Monthly Archives: September 2010
…for little girls! And congratulations to SwampWoman at A1A South, who is going to be Grandma to another little bundle, this time a GIRL! What fun for the whole family! Swampie, I would appreciate expected arrival time, and – if it’s ok to tell – what name is chosen? Like this one, who fills my […]
A long time ago, I wondered what it would be like to be a woman during the American Revolution, or the War Between the States, or even a woman on the Frontier, settling far away from civilisation on a new Continent. I was very young, not at all knowledgeable in the ways of the world. […]
I was over at Paco Enterprises to see if he had any merchandise I could pick up to help stimulate the economy a bit this week, when I was enticed into clicking a link he’d posted. Oh, I’m SO glad I did!
Do people understand that the world toward which the Obama administration is leading us is a world where individuals’ economic well-being is no longer determined by how much their goods and services are valued by those pay for them, but by politicians in Washington?
Thomas Sowell’s Random Thoughts columns are a favorite of mine. What’s not to love about this: How anyone can read history and still believe in political messiahs is beyond me. The fact that it has become possible to graduate from even our most prestigious colleges and universities, still fundamentally ignorant of history, may have much […]
It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means. Woke up at the regular time, made coffee, fed one indoor and two outdoor cats (the other indoor cat had gone out to go potty and chirp back at the birds and squirrels), read The Bleat. Still have a headache which seems to be joined by a […]
…they don’t understand us at all.” I cannot for the life of me figure out how to put the video here, and I seem to have a cute blond little interruption that insists I need to play with her, so I don’t have that uninterrupted time that has become so precious – and scarce – […]
Mark Steyn’s column at JewishWorldReview.com. It’s a problem that Muslims think we’re unclean. It’s a far worse problem that we go along with it.