It's been a long time since I blogged regularly--about since our fourth was born. He's two and a half now, and I would like to get back to it now that the most distracting stage of babydom is passing. I admire those women who can get all sorts of coherent thoughts out with little ones running around. I'm not one of them. But to get things rolling, here are some of the scads of tabs that I have up that I don't want to lose.
Poetry from John Donne, for Good Friday. And more of it.
A book on the Gypsies that looks very interesting.
Pixar's 22 rules of story telling
David Hartley Bent on the brilliantly bad Irish writer Amanda McKittrick Ros
A study of Ancient Roman hairstyles
An article on the rising number of diability cases
John Stackhouse talks about forgiveness in the Lord's Prayer
Richard Beck looks at the solar and lunar calenders and how date for Easter is determined
and finally, songs by Toby Mac and J Moss that I need to download for our daughter who is dancing to them for her spring dance recital.
There we are. A little bit of the fuel of the rock tumbler in my brain. Blessings on you all this Easter Weekend.