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No Apologies (but some links)

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I always hate it when I look up and a bunch of time has passed and I haven’t blogged. It’s just not a good habit to keep. Then again, this blogging thing is supposed to be FUN. (Platform building lecturers, leave the room, please.) And...
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The Pitter Patter of Many Cuts #LawnChairCatechism

The Pitter Patter of Many Cuts #LawnChairCatechism
Sometimes, people who know me pretty well are amused to be reminded (or to find out for the first time) that, in my undergrad years, I minored in Production Agriculture. This means that I took, among other classes, Small Engines, Welding, and Concrete. (I think...
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Summer Reading: The Rosie Project

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Oh. My. Word. What a book! First, it’s entertaining and hilarious. Second, it’s insightful into those highly analytical Asperger’s types. I heard about it thanks to Julie and Scott at the A Good Story Is Hard to Find podcast, and their discussion made me curious...
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Summer Reading: The Watson Chronicles

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I just lovvvvve a good mystery. And did I ever find one this summer! In The Watson Chronicles, Ann Margaret Lewis dusts off everything I loved about Sherlock Holmes in junior high (when I discovered him thanks to required reading) and adds enough that grown-up me...
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Summer Reading: Tobit’s Dog

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I love the book of Tobit and I read it many years ago, sitting in Adoration as a new Catholic. And I wondered why in the world you would cut such a brilliant adventure story from the Bible. I was therefore VERY excited when I heard...
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Broken and Blessed #LawnChairCatechism

Broken and Blessed - Snoring Scholar
Being a sinner sure isn’t easy. Wait. Yes it is. It comes all too naturally to me. I no sooner walk out of confession, clean as a whistle, than I’m back at it, somehow. But the worst thing is the recurring sins, the habits that...
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Summer Reading: Everywhere in Chains

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There are some books that I start and I keep reading, not sure exactly why. I finished Everywhere in Chains, by James Casper, in May, before summer officially started, but it’s the kind of book that’s stayed with me. I didn’t read it quickly (or it didn’t feel...
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