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Dessert in the morning

Well, I’m not too sure if you would classify this as dessert but, as I normally associate it as a mini meal after the main course, dessert.. 183 more words


Off topic: Great Dorset Steam Fair

We’ve been going here ever since I was the nippiest of nippers. The very very nippiest. Honestly I have no particular interest in Steam Engines, but it’s far more than that. 47 more words


Who Wins in the Battle Over Time?

First, a word about my silence over the last few weeks. Truth is, I got really busy and really tired. Creative power for me is basically like a new bag of chips mostly filled with air anyways. 263 more words


Permission to Grieve When Your Children Go Away to College

By Lisa Athan (Open Post)
This is a reader contribution to Patch.


I remember four years ago August very clearly. The focus was on my oldest daughter Carly going off to college. 1,306 more words


Pour l’homme noble, quand il n’y a plus rien à aimer

L’impasse du traditionalisme se résume à une attitude viscéralement passéiste, qui confond constamment l’attachement illégitime à des formes traditionnelles, par définition sujettes au devenir et à la mort puisque manifestées, et le rattachement légitime et indispensable au noyau interne, purement doctrinal, intangible et indestructible, de la Tradition. 728 more words

Julius Evola

melek7taus reblogged this on Manticore Press.

Scripture & Tradition

Big thanks to the Orthodoxy for Lutherans blog and my friend for posting this:

“If someone wants to be protected from tricks and remain healthy in the faith, he must confine his faith first to the authority of the Holy Scriptures, and secondly to the Tradition of the Church. 163 more words

First Day of School

Are your kids already in School??

Well I’m so lucky to announce that today is officially the first day of school for my girls.

Jennah is going to Grade 3 and Zeenah to KG1. 265 more words