Thursday, December 05, 2013
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Also, somewhere, there is a Doggie Last Supper where Judas in clearly rabid.
And then an angel appeared, pronouncing: "DO NOT. DROWN. THE SON. OF GOD."
Didn't Mary and Joseph get that video in the hospital, "Do not shake the baby!"?
This also substitutes as a lovely bocce set. Oh wait, I think it is one.
Calling the Walker Art Museum!
The kicker is there is a wind-up music box in the back playing "Feliz Navidad."
All of them (sob) found here.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Yes, it says Gobble Tov. From friend of the blog, Allen's Brain.
Thanksgivukkahstock? Who's playing, the Grateful Dead? (Hey, that works....)
And for your practicing Jewish men in the audience (crickets)--
Get it? It's a cross between a yarmulke and a pilgrim hat! Look, the pilgrims were diaspora too. Don't judge.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
Yes, this is me: IC, SIC (spouse of the Ironic Catholic) and Chics (Children of the Ironic Catholic), test tasting Renee's fudge. She's selling it as a fundraiser to go adopt four children with CP from Alex's home country (folks, that is one expensive adoption process--but Renee and her husband truly have a heart and gift for working with this kids. This is worth it!).
This fudge is seriously decadent and for a great cause. Go order some here!
Monday, November 18, 2013
From Calah Alexander's Barefoot and Pregnant post, Sentimental Claptrap, Part II. (BTW if you're not reading her, you should. She's a real treat as a writer...who else could give a post a title like "At least I'm not posting about homicidal llamas").
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Friday, November 01, 2013
|St Jerome looking Jeromish.|
Today is the release date of the Kindle version of Dear Communion of Saints: amusingly apt advice for foolish Christians. It's only 99 cents, so treat yourself!
If you don't know what this is about, think Dear Abby: only the questions get pointed to the saints above. Except apparently it is "flippin hilarious," according to one reviewer, and "intelligently witty and wittily intelligent" to another. Oh, and the writer (me) "writes in such a funny yet reader friendly way that it makes the saints feel closer and more human than they are viewed now." So its an All Saints devotional (in a "sort of kind of well it won't hurt and you may learn some things" kind of way.
The book received something like a 4.7 star rating, and lots of rating and compliments, on Smashwords. I'm finally making the leap to the monopoly that is Amazon. If you read it before, please consider going to the Amazon site and leaving a review. If you haven't read it, what are you waiting for? Saintly intervention?