I write A LOT I write my thoughts down to get it out of my mind The minute I wrote it down, another one surfaces As fast I can write them down The faster my brain conjures more thoughts. Therefore … Continue reading →
seeker: I have been looking for your badges of Freshly Pressed. I know you have won quite a few. How many? I can’t seem to find them in your site? How come? Wrong Hands: I think I’ve had two or three…I took … Continue reading →
More than just a character, Holy Molé is a cartoon that represents the place where higher aspirations of existence intertwine with the practicality of everyday living. The two main characters represent this dichotomy and, through their friendship, they find a balance that is essential and love that is enduring. The cartoon is not intended to be religious; rather it represents the archetypical seeker in society striving for meaning in an often-complex world.
Hole Mole reminds us not to take the drama too seriously, or else we may miss the fun – the only true tragedy.
When a little girl plays dress up, she means business. She can’t wait to grow up and will adorn herself using her Mother’s accessories including the Boa feather and hat. Doesn’t she look adorable?
There is no way she will change her outfit with all the cajoling and threats from her Mother. Besides, she is smarter than her.
“God is not satisfied with appearance. God wants the garment of justice. God wants his Christians dressed in love.”-Oscar Romero (via Claudia)
In our reception area at work, there is a bowl of goodies: candies and chocolates. I must admit every time I walked by, I took one or two chocolates. How many times did I do that in a day? A lot! Every time, I went to the loo, took a break, or just made an excuse to pass by the reception. One too many.
This month, I did well. Yup, proud to say. I manage not to dip my little hand in the bowl of chocolates and candies at the reception area for the whole month.
The power of self-control is so dull! Thank goodness the month of chocolates is coming up, Valentine’s day.