A little tired from what seems like weeks on incessant blogging, and we may be gearing up for another big week if this story continues to develop. Should be interesting. Terri Schiavo was allowed to be dehydrated and starved to death because her husband remembered, 6 or 7 years on that, “oh, yeah…she didn’t want to live like this.” Now, an elderly lady with a living will , and who is apparently not comatose, vegetative or dying may be suffering the same fate. Keep your eyes on it. Surely, if this quote is accurate, we are standing upon a terrible precipice:
“Grandmama is old and I think it is time she went home to Jesus,” Gaddy told Magouirk’s brother and nephew, McLeod and Ken Mullinax. “She has glaucoma and now this heart problem, and who would want to live with disabilities like these?”
Doug at Bogus Gold has an update from the local paper.
I wanted to link to Wittingshire, who have a link and excerpt regarding Intelligent Design that I thought was pretty interesting. I confess I don’t know enough about it. Anyone who reads me knows I am no scholar…but it’s still pre-tty compelling stuff.
I kinda liked this young man’s experience at St. Peter’s.
The publication ban in Canada has been lifted. All props must begin by acknowledging Ed Morrissey as the force behind this good news.
DO go read Bernard Higgins’s A Certain Slant of Light. Just keep scrolling; it’s all good.
Finally, I must send out public thanks to three bloggers who came to understand that I was in serious “blogger-distress” last night and who were extremely generous in their help, Dirty Harry at Jackson’s Junction, Matt at Cartago Delenda Est and most especially, Sigmund, Carl and Alfred who did the work of three men in one! Thank you, guys, for your thoughtful kindness; I hope I can someday repay the favor.