Because it’s Thanksgiving, the boyfriend and I will be doing a lot of traveling today and probably tomorrow to visit family, which will of course be stressful. It is for everyone, right?
Today, I was shopping instead of crafting. I was shopping mainly for crafting supplies, though. This happened because I tried to put air in my tires, but the gas station air compressor was out of order, so I had to go to another one. And then another one, because that one was also broken. By … More In God YOU Trust
Before I start, I’d like to discuss a bit of semantics. I typically try to use the terms “believe”, “think”, and “know” to indicate varying levels of certainty. Obviously, “know” is the highest level, where I have no reasonable doubt. “Think” is in between, indicating that I’m fairly sure I could back up whatever I’m … More What Do You Believe?
Too much crafting…
As I mentioned yesterday, I’ll be doing short posts for a while as I try to craft gifts for Christmas. I’ll do longer posts again if either I have spare time at work or give up on crafting handmade gifts. We’ll see how things go. For today, please enjoy this quote, which quite concisely explains … More Prayers – Only Answered Through Our Own Deeds
I have a friend in town who I haven’t seen in a while, so rather than managing my time wisely, I spent the morning eating fried chicken and learning about biology on Khan Academy and will be spending the evening hanging out. This actually works out well, as I want to share a rather lengthy … More We Are All Confident Idiots
This announcement is a bit overdue, but I wanted to share it. About the beginning of May, I decided to learn to knit. I wanted a craft that could travel well, that I could pick up and put down at a moment’s notice, that I could use to keep my hands busy while out being social … More Scarf Complete
A couple of weeks ago, I linked to the story of a woman who is choosing to die this Saturday. This week, I found (…read) a response to her by a Catholic seminarian. The man also has terminal brain cancer, and he has chosen to waste away under the disease until it takes his life. … More A Follow-Up to Brittany Maynard’s Story
Yesterday’s post was quite long, so today’s will be quite short. (Update on that post: he did reply one other time, but had no response to my disagreement, at least not yet – and he’s been active today.) For today, I’d like to point my readers to Greta Christina’s blog post from about a week … More Is It Ethical to Conceal Your Atheism?