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Review: 100 Day Happiness Planner (with flipthroughs)

When you go analog, you're constantly (if you're me) searching for planner perfection. Also, if you're me, you thrive on short-term planners versus the pressure of an entire year. Also also, if you're me, you regularly scroll through the interwebs looking for new and interesting planners. Enter a sale at indigo.ca (still going on!) and a… Continue reading Review: 100 Day Happiness Planner (with flipthroughs)

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Maybe Jesus Wants Us to Get Over Ourselves

The reading from Acts this evening concerns the establishment, and the joining of two differing communities. The baptists, followers of John and the followers of the Way, early followers of Paul and Jesus. Those baptized by water and repentance, and those baptized by the Holy Spirit. It’s quite a good job that Paul does, easily… Continue reading Maybe Jesus Wants Us to Get Over Ourselves

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What gets you through the night when magic won’t

readings for the week are here and here, and:  “Insomniac”--by Maya Angelou   There are some nights when sleep plays coy, aloof and disdainful. And all the wiles that I employ to win its service to my side are useless as wounded pride, and much more painful.     This week, I have been afraid… Continue reading What gets you through the night when magic won’t

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Justice in the Smallest of Things

  Readings are here, here, and here. In the Psalm we read this evening, we are promised a God of revenge and justice. It’s a tempting vision of God. One that comes in a mighty cloud, wreaking havoc on those who persecute the innocent, “He saves them from the hand of him who is hating,… Continue reading Justice in the Smallest of Things

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Saving What We Love — the Gospel According to Rose Tico

  Readings for the service are here, here, and here. I’m going to start today, where my own moral compass began. Although I was formed at my mother’s and grandmother’s knees at Lutheran sermons and in Sunday school, my true morality play, writ large on the screen when I was a mere 5 years old,… Continue reading Saving What We Love — the Gospel According to Rose Tico

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It’s the end of the world as we know it–and I feel fine

Readings for the week are here, here, and here. "Our earth is degenerate in these latter days. There are signs that the world is speedily coming to an end. Bribery and corruption are common."--Assyrain Tablet, 2800 BCE   The end of the world has been predicted by both scholars and crackpots practically since the beginning… Continue reading It’s the end of the world as we know it–and I feel fine

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Six ways to plan when you’re a mess

The bullet journal community is full of lots of sunshine, glitter, and rainbows.   Don't get me wrong, I friggin' love sunshine, glitter, and rainbows. I am also Bipolar II, which means that sometimes I am just getting by. I've been bujo-ing in one form or another for about two years now. I've adjusted, tweaked,… Continue reading Six ways to plan when you’re a mess