t think the ending was believable at all. 

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Big or Little?

If you believe in a God who controls the big things, you have to believe in a God who controls the little things.  It is we, of course, to whom things look “little” or “big.”  Amy Carmichael wrote: There is … Continue reading

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Lepidoptera Report

Over the weekend, one Monarch emerged and flew away, another one made a chrysalis, and yet another was found lying on the concrete looking lost, so we brought it in.    It has been chomping down the milkweed, and now … Continue reading

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Vessels in the Master’s Use

After reading Judy’s latest post I wandered off onto a rabbit-trail in my mind.  She wrote about vessels–how we are vessels, but all different shapes and sizes and colors and materials.  At first I pictured a shelf with all kinds of pots … Continue reading

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This is Education?

I received an e-mail today alerting me to this article about the NEA and the resolutions they passed at their latest convention.  I have to wonder how many people who support them really know what they’re supporting.  Not one of the resolutions … Continue reading

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