In "Seeing Through the Eyes of Love," on Carrots for Michaelmas, a mama reveals her feelings at seeing her 3-year-old dance on parents' day at the ballet studio and compares it to how God sees and loves us.
John Cuddeback doesn't want to sink any lower. "Texting: Why I Resolve to Avoid It," reflects on his recent experience with borrowing a cell phone and texting while traveling to and from the Front Porch Republic conference.
Planning a home library? You might get some ideas here: Consider the difference between the needs of pure functionality and man. That's what Plinio Carrera de Oliveira does in considering two different styles of libraries in this essay for TIA. A good library "should have, as much as possible, a regal magnificence," he says.