I Danced at a Wedding…

Over the weekend, my cousin got married. Even though it was a mixed marriage (she’s Indian and the guy is white), much of the wedding was culturally Indian. Which means there will be dancing. Not just mass dancing for everyone, like at a reception, but individual performances. My family friends thought it would be hilarious [Read More...]

Danville, IL Gets a Campus Atheist Group

There’s a new campus atheist group forming at Danville Area Community College (in Illinois) and they’re already getting press! [Nathan A.] Ingold, 27, of Danville, is a full-time DACC student in the new wind energy technician associate-degree program. When he returned to college after serving in the military and being in the work force, he [Read More...]

Cellophane Babies, Part 2

I don’t say this often (really)… but remember that image of babies in cellophane? Apparently, there was at least one more in the series! And this time… there’s another child: Nicely done, DuPont. That’s what I call “setting the bar higher.” (Thanks to Enola for the link!) [Read more...]

Rubber Band FSM

Kelli and Daniel witnessed an appearance of the Flying Spaghetti Monster in a pile of rubber bands! There’s a pun to be made here. I wonder what it is… In any case, prophet Bobby would be proud. [Read more...]

The World of Conservative Christian Homeschooling, Part 3

I’ve been reading a book called Write These Laws on Your Children: Inside the World of Conservative Christian Homeschooling (Beacon Press, August, 2009) by Robert Kunzman. The book is a look at six Christian families and how they homeschool their children. Not every family fits the stereotype I know I have in my mind. Some [Read More...]