Howard remains Number One. Cat--I happened to be over at YouTube a few minutes ago, and I think you're right--it looks different, and not better; corporatized.Having a bit of time on my hands, I looked up the California presidential primary results for the Green Party (Jill Stein) and the Peace and Freedom Party (Rocky Anderson), then checked out their web sites. I regret to say that Jill Stein is not a very good public speaker; Rocky Anderson is fairlly good, but not as good as Obama. Rocky is surprisingly close to the main stream for a Peace and Freedom candidate; don't know but what I might send him a little love. Of course he doesn't stand a snowball's chance in Hell, but:"It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don't want and get it."Eugene V. DebsTTFN
Alan, that's interesting. Maybe I'll check out the Peace and Freedom Party. And as always, love the quote. It is so true.
Checking their web site confirms that the Peace and Freedom Party still exists only in California (where I voted in their first primary just to make sure they were on the ballot). The web site mentions that they have formed an alliance with a couple of outside-California socialist parties I've never heard of.
A patriotic Flag Day to everyone!And, my goodness, listener, what a good kitty to sit on the scale not only long enough to be weighed, but long enough to be photographed too! Cute kitty!
This is what I did yesterday.
Wow, Renee, that sounds absolutely lovely and definitely worthwhile.I also admire you for doing a real, live blog entry. Can't remember the last time I was able to muster the energy to do any kind of blog entry, even a half-assed one.
Renee...thank you for posting your blog post link. The reflection seems like part of a discernment process.On Sunday I will be attending the ordination of a woman who has been in the ordination process for fourteen years. I was her spiritual guide for the difficult first half of those years. It will be the first ordination I've attended in some years. Prior to now they have always served as a challenge to my decision to leave the ordination track when I was a postulant for priesthood. As I read your reflective post, the word "deconsecrate" struck me as meaningful. Perhaps I need some sort of deconsecration ritual. Was the service of consecration taken from the Book of Alternative Services or where?I am grateful. ♥
service of consecration = service of deconsecration
listener, most darling baby cat. May she prosper!!No gardening today, but did finish painting the under counter trolley. It's a red I can live with, lol! Looks quite fetching. And only two drops on the floor, four smudges on me, and none on ma shirt: triumph.
Showed Sis the pic of Baby Kitty, and she was entranced.Wow, Puddle, you're always so busy and productive!
Thanks, all! I had caregiver exhaustion this morning, so Mah*Sweetie worked from home for a few hours and tended Mizzen so that I could sleep a bit. My hero! I never could have survived at work otherwise! Tonight Mizzen took a turn for the better, purred up a storm and repeatedly rubbed my face with hers!! It's the sweetest thing, tickles and makes me belly laugh! :-D
Does sound like a sweet kitty.
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