Monthly Archives: July 2012

WHEN THE SISTERS SAID FAREWELL: A BOOK REVIEW

The Catholic school system in the United States deserves a critical study of its rapid growth and decline but When The Sisters Said Farewell: The Transition of Leadership in Catholic Elementary Schools is not that book. The purpose of this … Continue reading

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ORANGE

ORANGE Orange is ubiquitous! Maybe it is not so common in nature but it is everywhere on the roadways in summer in the form of construction signs and barrels and pylons guiding one through a construction zone. Brown Street this … Continue reading

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The Shallows: a book review

THE SHALLOWS: WHAT THE INTERNET IS DOING TO OUR BRAIN BY Nicholas Carr As the title suggests, the internet is not only allowing you to easily communicate, it is changing your brain at the same time. Is this a part … Continue reading

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RED

Red flowers, red barns,.. red blossoms red sky red umbrella

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SECRET

“There is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves. All sorts of things occur to help one that never otherwise would have occurred…whatever you can … Continue reading

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BLUE

Except for the sky,  blue is not very common in nature but I’ve found a few things to photograph including the million dollar Tiffany window in the chapel in Woodland Cemetery and some iris and chicory which is found growing … Continue reading

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Christianity In Evolution: a book review

Christianity In Evolution: An Exploration by Jack Mahoney is a tough read for two reasons. First, the author’s style consists often of multi-phrase sentences which would delight a seventh grade grammar teacher who is putting pupils through the rigors of … Continue reading

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