Author Archives: Headmistress

Equuschick, Equuschick! Forty-Two!

Do I have your attention? Then read this.

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Horrible Warnings & Bad Examples: Why We Need Them

This is Books and Character, Part The Third. In a previous post I said that the bad examples in literature are at least as important as the good examples. I think this is particularly true for my children. In some ways, we live somewhat sheltered lives. I don’t think that’s necessarily a bad thing. Some […]

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How Public is Your Library?

There Are Limits, it seems, at this library. Library officials said people have been using the libraries as temporary shelters, restaurants and changing stations. The new ordinance prohibits sleeping on tables, eating, using restrooms for bathing and “offensive bodily hygiene that constitutes a nuisance to others.” The DeputyHeadmistress is sympathetic to the portions babbing sleeping […]

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Spanish Language Poets

If you’re interested in Spanish speaking poets, you might want to read this entry over at Musings of a Pilgrim. He’s compiled a useful introductory list.

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Broadening the Blog Audience

If you’re a Christian somewhat new to blogging and you want to try and broaden your audience, you could feed them cookies, or you could go read LaShawn Barber’s post here. So much is happening in the blogosphere, I can’t keep up. New blogs are created every day and veteran bloggers are writing about interesting […]

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