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Quote: Jane Austen on the Vanity of Voting

Quote: Jane Austen on the Vanity of Voting

“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves; vanity, to what we would have others think of us.” This is exactly what motivates women’s socialist voting patterns. Pure vanity. kqd Please click on my … Continue reading

Poem: July at the Lake

Poem: July at the Lake

July at the Lake July laughs, a joyous lilt that echoes across lakes in the evening. It billows, lifting sheets on country clotheslines. It bursts, ripe and warm and juicy like tomatoes. And it sparkles: just ask any kid who has chased it, squealing and barefoot, through a sprinkler. Hope you are enjoying the summer. kqd

Poem: Bless This House by Anonymous

BLESS THIS HOUSE Within these bright & solid walls, God holds a golden key; to rooms of safety, warmth & pride, a place called “family.” May all our days be filled with trust, nights blessed from up above, and as the years pass tenderly, may this roof shelter Love. From month to year… from friend … Continue reading