White Picket Fences

As of this Memorial Day Weekend, "White Picket Fences" has become a fledgling literary journal. Still with the rough edges, but not just one man's effort any more.

Sunday, April 11, 2004

I hope that all of you enjoyed today in some way, whether celebrating your favorite prophet, Christ's Resurrection and the salvation of all who accept Him, celebrating the mystery of life though the rituals of the Easter Egg Hunt, just going fishing, or whatever you happen to be doing. Even if it's fighting the enemy in Fallujah, Baghdad, or any troubled place in the world.

With the sun having set, I got down to the business of cleaning and polishing my boots. I should do this more frequently, more as a routine, with devotion. Good boots are a blessing for your feet.

Eventually, I got down to reading the bulletin sent to Amnesty members for the election of members of the Board of Directors. Seems there are six petition candidates, running on a reform platform, for the first time in ten years or so. Interesting. Brings to mind the current polemic and heated race for the Sierra Club elections. More on that tomorrow.

What? I haven't yet come through on my promise to write on --what was it, my thoughts on death and living life well, living "in this moment?" Ah, yes. I shall, but not tonight. But let's say today was very enjoyable, spent with my family and friends. All praises due to the Holy One!

Tomorrow's another day. Until then, I bid you all good night, or good day, depending on where you are and what time you're reading this.
Will the opposition to Bush get stronger?

We got a link without closing our blogger window by adding target="_blank" before the closing arrow sign(>)

Let's try just adding that to the link code:

We added the target="_blank
 
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