We're back on the notebook review train with one of the most popular inexpensive journal's The Artist Loft dot grid journal. These are available inexpensively at Michael's (they retail for a mere 5$ in the states, and go for 9$ in Canada). They are what I would call a semi-hardcover and come in a wide… Continue reading Bargain Basics Notebook Review: Artist’s Loft
Homily from The Corner, Feast of the Visitation, May 31: Readings here, here, and here. There she is: everywhere. In icons, on jewelry, in tattoos, airbrushed on souped-up cars: Mary, The Blessed Mother, The Virgin, Theotokos (The God-bringer) The mother of God, Jesus’ Mom. She’s the subject of more portraiture, poetry, and song than… Continue reading Mary: SJW
One of the things I’ve reflected on as a weakness of the church’s Bible presentation model is the fact that it presents the bible in little amuse-bouche pieces--here are a few verses from here, and a few more verses from there. To the churched, who have heard them associated with one another for decades,… Continue reading Putting down baggage and picking up love
Next up in the reviews of low-cost notebooks are ones that I've been tempted by many times. I all-caps LOVE Costco. As soon as I got my car, I got a Costco membership. I could do an entire blog series about growing up in poverty and food scarcity and the healing balm that having a… Continue reading Bargain Basics: Costco/Spiceboxbooks Notebooks
I am a lover of the Scribbles that Matter notebooks. They are well-made, fountain pen friendly, lusciously coloured notebooks. I'm also going through notebooks at a clip of one every 45-60 days right now. That's fast. I have at least three notebooks on the go at any given moment, and right now it's more like… Continue reading Bargain Basic Notebooks Review: Ikea Lankmoj
GOD IS GOD AND I AM NOT. It only flashes on the screen for a brief second during Beyonce’s video for “Don’t Hurt Yourself”--it did the same during her Lemonade tour. The flash of text is so brief that it is almost difficult to read the message, but there it is --in all caps… Continue reading GOD IS GOD AND I AM NOT.
So, a few months ago, I went away to the convent (get thee to a nunnery!) and had this crazy idea. An amazing thing happened while I was at the convent, but I have to go back in time a bit before I tell you about it. I have a PhD. It sits in a… Continue reading If you build it, will they come?