Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me.
..and Teh WebElf did rejoice, yea, and mightily danced for joy and for about three minutes or so.Binks
I prefer Cindy Lou Who's song... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc7XixGmQt8
I knew you'd be back.The Revenge of the Indian Elephants and Obama deplaning after Copenhagen in a blizzard proved too much. Hope lives!
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Merry Christmas---have a good holiday!
This reminds me of a Sylvia Plath poem. Disturbing.I love it!
Just let me know when it's all over.
Wishing you a happy and holy Christmas.And good blogging for 2010.
Why do you keep doing this to us, Hilary?! You make it so hard to love you sometimes. :)Buon Natale.Are you going to midnight mass at St. Peter's? Please say a prayer for Billy...he needs it.
glad to see you back!-mary ann
Now, you see, this is why I wanted to stop blogging. If you've really nothing interesting to say, pleasepleaseplease refrain. William: a) Good. b) St. Peter's is a temple of the new religion and I would be mad to attend there. It would be a direct threat to my faith and I no longer enjoy coming out of Masses white with rage and seething with disgust. Really. It's lost its appeal. There is only one place to go to Latin Rite services in the Infernal City.
I missed you. - Karen
Welcome back, Hilary! I have to admit I thought "Christmas at Ground Zero" was funny!As for Midnight Mass at St. Peter's I WAS disturbed by that woman who attacked the pope.Happy New Year!Sean M. Brooks
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