Monthly Archives: May 2016

Hero Worship

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day. Some people love the holiday, others are ambivalent, while others don’t celebrate “Hallmark greeting card” holidays. Me, I’d rather skip this entirely. I have issues with it, but that kind of goes without saying.

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For Your Viewing Pleasure

Here is a cat, trying to be sneaky. Enjoy!

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A Little Balm for the Soul

That last post was kind of tough, so here’s a heartwarming story about a school that included a student’s service dog in their yearbook. Because I don’t know about you, but I could use some warm fuzzies right about now.

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I Can’t Even

File this one under “What is this I don’t even”: a conference in Kansas will arrange child marriages for Christian homeschoolers. You are reading this correctly and it is not just Progressive Secular Humanist who has it; it’s on Love … Continue reading

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Sit and Listen

Children waiting for the day they feel good Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday And I feel the way that every child should Sit and listen, sit and listen Went to school and I was very nervous No one knew me, no … Continue reading

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#93

The pajama pants are no longer dripping wet but still damp, so they hang over the top of the door. It will probably take them at least another day to day and a half to dry. Once done, they will … Continue reading

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Cool

Say “hi” to a new jellyfish that looks like it came straight out of The X Files. It’s believed to be an ambush predator and it looks insanely cool. Oceanography is just awesome.

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