Monthly Archives: February 2009

Debit or Credit?

  I have a question.  What are the benefits of using a debit card over a credit card?  We have used a credit card for most of our purchases for many years, and every time I’m asked “Debit or Credit?” … Continue reading

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Help for the Home-Harried?

  Since I was very young, I took to housekeeping like a cat takes to water.  (Cats can be very efficient swimmers, but they just don’t seem to enjoy it much, and avoid it whenever possible.)  You really wouldn’t think … Continue reading

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Muddled Musings on Free Will

  Free will–I’ve thrown the term around, but it’s really a little hard to define.  Does anyone truly have complete free will?  Not really.  Of course we are limited by physical things–we can’t simply will ourselves to fly like a … Continue reading

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The Making of a Baby

  If you’re interested in watching a fascinating video about the development of a baby in the womb, be sure to check this out.  I thought it was super! http://www.answersingenesis.org/media/video/ondemand/fearfully/fearfully-wonderfully-made I thought at first it might be boring, but it’s … Continue reading

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I am SO glad to be home

We just got back from a trip to town, and I am thankful to be here.  The weather is NASTY!  It’s snowing hard and “slicker than calf slobber,” as my dh says.  We got about halfway home and came upon … Continue reading

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What Did We Learn From Y2K?

  I was just reading a bit of The Psychopathology of Everyday Schooling  by John Gatto, and came across this quote from Langdon Winner. Society is composed of persons who cannot design, build, repair, or even operate most of the devices … Continue reading

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Three Current Events Questions

  I just read an article that advised allowing GM and Chrysler to die, since people obviously aren’t wanting to buy their products.  Do you agree? I also read a few things that got me thinking about all the hoopla concerning the … Continue reading

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