Days of Auld Lang What? The Road Into the Open: Could a best-selling Finnish novel change your life?
Right on Kalidor. I like the Maison de campagne and the Caravane.
If you need to decompress after a season of overindulgence I highly recommend INTO GREAT SILENCE. It is airing Saturday, January 1 at 8:00 PM (EST) on EWTN. In the Continue Reading →
The blinking of its ruby lights could been seen at dusk from Windsor Castle, the terminal’s forms giving shape to the promises of modernity. – Alain de Botton (1) Airport Continue Reading →
I have 8 minutes (less now) before 12.26. How about a quote from my Missal? Let us pray [that the love of Christ will be a light to the world] Continue Reading →
I wasn’t sure HOW to conclude my Advent contemplations (beginning with my retreat at St. Joseph’s Abbey) so I went to the bookshelf and pulled a copy of Mother Angelica’s Continue Reading →
Juliet O’Hara or Olivia Dunham?
(1) The Net Neutrality Coup: The campaign to regulate the Internet was funded by a who’s who of left-liberal foundations. (2) The Obama FCC has regulated the Internet (3) Abolish Continue Reading →
On Palin’s Reading List, C.S. Lewis (WSJ) For Lewis, one of the best ways to know a person was to know what they read. He was convinced that books defined Continue Reading →
I found this graphical bauble searching for a picture of an oak chair made from salvaged wood from the Temeraire that is at the Whanganui Regional Museum in New Zealand. Continue Reading →
The blogger with many visions™ is thawing. I just finished The Fighting Temeraire by Sam Willis. This book is more than a dry historical reprint; it is a graphic re-telling Continue Reading →
Can Airports Be Fun? (NY Times)
“Keep a light burning. Such an important reminder. Keep a light burning. Tend the lights that burn as beacons on your path: the teachers, the books, the small miracles, the Continue Reading →
Blow the trumpet, strike the lyre British hearts with joy inspire, Voice with instruments combine To praise the glorious Fifty-nine!
(1) The New Hue for 2011 Confusion over colors is the reason Pantone came about, back in 1963 when Lawrence Herbert was working as a color-matcher at a New York Continue Reading →