[The Telegraph, February 29] Parents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed because they are "morally irrelevant" and ending their lives is no different to abortion, a group of medical ethicists linked to Oxford University has argued. The article, published in the Journal of Medical Ethics, says newborn babies are not “actual persons” … Continue reading "After-Birth Abortion"
I don't follow the Hollywood annals, not at all. Just not interested frankly. Therefore I am woefully ignorant of most big names, much less know where they belong (sitcom, movie, soap opera, sports...). So when I saw that Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick had interviewed Jonathan Jackson on his podcast Roads from Emmaus I was uninterested. … Continue reading Jonathan Jackson’s journey to Orthodoxy
Next to last day! I've been adding other letter photos here and there as I find them (just got a few more today). After this is done I might put together a photo collage of my favorite of each letter. Eiffel tower upside down Vintage egg beater Ribby Azaleas (blooming!!)
I won't be posting much this week since it's the first week of Great Lent. I'll finish out the alphabet and may post something here and there as it strikes me. I'm trying to cut back my computer time as well. Wild horses couldn't drag out of me how long I sit here and turn … Continue reading Sufficient Grace
First day of Lent, Clean Monday, so not much in the way of posting (and not a whole lot this week). From some Civil War playing cards This next picture is appropriate to the day for a very funny reason. When we were on our way to church this evening for the Great Canon of … Continue reading 29 Day Alphabet Photography Challenge: X
Father's favorite drink Architectural detail near window seat Basket detail
Sorry, day late and dollar short. Maybe one day I'll get well. Nutcracker Vase Spinning wheel Books Hammer
Please forgive me for anything I have done or said or written to hurt any of you.
No more will you need to skip over "storm stories" with a grimace. No more the obligatory comments on "how can you delight in destruction?" No more confusion. I am moving the whole kit and caboodle to a new blog, "The Siren's Call: everyone else runs for shelter, I'm on the porch." I will be … Continue reading Storm clouds moving away
(If you're thinking you missed T, go back a post - I just put it up.) Measuring cup handle. End of mop. One half of picnic basket lid. Camera case. The hurricane lamp again!