I have been meaning to blog some more here but alas twas not to be this week. So, here are a few posts and things that you might be interested in if you have some clicks left in ya before the weekend. ONE: Mark needs some feedback on his Bible Study on Blogs. TWO: Abbykk [...]
In order to avoid getting into some of the mundane Monday tasks, here are three quick links that greeted me the morning. I love when people I know in person get some visibility for good work and creativity. Imagine my surprise to open the paper this AM – yes, I still like reading and actually [...]
[h/t: Sparkwood & 21] When Resourceful Goes too Far If you have not picked up on this blog by Bay Area newbie Brittany Gilbert, add her to your reader. What are you waiting for?
[h/t: Presbymergent] Always a willing participant in the viral nature of community building, let me pass along this note from Susan Baller-Shepard, from the www.spiritualbookclub.com. I am a Presbyterian minister, social worker, and writer, and I’ve facilitated www.spiritualbookclub.com for nearly ten years now. I am a parish associate pastor at First Pres-Normal, IL. We also [...]
Thanks to Shawn, I was made aware of the term Rick Rolled. Sorry, again for the Rick Roll. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahah!
After my post about Too old for an identity crisis, someone sent me this one, What Asian People Like. I have decided that I am not White. A few nights ago our youngest crawled onto my lap and fell asleep. Being the whirling dervish momma’s girl that she is, she hasn’t done that in a [...]
Not sure how I first heard of this neighborhood site, Every Block. I think it was The Corner – the guy who is my supplier for all things new and cool - but I was hit today with a google alert because someone reviewed MBCC. After poking around a bit, I was immediately impressed with [...]
Today I was in Ab’s classroom to help with reading and since it was raining filled in for Ms. V. during recess so she could take a break. Too fun hanging out with 20 first-graders. The best part was watching a group of them build a castle and then spend 10 minutes passionately and animatedly [...]
This week’s installment of BLOG MAP 10. Starting Blog:One of the very first church/religion/culture bloggers that I really got to know was DJ Chuang. I don’t even remember now how we met, but he helped me get settled and moving as I began this blogging journey. I think it was a couple of years before [...]
Last night was the launching of MBCC’s new youth group. We have a five 5th-6th graders and figured it was time. As I dropped my eldest child off, I told her that I was more excited than her and maybe I should go too. With the rolling of her eyes and poke on the shoulder [...]
This week’s installment of BLOG MAP 10. Starting Blog:I know many a sleepless night you sit awake at night wondering, "Where is there a juggernaut of Presbyterian Church (USA) bloggers?" Well sleep soundly because we begin this installment of BM10 over at Presbyterian Bloggers. And to its credit it appears that there are folks from [...]
This week’s installment of BLOG MAP 10. Starting Blog:This week I decided to start with a blog that I read quite a bit for my social networking. Influential Marketing Blog by Rohit Barghava is worth subscribing to as the posts are solid, informed and will give you much of the content and analysis of most [...]
This week’s installment of BLOG MAP 10. Starting Blog:Welcome Jud Hendrix to blogland. Jud is the pastor of Covenant Community Church in Louisville where the tag line is quite possibly better than nothing, and is one of the most thoughtful and creative religious folks I know. He has always asked good questions and pushing in [...]
This is the first installment of this hallowed and genteel game. If you would like to play along be sure to follow the BLOG MAP 10 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. Here it goes . . . Starting Blog #1 // UbuntuCat // Solid, thoughtful and engaging writer on pop culture, social issues and Ubuntu. I can [...]