I can't stop thinking about the people of Japan. The earthquake. The tsunami. The unbelievable destruction. All those bodies washing up on the shore. The sorrow, the fear, the numbness. It's like seeing that flower every morning as you step out of your door. And then one day it's gone. Gone for good. Along with... Continue Reading →
And thank you for this song as performed by the delectable, delicious Mr. Cornell. One of the few men in this world I would consider running away with. We won't ever forget the music.
When I was a little girl one of the things that really intrigued me about the Catholic church was miracles. I've read all about them from Saint Bernadette to weeping statues to crosses of light. An Australian nun, Mary MacKillop, who founded the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart is said to have... Continue Reading →