Tuesday, 17 July 2007

Laptops and Hotspots.

Posting is, I'm afraid, going to be somewhat erratic over the next couple of weeks. In fact it may be nonexistent, as it will depend on getting my laptop near hotspots. In fact, I won't be able to rely on getting my emails, so you may find a few days elapsing before I can post your comments. Please be tolerant.
Note picture of lap-top near hot-spot.


karen H. -- San Diego said...

Good Lord!!!! Why are you harboring a cat?! No cat has ever pulled anyone out of a burning building!!! Get a dog, quickly, so you'll have someone to be foolish with.

Mac McLernon said...

Sorry, Karen, I have to disagree... Cats are cool, dogs drool, Cats rule!

Anonymous said...

We might get withdrawal symptoms!

Karen H. -- San Diego said...

Okay, Mac....I'll allow that in your case, your cat would probably take the trouble to wake you by scampering across your face in an effort to get to the door quickly should the need arise! ;-D

Drop me a line sometime at:

And I'll send you the Dog Diary vs. Cat Diary. It's hysterical, for both cat and dog lovers. (you too, Jackie)

Biby Cletus said...

Hi i just surfed in searching for interesting facts on Essenes in the blogs.
you have a cool blog. Do keep up the good work. I'll be back for more. i live
far from where you live. its nice to be able to see what people from across
the world thinks.

On a related note perhaps you might find the following article interesting.
we are currently doing a series of posts on essenes and their culture and i'll
like to hear your take on the subject via comments. See ya there....

Facts on Essene Culture

Warm Regards from the Other Side of the Moon.
Bijoy Cletus - Kerala, India

Anonymous said...

How is your friend Ruth doing, Father?

Fr Justin said...

Thanks for asking: Ruth is still hovering on the edge of things, and needing your prayers. She has been much touched by the people who offered advice, much of which she has found helpful. If anyone has any more,please keep it coming. And please say another prayer.

Mac McLernon said...
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Anonymous said...

If Ruth is in London, I'd be happy to meet her if she'd find it helpful, or exchange emails. But I'm not sure I'd be much use to her, because although I'm a convert (in the 1980s), I was never a Protestant by conviction – more a homeless Anglican! Will continue to pray for her, though.