School Stories From Olden Days: Trust Me, We Got it Better

As much criticism leveled against public schools nowadays, it might be tempting to think it was better in the past. Back when there was no standardized testing or government interference, back when parents had complete control. Then you read something about that earlier time and you realize it was only the rich who could afford… Read More School Stories From Olden Days: Trust Me, We Got it Better

Visitors to the Parsonage: Goatmen, Drunkards, and Convicts

In our last episode of Feeding of Folly, the blogger hinted she was “busy,” and therefore would have difficulty posting on a regular basis. “Busy with what?” readers demanded. She didn’t say. The only morsel she offered was that for the next few weeks, she would be supplementing her blog posts with found writings from… Read More Visitors to the Parsonage: Goatmen, Drunkards, and Convicts

My Infamous Relative Revealed! Plus, Some Thoughts on Family Pride

This is it, folks, it’s time for our Big Reveal! The moment we throw open our family closet and shine a light on that bullet-ridden skeleton we’ve got hiding in there. Just who is this infamous relative we referred to and oh-so-cleverly illustrated in last week’s post? I’ll tell you! Only first, let’s give a… Read More My Infamous Relative Revealed! Plus, Some Thoughts on Family Pride