It was a fabulous day, in other words. But enough about that for right now. Let's get on with the linkage:
Spiritual / Inner Life
- Naming and Framing by Charlie Park for The Art of Simple.
- The Crisis Of Biblical Illiteracy by Kenneth Berding for Biola Magazine.
- To Know Them is to Love Them by Robin Dance for The Art of Simple.
- Starting a Classical Co-Op by Jennifer Dow for Expanding Wisdom. I've been thinking about this a lot lately. I've looked at as many options I can find for co-ops, support groups, and the like in our area. I'm striking out. If I was brave, and if I knew enough interested people, I would love to do this. Who knows? It may yet happen.
- Making Sense of Reading Levels by Beth Gorden for 123 Homeschool 4 Me. I don't care what levels my children are in, but this might help find appropriate books at the library.
- A Simple Solution to Healthcare Woes: Separate Health Insurance from Employment by Leslie Loftis for The Federalist.
- Facebook Has Become A Manipulative Boyfriend by Rebecca Cusey. I agree with a lot of this post, although I'm just not ready to give it up completely for many of the same reasons mentioned in this post:
- Facebugged by Melissa Wiley.
- JK Rowling's New Novel Reveals What She Really Thinks of the Publishing Industry by Elizabeth Winkler in The New Republic. (See my mini review of this book here: Books of 2014 - June)
- The Town That Went Underground from Messy Nessy Chic. Looks cozy, anyway.
- New Findings About Richard III - Remains Reexamined by Irina Michaels for Royal Central. Thanks to Josephine Tey and Elizabeth Peters, who both wrote persuasively about Richard III, I've become a bit of a Richard apologist. I don't think he killed his nephews, and it's starting to sound like he wasn't hunchbacked either. (Shakespeare let us down on this one, folks.)
So, what caught your eye this week? And Facebook - love it or hate it?
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