Friday, January 28, 2011

Various and Sundry, January 28

Did you hear about the hawk that was hanging out in the reading room of the Library of Congress? No joke. Great picture, huh?

I found something very satisfying about the NY Times video feature on the women power hitters of tennis--especially the clip of Serena Williams. Made me want to go bash something.

In other sports news, I also loved this story about the Giants coming to NY to celebrate their World Series win with fans from their Polo Grounds days.

Also, FYI, A's single game tickets go on sale tomorrow.

Turning to religion, I thought Dave Walker's cartoon depiction of the discernment process was scarily accurate. (I think you can click on the image below to make it larger; if not, use the link above.)

And finally, on the feast of Thomas Aquinas, you really should check out it's margaret's blogpost which begins, "Joel brought me my coffee this morning and announced that he understood Thomas Aquinas for the first time...." Isn't that a great opener?

Grab a cup of coffee (or tea if you are so inclined) and enjoy.

1 comment:

it's margaret said...

I love that discernment 'game' --oh how true! And would that it stopped with the pencil box and school!