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Saturday, July 14, 2007

Hen Scratches 14-07-07

Wayne and Elena have a new granddaughter, name undecided yet! Lingamish is moving this weekend. Peter has made many insightful comments on my recent posts which I will respond to if I can borrow a Prov. 1 - 15 commentary next week.

John Hobbins is making a stab at teaching us Hebrew. I love that last verse, "Love work, hate authority, don't get too friendly with the government." Thank you, John.

Iyov continues to post Orlinsky's notes. Trad., “toward the cool” is unnecessarily free for Heb. le-ruach, which means literally, ... “at the breeze of the day.” Thank you, Iyov.

Everyone has something serious to read and I am having a Jane Austen weekend. The mere habit of learning how to love is the thing.


At Sat Jul 14, 04:18:00 PM, Blogger Peter Kirk said...

Ah, that's where Wayne has got to, he hasn't been raptured after all. Nor has Lingamish, despite his "Don’t leave us here! Take us with you!", unless that's what he means by "moving". There is hope left for us!

At Sat Jul 14, 04:47:00 PM, Blogger Suzanne McCarthy said...

Thanks for sharing - she's beautiful.

At Sat Jul 14, 06:49:00 PM, Blogger Cheryl Schatz said...

Wayne, she is absolutely gorgeous! Congratulations on this newest addition.

At Sat Jul 14, 07:28:00 PM, Blogger Psalmist said...

Wayne! How lovely for you all! Congratulations to you and your family.

At Sun Jul 15, 03:51:00 PM, Blogger Iyov said...

Everyone has something serious to read and I am having a Jane Austen weekend.

Coincidence? I think not.

At Sun Jul 15, 05:18:00 PM, Blogger Suzanne McCarthy said...

Too funny. I see the article also points out an interesting similarity between Darcy and our dear commenter.

Similarly, the citizens of Derbyshire mistook Mr. Darcy’s shyness for aloofness and arrogance.

Yes, well, an article full of many pithy sayings. Thank you. It is just what I needed for my next Austen book club meeting.


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