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Ottaviani's Intervention

After reflecting upon a recent (and rather superficial) post concerning the current state of the Church, I decided upon the presentation of some further explanatory material. 702 more words


Haiku for Midsummer

Ah! Midsummer sun.
Blonde girl walking a black dog.
All downhill from here.

NOTES: We’ve come to that time again.  Summer has peaked and feels like it is beginning to slip away.

Prince Charles on the London Skyline

“All around me is what used to be one of the architectural wonders of the world: London.”

In this short excerpt from the 1988 BBC documentary  80 more words

Nineteenth Century

an affair to remember

For those of us who grew up Jewish in New York during the ’60s and ’70s, the word “affair” had two meanings.

The first — that illicit thing going on between the very married Mr. 596 more words

It's Life

A new tradition

I wrote about a new family tradition on 66 Books – enjoy the read!

Keeping Cool in Summers Gone By

Chilling at Big Mantrap Lake

My family was large and our summer vacations generally involved camping at a lake in Minnesota. Over the years, our favorite spot changed; when I was in high school, we started going to Big Man Trap Lake, in Hubbard County, Minnesota. 251 more words


Will we have rainbows

Yesterday, a first grader died of heat stroke.
In school. The class had gone to a park to do a little nature research, a normal summer time excursion. 553 more words