- Earning the right take up space.
- The aftermath of purity culture.
- Thank you but no. (Although Brrrrrn would play to my strengths....)
- Just in case you'd like a guest in your pulpit, I am available. So is a band called "Dr. Dubious and the Agnostics," who, frankly, sound like a much better choice.
- Making climate change tactile.
- What it is like to go to the theater with my husband and I.
- The other day, I wondered what ever happened to colored toilet paper. Then my friend Anj, unprompted, sent this to me.
Over at Another Mother Runner, a quick round-up of the last couple of weeks.
(the chancel display is above)
A couple of years ago, I did the end-of-year sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta. After taking a small break -- I just didn't feel like I had anything new to say -- I'm back. Or, rather, I was back last Sunday. The sermon (more of a talk, really) is podcastable here: T.B.D.
This was made live last week (I think) but I've been both busy and not. A little bit about my dog and running, over at another mother runner.
"The servers seemed eager to oblige, but gave the impression of struggling in the face of unseen enemies."
-- Pete Wells' review of Bluebird London is a thing of beauty.
- Nature is cool.
- Performing masculinity during this festive season.
- Our urge to mark things.
- Maybe this will help the bulk of the country realize that access to free/inexpensive birth control leads to better outcomes?
- To give the neighbors a better view.
- I had to read this in shifts because my rage kept getting the better of me.
- I can't remember if I've sung the praises of Wooden Overcoats before but let me do so now. If your sense of humor runs toward the British and black, you will enjoy this pod. Plus, they have a Christmas episode, which is perfect for car trips. And they have merch.
For those who don't also do social media, to make a long story short, our corgi is currently in the hospital after having surgery on her back. It's been a bit of a week. Hung your companion animals extra tight tonight.
First, a shameless promo: Some runs inspire hate, over at Another Mother Runner.