Month: July 2011

This Week in Pictures


It’s been a fun week for the Wiggins family. We visited the pool. We visited Homegrown Alabama. Last night, I attended a Birmingham Bloggers’ event, So You Think You Can Blog, hosted by the See Jane Write Network. I always enjoy meeting other bloggers.… Continue Reading “This Week in Pictures”

Thankful Thursday


I am thankful that my kids are helping me rearrange our school room today. We are busy dusting, vacuuming, moving bookshelves and tables/desks, and reorganizing our book collection. The funnest thing is hearing someone say, “I didn’t know we had THIS book!” I am… Continue Reading “Thankful Thursday”

Three months


Three months have passed since a tornado took out whole sections of Tuscaloosa. Here are a couple of articles published this week to mark the time. First, a moving piece by Rick Bragg. As Southerners, we know that a man with a chainsaw is… Continue Reading “Three months”

Poetry Tuesday: The Solipsist


A few days ago, this update appeared in my facebook news feed: The Solipsist by Jollimore Don’t be misled: that sea-song you hear when the shell’s at your ear? It’s all in your head. That primordial tide— the slurp and salt-slosh of the brain’s… Continue Reading “Poetry Tuesday: The Solipsist”

Five Wrong Views about Christians and Government


Many moons ago, I wrote that I would blog through Wayne Grudem’s Politics According to the Bible: A Comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in Light of Scripture. I blogged about the Introduction and haven’t mentioned it again. I want to try to… Continue Reading “Five Wrong Views about Christians and Government”

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