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Inspector Morse

The Wolvercote Tongue

The joy in the early Morses is more from the production values and, especially, John Thaw’s wonderful performance.

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One Year and Seven Months

In that time I have cooked exactly 4 times. At first I couldn’t eat without involuntarily vomiting after I found out about the affair. It was so devastating emotionally I literally could not eat without throwing up. 198 more words



Moving and starting a new company isn’t enough stress I have to do it in December!!

Busiest time of the year for Urban Dog. My friend is visiting for the Holidays and we will be going up to NYC Christmas Eve to see the lights and tour around. 425 more words


Wondering and Wandering

A mere two full days after I returned from Rome, in the most bewildering week of my life, I went on to Birmingham, England. I flew into Birmingham rather than London for one reason alone – to visit the Birmingham Oratory. 1,050 more words


C.S. Lewis Died on This Date

C.S. Lewis died this date in 1963. Lewis was a novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, literary critic, lay theologian, essayist and Christian apologist from Belfast Ireland. He is best known for… 8 more words


C. S. Lewis: A Bibliography

Abraham, William J. “C. S. Lewis and the Conversion of the West.” Perspectives 10 (January 1995): 12-17.

Anderson, George C. “C. S. Lewis: Foe of Humanism.” Christian Century 63 (25 December 1946): 1562-63. 2,777 more words