Care Bears

09 Dec 18
Hyperjumping

First of all: hail to all editors. Editing is an art I have undervalued for a long time and which I never really had a lot of luck with. I always edited and proofread my own work even though I knew I had ‘a fool for a client’. I’m not good at editing. I’m not […]

09 Dec 18
Words Gone Haywire

Fact, bears dwelling in colder regions sleeps through their den the entire winter season, about seven months. They emerge when spring comes having voracious appetite. But, note that not all species of bears hybernate. My question is do people do this in their own lifetime? My own theory is that, yes. I feel like I’m […]

09 Dec 18
CatholicNetwork.US

From US Catholic in 2016: Sylvia Hood Washington didn’t set out to be an advocate for climate justice. “I don’t want to be on this mission,” she says. “My kids are out of college and graduate school and it would be so easy to sit back and plan a vacation to Hawaii.” But her personal […]

09 Dec 18
Jumbled Jess

I haven’t written a blog in a while. In all fairness, when I created my blog I did declare that I might be terrible at maintaining it. In some respect I just haven’t felt particularly motivated to write, be it lack of a muse or just laziness. I do suffer from a touch of seasonal […]

09 Dec 18
little bear

I forgot what day it was. It’s Tuesday. Without fail I have slid to the bottom of this slippery slope that is my healing. Or is it still heartbreak? I don’t know anymore, sometimes the lines are just too blurred to tell what’s what. The drive now in the morning offers too much time spent alone […]

09 Dec 18
Neal Lynch

The New York Giants beat the bejeesus out of the Washington Redskins in Week 14, winning 40-16. Here are my post-game thoughts.

09 Dec 18
Beggar's Bread

“As funny as it sounds some folks actually prefer a cage to freedom.”
— Fred W. Anson

09 Dec 18
Creaturely Consideration

The audio can be listened to here. What kind of time is this to be alive in Scotland? In the West? Is it a good time to be alive, or a bad time? Do I need to convince you that at this time, in this country, the true church has many enemies? Do I need […]

09 Dec 18
JM Fambrough

Two years ago I sustained an injury to my left hip in a traumatic car accident that could have easily taken two lives if the incoming car had hit 6 inches to the left. God kept the two of us safe and well although my hip will never again be the same. Due to the […]

09 Dec 18
Maine Republic Email Report

   Judge Anna von Reitz Following my apparently earth-shattering comments yesterday revealing that the police are not functioning as Public Law Officers and that they are in fact organized under Pinkerton Laws that allowed the railroads and the Pony Express to establish private security agencies to protect the mail and the transportation corridors (the US […]

09 Dec 18
Choctaw Journeys into the Past

As much as the Indian tribes had resisted, in 1910 the U.S. government assumed full control of the tribal schools in the former Indian Territory. The schools still continued to be supported by tribal funds, but the funds were now to be disbursed directly to each school superintendent, who reported back to the Commissioner of […]

09 Dec 18
When Cancer Comes to Call

Checking in after a month that was really going swimmingly until mid November. Since then we have had a rude awakening! Lesson learned-never take this new found health for granted! I began the month getting more involved in activities outside the home, even able to take part in welcoming a new family to the United […]

09 Dec 18
HOLDING OUT FOR THE HERO

“A small pet animal is often an excellent companion for the sick…” – Florence Nightingale (1859) We live in a world where good news is often outshone by bad. Every day, thousands of people work to make this world a better place. Such things as courage and self-sacrifice, however, are inherent not only in people; also in our smaller, four-legged and furry friends, and sometimes not […]

09 Dec 18
Emily's Everything

This is a two part post, carrying on with the recent epistemological theme! Part one is an explanation of the concept of justification.  Part two will be an analysis of why you don’t have any (and might not even care!). What exactly is justification?  Before we go ahead doubting it, let’s see what it is […]

09 Dec 18
Two Squirrels Vegan

The end is near. You know the end I’m talking about.  You feel it coming.  It creeps in slowly while we are busy sending kids back to school, and “getting back into the swing of things”.  When we are snarfing Halloween candy because we didn’t have as many trick-or-treaters as we thought. (Whateves, you know […]