Count Your Blogging Blessings…

November 23, 2006 | 3 comments
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…name them one by one.

This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for some great posts from days past here at Times and Seasons. Let me count them.

“Can a Good Mormon be a Meritocrat?” Thanks, Greg.

“On Creating Happy Families.” Thanks, Kirsten.

“Martha’s Sacrament.” Thanks, Wilfried.

“Noah’s Ark Room.” Thanks, Matt.

“Falls, Gardens, Deaths.” Thanks, Adam.

“Modesty and Shame.” Thanks, Kristine.

“Secular Knowledge.” Thanks, Glen.

“Mormonism: The Postmodern Faith.” Thanks, Damon.

“On Earning the Right to Complain.” Thanks, Nate.

“Murder in the Metropolis, Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4.” Thanks, Ardis.

“The End of Faith?” Thanks, Brandie.

“The KJV: A Sealed Book?” Thanks, Julie.

“Wishing Well, Penny.” Thanks, Rosalynde.

“How Does Mormon Doctrine Die?” Thanks, Kaimi.

“Camels and Needles’ Eyes in Mormondom.” Thanks, Margaret.

Peruse these links and more, as you digest your Thanksgiving dinner. Or, recommend some old (or new) favorites of your own. And thanks for being part of what makes Times and Seasons, for so many of us, so much fun.

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3 Responses to Count Your Blogging Blessings…

  1. queuno on November 23, 2006 at 2:50 pm

    I was just commenting at another list that I like this recent one:

    http://www.timesandseasons.org/?p=3587

  2. DKL on November 25, 2006 at 11:28 am

    Isn’t it a bit much to refer to posts on your own blog as blessings?

  3. C Jones on November 25, 2006 at 5:10 pm

    Everything Marjorie Conder and Ardis Parshall have written for T&S so far has been lovely and enlightening. I also have to say that I dearly miss Adam Greenwood’s posts and comments. And bless Julie M. Smith for her strong voice. I love people who know where they stand and have the ability to express it so articulately.