Sometimes, I don't have a lot to say here because I'm reading so many awesome words out there. But you should have to suffer in boredom that I have the same ole post up for a week! So here are some goodies....
A writer at the New Yorker writes about who we are vs. where we come from. Can you really ever be separated from the two?
Ann at A Holy Experience writes about hope. I badgered and begged B to read this post last week (in which he loved too), so I though I'd do the same to you. Ready? Okay. Pretty, please? Seriously. Read it!
When You've Given Up All Hope
And finally, please skip on over to Sharone at The Grammar Wall of Shame. She somehow got lost on the Interweb one day and landed on my blog, commented, and now we're officially nerdy grammar friends. Her other blog is Zizzivvizz, which is equally clever. I only know Sharone in the virtual world, which is probably best, because I somehow think we would be particularly obnoxious together in real life, perhaps in an English class laughing over Florentino's wussiness in Love in the Time of Cholera. (I'm kind of embarrassed for him. Like, seriously, man up already.)
This post is particularly hilarious, detailing The Christian Science Monitor. And I think that's a good place to end this post, especially since my last sentence was a dangling participle that I'm positive made Sharone's skin crawl.
I'm on Day 1 of potty-training, so my posts may be sparse for the next week or so. Or not. I never know.
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