forgot about this post on pronouncing our name…from when we where in the Netherlands and then on a Rhineland trip.
Wonder what our BeNeLuxians think about it. 😁
🎶 I hadn’t really payed attention to Jinjer. That was a mistake.
This is them live. Can you imagine what the studio recordings are like? Check her stylistic range!
Finished reading: Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto 📚
It’s like Nicholas Sparks tried to write a Coen Brothers script.
🎲 I thought I didn’t have any active Patreon anymore, but I just got a charge and was pleased to see if was for @firstname.lastname@example.org adventures project!
📚 As someone who has taken copious notes and lessons from the podcast over the years, I’m excited to read this accumulated tome of wisdom.
“Both of these issues–life comes at us fast nullifying conscious decision-making, and our choices today were actually made yesterday–highlight the role of virtue in Christian spiritual formation. We can think of virtue as a holy habit, or what I call holy automaticity.” (experimentaltheology.blogspot.com, Practicing Jesus: Part 2, the Second Mistake of Spiritual Formation)
“In 1984, toward the end of a long career studying relations between landscape and culture, the historian and critic J.B. Jackson alighted on a new definition for his subject. Landscape, he argued, is “space deliberately created to speed up or slow down the process of nature.”” (Brett Milligan, Accelerated and Decelerated Landscapes)
“protecting the kids” by threatening to blow them up.
(This hits close to home. My spouse volunteers a great deal with Indy Reads. She’s helped people get their GED. She’s helped refugees learn English as an additional language. Etc.)