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About Caitilin

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  • Birthday 07/16/1978

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    hsing mother of 6 kiddos
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  1. This one is especially good in that it clearly and cleverly echoes Tolkien without using any given Tolkien pattern. He has a really good ear for matching the sound to the meaning. Very impressive!:001_smile:
  2. Yep. Been a liturgical Christian my whole life; the idea of little "communion cups" is utterly, bone-deep foreign to me. Not for me, no way.:001_smile:
  3. This one showed up in my email this weekend: The Risk of Birth (Christmas, 1973) by Madeleine L’Engle This is no time for a child to be born, With the earth betrayed by war & hate And a comet slashing the sky to warn That time runs out & the sun burns late. That was no time for a child to be born, In a land in the crushing grip of Rome; Honour & truth were trampled by scorn- Yet here did the Saviour make his home. When is the time for love to be born? The inn is full on the planet earth, And by a comet the sky is torn- Yet Love still takes the risk of
  4. :iagree: My college adviser, who was he ultimate king Arthur buff, says the best version truly is the Monty Python one. Go figure is right.:D
  5. Sorry, ladies, I just happened to be on at the right time, and some guys name with no posts was bringing up a bunch of OLD swim suit threads. The mods were just really on the ball today! :D
  6. Doesn't everyone do this? I have been in:001_wub: love :001_wub:with Lord Peter Wimsey my whole life--like since age 8 when I heard a radio drama version of him...:tongue_smilie:
  7. :iagree: A very impressive exegesis! It really makes sense as you put it--thanks. :001_smile:
  8. Yes, you can use the moby on your back, but you will need a helper to get him into it. Probably your oldest can do this for you. He will go into it just the same as on the front, but with his tummy to your back. It's not as easy to get in/out as the front carry, but it works well. :grouphug: Hope this improves soon!:grouphug:
  9. Perhaps he is related to ds8 who was moaning today that he didn't know how to spell the word "name" which was written no fewer than 5 times in print on the worksheet he was doing...:banghead::glare:
  10. Thanks! I backed them up hard, and also with this--thanks a lot! :)
  11. I have to send in the laptop for repairs (again:glare:), and I would really, really like to be able to export my bookmarks to somewhere where I can regain them later--surely this is possible? If so, how?:bigear: Does anyone know? Thanks!
  12. As I look toward the future with my dds, I am strongly leaning toward having them follow (mostly!) the reading list from the GBA. I will also have my youngers to school as well; is this an idea destined for disaster? I had a lot of views on the Logic stage board, but no responses yet...anyone here want to take a stab at it?? My reasoning for this is that I would like to get back to and make one more pass through the 4 year history rotation; I would like to have them exposed to these works; though this IS admittedly a heavy list, it would constitute history+literature+philosophy+writing(abo
  13. Crown Him with Many Crowns--love this one St. Patrick's Breastplate And, like Rivka, How Can I Keep From Singing and A Mighty Fortress is Our God
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