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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Wednesday Round-up from N-Z

Yee-hah! It's time for the Wednesday Round-up: the Latter Blogs! There seems to be four major themes today:

Sabbath Musings: Several folks are contemplating Quotidian Grace's question about a summer hiatus from Sunday School, which leads to some interesting corollaries on the theme - Susie at Nueva Cantora is one. Stacey at The Almond Branch is another.

Thomas Merton: Joel, the Tent Maker is still working through his rereading of "Seven Storey Mountain" and Mike over at The Mercy Blog ruminates about him too. You know, I ALMOST went to St. Bonnie's for my MSW. Factoid: I worked for a social service agency closely allied with St. Bonaventure. Hmmm, six degrees of separation.

A-Z Meme: Lots of folks are jumping on this like a "duck on a june bug" (Sorry, that was a meme from a couple weeks ago). Get to know your fellow bloggers better! Folks like,
Being Shielded and mibi, Reverend Mother , ppb and Beth. Does it seem to you that there are a lot of Sagittari? Is that even a word?

And our last category, Miscellaneous:

Speaking of words, if you want to make friends and influence people, try out some of
the words found at Twerpette's blog. There is also an array of interesting trivia that will make you go hmmm, hmmm, hmmm.

I always guessed that Jeff was a closet Untied Methodist.

QC is wondering "What is HQ thinkin'?"

Mary Beth The Terrapin Station is thankful.

Walking Humbly is trying to cope with the next Tiger Woods.

Zinnhead had late Chinese.

Sister Steph is making family vacation plans with her biological sister.

Pink Shoes has checked out.

Pastor Amy gets some good advice from her mother-in-love about Messiah Complexes.

Natty, you have such a pleasant voice. Good self-talk!

All together now: Please join On the Journey's Becky in singing a arousing rendition of "Oh, You Beautiful Doll!" I (heart) Mother-Daughter Banquets!

First, it was Blingy Bob. Now it's Bumper Sticker Theology. My favorite: "If God is your co-pilot, you'd better change seats." Oh, will smama!

Check out Playing Tag with God's "12 Stations of Easter Kitsch." BTW, did you ever find out who the 'Royal Religious Peculiars'were? When I asked Father Larry, our resident Episcopalian priest, he laughed at me. Hmmmmm. Must be an episcopalian thing.

RevDrMom has been found out.

Happy ANZAC Day, rev em! What's a treacle? Check out her ANZAC cookie recipe (Beats that stuff out of the MREs). And we're conflicted about the war, too!

Songbird has had a breakthrough!

Lorna is doing the domestic goddess thing and asking, who are you? And prayers for her as she undergoes surgery!

And last, but not by any means least, St. Casserole shares her joy and sorrow. Happy anniversary to the Casseroles and our prayers at the loss of Lewis. (Note: I forgot to sign my e-mail, St. C! That was me.)

That about wraps up our late blog Wednesday roundup. As always, if'n I missed you - my apologies and you can always leave a note in the comments!

Get along little doggies and kitties! Be blessed!


  1. I did, actually. The Royal Religious Peculiars are the chapels that the royal family attends. Go figure; I just love what they're called.

    Someone here might know: Where would I go to learn blog design for idiots? I barely even know what Photoshop is, and I'm bored with my template.


  2. Ah! So it's an ANGELICAN thing! Thanks for the info!

  3. I've been called a lot of things in my time but "the domestic goddess " no! never!

    and do you realise it hurts to laugh out loud after surgery!!!

    I'm home and ok but think I'll take a nap now.


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