Saturday on the Links

Saturday on the Links October 24, 2015

Trying to really do links, even if it makes my fingers bleed from bashing at my wretched tiny keyboard. Also, trying to gather comment moderation into my own hands so that people can comment in peace without running into foul and ugly language. After that, I swear I’ll go clean my whole house, for real.

Jessica Snell updated her blog look and name recently. She was one of the very first blogs I began reading, so many long years ago and was a calming and interesting presence in my roiling Anglican life. Stuff I learned from her in the early days? It’s good to spend time on house keeping and not feel guilty about making it beautiful. The food can be lovely and the flowers can be plentiful and you don’t have to feel bad for spending time on the details.  Also, she helped me have langusge to translate liturgy for people who wanted it in their home lives, something I could do, but didn’t know how to talk about. If you haven’t got your own copy of her book, which you can find on her blog, you might like to, especially as Advent is fast approaching.

Kit is a new young blogger who I think is awesome 1. Because she posts every single day! 2. She thinks about things. 3. She’s helping me in Sunday school and thinks the whole enterprise is crazy and weird, which has endeared her to me forever.

Many moons ago Hot Rod Anglican did up this nice litany which is ever on my mind, now, as I venture into the deep tides of crazy on the Internet.

And apparently three links is all I’m allowed. So I guess we’ll have to do this fun little exercise again soon. Have a lovely day and stay out of the way of that terrible hurricane, if you’re able!


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