More to Come

I'm off to work and play, but I promise I will have something posted tonight, both on this site and on Soulstice.

If you read my first post about worship, you'll know that I wrote about Abraham and the significance of his obedience in taking Isaac to be sacrificed. I have much more on that topic to be posted later. The theme will be Worship as Complete Obedience. It's a heavy topic, one that I'm predominantly writing for myself as a reminder. :) So, I won't be so much "preaching to the choir" as I will be "preaching to the preacher."  See you soon!

And if you haven't yet, please check out the new sites on my Bloggerville blogroll. R Cubed, Night Writer and Blogizdat are some of my favorite websites, along with DaddyPundit and ShakingSpears, of course.  And no, the last one doesn't have anything to do with Britney, though  that might be an aspiration. Yes? No? Any comment Mr. Shaker? :)

Posted by Portia at April 6, 2005 06:24 PM

Emily -

Thanks for including me in your distinguished for Britney, well, let's just say that my tastes are more in line with Ms. Krauss on your latest celebrity playlist... as for the name,if you'll indulge a self-reference in your comments, this is my inspiration...

Posted by: Spear Shaker at April 6, 2005 06:45 PM

Oh, I know :) Giving you a hard time. But I'm glad others know now.

I was in Oxford this summer where I became well aware of the rift between "Oxfordians" and "Shakespearians." Quite fascinating. I have read some of your posts on the subject. I still think it's more romantic to think a 14-year-old school drop out wrote all of that. :)

Posted by: Emily at April 6, 2005 11:55 PM

Thanks (again) for the mention on your worthy blog. I bow to your kindness and generosity.

I think I recall - in 11th grade, when we were reading Macbeth - my classmate LeeAnna referring to the Bard as 'Willie Wiggle-Weapon.' And, to me, a name like that sounds alot more like it belongs to a school drop-out than to Francis Bacon, or Christopher_Marlowe. So, that settles it, I say. Done. Heh.

(And, BTW, I know it's considered declasse' in polite circles to admit so, but I rather liked Miss Britney's last album.)

Posted by: Muzzy at April 7, 2005 12:04 PM

Thanks for the kind reference and congratulations for going over the 40,000 mark! You go, girl!
Keep those great pictures with the statues and busts coming! I love them.

Posted by: ljmcinnis at April 8, 2005 02:53 PM

Lisa, this one's for you. :)

Posted by: Emily at April 8, 2005 03:10 PM