"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Still Curious?


  1. Man, I wish I could train my cat to do dishes!

  2. michael r.7:00 AM

    LarryD, you should get a dog. Take a look at that puppy smacking his lips six posts back. All I do is place the dishes on the kitchen floor, and the dogs take care of the rest...

  3. michael - alas, Mrs LarryD has ix-nayed the dog route. Believe me, I love my cat - but it would be nice if she helped out around the house more often.

  4. Okay, I have to admit I'm NOT a "cat person"...when I was growing up we had cats on the counter top eating the butter, etc.(We even had cat foot prints in the Thanksgiving pumpkin pie...ish!) Yuchhh!
    If I caught that cat doing what he is doing I'd have a major hissy-fit.
    The darned dogs here try to do counter top work, but so far, that's been curtailed...
    Okay, I'm done.
    Sorry to offend any cat lovers.
    A cute kitty, though!
    When we move to our permanent location the cats are going to have an outside job killing rats, mice and other rodents (contrary to my St. Martin dePorres post)...I won't be doing the killing and eating, they will!

  5. Ter: How'd you train your cats to do that? I'm in awe. I keep asking my cats to do work around the house but they just go back to sleep.

    Father (NP): S'ok, I still love you!

  6. Cathy: Thanks. I really do like cats.
    Just not in the house!


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