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“The eye turned backward to the Cross”

In sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ, we commend to Almighty God our brother; and we commit his body to the ground; earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust. “I will not … Continue reading

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Scattered updates

My sister follows a few of those modest-fashion-homeschooling-stay-at-home-mom (or daughter as the case may be) blogs, and sometimes seeing the title of my latest post in with all theirs on the side of her blog is amusing. Last time it … Continue reading

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In which I ramble about things including death

It’s August now, and more people have been resuscitating the question about where I am in school and what I’m doing next. I still have to say I don’t know. Grad school. A few professors and such have recommended not … Continue reading

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In case anybody’s still reading, I’m not dead.

Many apologies for the silence here last week. First it was busy, then I was tired and busy, then Kaila (electric guitarist from last semester’s Christmas concert) came and spent the weekend with us, and somewhere in all that I … Continue reading

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Rambling about the way historians see things — also known as, We’re Weird

Merry Christmas, or Happy Epiphany, or whatever the proper greeting for today is. (For some people, like my mother, it’s Happy Birthday, but one can’t just go around wishing all and sundry a happy birthday all the time.) My sister … Continue reading

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December Wrap-up

Merry Christmas! I have returned from the paths of the dead (not that any of the Dead who inhabited the actual Paths died by anything so dull as a cold), at least temporarily, with just enough wit to turn in … Continue reading

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“Bring me flesh and bring me wine!”

Merry Christmas! For those without the context (it’s Good King Wenceslas), it was somewhat unnerving to hear my sister bellowing out that line, and only that line, at random times in the days leading up to Christmas. I was going … Continue reading

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