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Monday, July 30, 2007

Monday Meet n' Greet: Ketchup Edition

What did the big tomato say to the little tomato when he fell behind?

And 'ketchup' we must as reading books is great and all but we have fallen behind with the latest additions to the webring!


Processing Counselor: A search for spirituality and discussion of different religions approachs to spirituality and treatment their gay and lesbian members. Thoughtful discussion by a licensed mental health counselor about spirituality and her approach to spirituality and thoughts about a high power. About herself Counselor in Process says, "I am a licensed mental health counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor working with individuals with disabilities. I am active in lesbian activism and spiritual activites particularly mindfulness meditation."
Her latest posts range from condolences for friends, a reflection on heaven and a birthday celebration.

suffer well: Musings, on faith, vocation, theology, and the chaos of family life. I'm recently separated from my husband of almost 5 years and we have a 3 year old son. Severely underemployed and in dire need of a vacation! Her header includes this quote, "I found treasure not where I thought, peace of mind can’t be bought…"
She also celebrates a birthday and a major decision.

Skewed View: I'm a preacher's kid living in a small West Texas town, full of the wicked, the weird and the woefully uninformed. I love it here. That's right friends, hop into your favorite car o' justice. It's spookyrach. Go check it out for your own dab of "understated spookiness with a touch of whimsey."

FugueStateKnits: Musings of a middle-aged wife and mother of 6, grandmother of 2 and attorney for about 120 young people who through no fault of their own are dealing with the legal system. I am a rabid liberal in politics and a fairly new Episcopalian, having been a Catholic for 31 years. Love to sing in my church choir and love my family. I'm for same-sex marriage and making our faith more real. Let me tell you how I really feel....
Knitting and autism are the topics in the July 29th post. There are more posts but that one is a great place to start.

Shuck and Jive: A Presbyterian minister blogs about spirituality, culture, religion (both organized and disorganized), life, evolution, literature, Jesus and lightening up. John Shuck is the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethton, Tennessee, a Progressive Christian Community. But wait. There's more. "This blog is part of my outreach and teaching ministry. I comment about theology, social issues, political issues and what not. These are my views and do not necessarily represent those of the congregation I joyfully serve. But my congregation loves me!"

Thoughts and Amusings: Thoughts and Amusings from a kiwi 22 year old. From a Post Modern emergent point of view with a strongly Evanglical/Wesleyan bias too. Also features: a liberal dose of humour. Bible College Student, Youth Leader and School Teacher. Lisa writes about herself, "From Lower Hutt, New Zealand Single Christian, Relief School Teacher, Class Co-ordinator of a Music School, Bible College Student. Searching for God's will ....... "

Be sure to take some time today to introduce yourself!
Welcome one and all!


  1. Thanks for Ketching-us-up.

    What a great group of newcomers!
    Welcome to rgbps.

  2. Rach of Skewed View... thought she was already a member from w-a-y b-a-c-k!

    oh well, you learn something new almost every day :)

  3. Welcome all you folks! Thanks WS for these intros!

  4. Thanks for thinking of us newbies! I have received some very kindly comments from readers of my blog and have included one of those widget thingies in the sidebar also.
    I am really looking forward to reading everyone's thoughts!
    Thanks again, and take care!
    Joan G a/k/a Fuguestateknits

  5. Thank you all for the warm welcome. I feel very happy to be in such company. And thanks for all of your warm and funny comments. Hmm a brain sandwich with pickles and chips, yum.
    I did get get one, sour note speaking of pickles, on the Methodist posting from Anonymous-natch. Feel free to check it out.

  6. Thank you all for your kind words!

    It has been great meeting so many of you!

  7. Thanks for the welcome! Blessings to all!

  8. Joanna -- sorry to hear about the one sour comment -- from anonymous. Hope that didn't spoil things at all.

    like your blog.


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