Tagged with religion

Without Error

Mar. 24th, 2008 at 11:21 PM So, there’s a lot going on and a lot that I want to write about. One of those things is, now that Jack is old enough to start “getting” God and Jesus, I’m looking for a church. I’m going through the web sites of some local churches. Every site … Continue reading

Religous Procrastination

Feb. 18th, 2008 at 10:34 PM Instead of sorting the laundry, I’ve been cleaning out my adoption groups email folders. I found a link to the “Belief Calculator“. According to it, the religions that most fit my belief system are: 1. Liberal Quakers (100%)2. Reform Judaism (94%)3. Mainline-Liberal Christian Protestants (90%)4. Unitarian Universalism (88%)5. Ba’hai … Continue reading

Jack’s Dedication

Sunday, October 8. Jack’s Dedication and Welcome Party. I screwed it up. I knew that I wanted it to happen. I knew for 2 years I was going to be in NH in October 2006, and I knew since we adopted Jack that we wanted to have this party. But I put off planning until … Continue reading

NOT Transracial Adoption or Placement

Oct. 13th, 2005 at 9:00 PM I belong to a Yahoo! Group, Transracial Adoption and Placement. Normally, it’s a group of several women and a few men who ask their questions and share their knowledge about various issues facing multi-racial families. When one member finally got her daughter home from Haiti, we congratulated her. When … Continue reading

Gay Marriage

(originally published on LiveJournal) I’ve decided to start with an easy topic: Gay Marriage. I’m pretty sure that I know where my LiveJournal friends stand on this issue, but because I started this fricking web journal to rant, I’m going to rant. The California Supreme Court recently ruled that same-sex partners with children have the … Continue reading

Where does the time go?

(originally published on LiveJournal) So, I quit my job at Oracle. My last day was January 21. At the time, the thought was I would work on a finite to-do list I had created during the months after our August move. Sometime in April, I would start looking for a new job, with the hope … Continue reading