My oldest child told me what kind of bird this is, but of course I’ve forgotten already. I just thought it looked cool, standing there.
Water over multicoloured rocks.
For the most part, with physical product, anyway, we like Amazon at this house. It’s really handy for people who live in the middle of nowhere, and also for people who live in the middle of nowhere and hate driving an hour for the non-privilege of spending half a day in shopping mall crowds.
But I’m also aware that digital products are being treated as licensed, rather than purchased, by major e-tailers. I’ve never bought e-books, though I’ll get them for free when they’re on promotion. Tuesday was one of those days, but it was also the day when I crossed paths with the rollout of digital products specifically for Amazon’s Canadian region.
Before I could access the e-book, I got this:
Just to be clear, it says this: Continue reading
Today I’m a guest blogger at ChristianPoliticsX.com, a site offering non-partisan skepticism on the marriage (or, in the case of America, we might say unwedded cohabitation) of religion and politics. My post is mostly a collection of views from various American friends, as it’s not my upcoming election this time around. They have a lot of interesting thoughts. Check ‘em out.