This short film from director Kevin Susman is funny, sweet, and a bit corny but a clever concept. What if there were taxi cab services (in this case, confession) that allowed people to work their spiritual life into the hustle of daily business? A sort of mingling of sacred and ordinary time …
… Rick has some terrific pictures posted from a recent visit to Bread and Pupper Theater in Glover, Vt., a bit north of here. He and the family stopped by here on the way back, of course, for dinner at Finkerman’s. We take everyone to dinner at Finkermans. Anyway, check out the pics.
We finally spent a day catching some of the Barresights that have been on our list since the day we moved here (almost ayear ago now!). The Rock of Ages quarrytraces its roots back to 1885. Barre is famous for its granite — ithas the best monument stone in the world, and also highly prized […]
After visiting Rock of Ages Quarry we stopped by Hope Cemetery. Amazing we haven’t been there since we were house hunting out here. The monuments are incredible, beautiful and sometimes whimsical, made by the master stone carvers from the quarries for themselves and their loved ones. I took a few pictures and posted them in […]
Trackback links are now disabled … I started getting way too much trackback spam, and relative to the number of legitimate trackbacks I’ve gotten, it wasn’t worth all the deleting or spending a lot of time figuring out how to beat the spammers … unless it;s possible to win by apathy.
I’ve come across the supposition several places recently (including hearing it mentioned on the radio just two days ago) that a Jesuit priest named Pierre Teilhard de Chardin may have invented the Internet back in 1938 (via tallskinnykiwi). Well, actually, the concept of the Internet. In fact, he speculatedon the evolution of a "planetary thinking […]
A lovely wedding, for two most wonderful friends andgenuine people, amidst the herbs and flowers and rambling nature at PickityPlace in Mason, New Hampshire. The rainonly made the day more beautiful. It was also cool to have the residents and frequent visitors of the various apartments at “the Slab” back together again (hope you had […]