- I need to figure out how to monetize the corgi.
- When it comes to endurance, the gender divide is disappearing -- and the women who are winning are badass.
- I'm so, so tired of stories like this being reported with breathless surprise. None of it is new.
- You will be brave ... enough.
- Making shawls sexy.
- I died a little.
- Making the brain chemicals work in your favor.
- May your coworkers be this amusing.
- Find your niche.
- Turn every page. (Long, but worth it if you want to know how this sort of work gets done.)
This week's Another Mother Runner column combines two of my passions: running and running.
- 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.