Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

Ningit. Nubes en caelo sunt. (The only weather-related Latin i remember.)

1 Peter 2.1-3: "Rid yourselves, therefore, of all malice, and all guile, insincerity, envy, and all slander. Like newborn infants, long for the pure, spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow into salvation -- if indeed you have tasted that the Lord is good."
-sk8eeyore, thinking about Advent
is it ever going to really snow?

... and am i going to regret typing this on the day it does?

omg i am so nostalgic for winter, like, real winter, with snow and biting winds and scarves and mittens and rosy cheeks and sledding and hot cocoa and crackling fires and stamping snow off boots in the front hall and ... sigh.

-starbuckle, December 3 and 4
Leaving the house to go to work i heard someone saying it was snowing out and lo, it was. Flakes just beginning to fall. And they have continued to fall so the ground is well-coated.

Also: There was grilled cheese for lunch.

Three things are too wonderful for me;
     four I do not understand:
the way of an eagle in the sky,
     the way of a snake on a rock,
the way of a ship on the high seas,
     and the way of a man with a girl.
-Proverbs 30:18-19
There needs to be slashfic including that.

CatieCurtis.com gives you her tours via PollStar which doesn't give you ticket info. JMG? That's a frellin' big venue for her. Iron Horse is much more her style.

Final Self-Defense class we were asked to "Bring in a representation of what helps you feel strong and/or safe." Representations included Ani DiFranco, Dar Williams, Destiny's Child, Christina Aguilera, Tool, Debussy, Manet, Barbara Kingsolver, Maya Angelou, the Grand Canyon, field hockey, family. Yeah Smith.

In the name of right and justice and personal integrity he challenges the very world order of which he is a part. From his dung heap he can demand an answer from the Creator of the universe. Is this what the Greeks called hubris, the intolerable insolence of a man who would make himself God's equal? Or is it the profoundest kind of religious faith, ranging far beyond the little shibboleths with which most men identify religion, a sublime confidence that to ask ultimate questions of God is not to turn away from him but to draw nearer to him?
-from "Wisdom in Revolt: Job" in The Way of Wisdom in the Old Testament by R. B. Y. Scott (New York: Macmillan, 1971), pp. 136-164. (141)
Tags: weather: snow: 2004-2005
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