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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Blogs You Would Like to Read

From Fr Kelvin's blog

How about this for a meme? (That means you pick it up and answer the question on your own blog).
Which three blogs which don’t already exist would you like to read?

My answers:

William Law (who has become a patron to me lately)

David Sedaris

St Aelred's Love Letters

So what are yours? Answer in the comments and/or in your own blog.
:: posted by Padre Rob+, 8:58 PM


J.S.Bach's blog about living with 19 kids and still writing all that music - would he tell us about his problems with the clergy
Richard Terry on forming the Westminster Cathedral choir
St Teresa of Avila reveals all!
St Aelred would be good!
Good to see you're back - been worrying about you Rob!
Blogger John the organist, at 12:22 PM  
Thanks John. Ive been sick, still not 100%...

I agree, I wouldn't mind reading the toughts of Bach :)
Blogger PadreRob+, at 1:07 PM  
Hey, he didn't do the laundry and child care, the successive Mrs. Bachs did. :-b

I was worried about you too. Take care of yourself. I'm still on the West Coast (posting on art, food, theology, and a few saints -- and some music), back soonish.

Picasso's blog would have neat illustrations and you'd never know what was next.

Heloise and Abelard (one blog each but lots of communication between them, some on-blog, some off) would be good.

And you know from my own blog that I am persuaded Thomas Merton would be blogging if he had lived till (or in) the blogging age.

I'm going over the number you asked for, but I think George Sand would have been a great blogger.
Blogger Jane R, at 9:47 PM  
;) well, I'm sure we'd get an earful from the Mrs. Bach's... that might be juicier than what I hear in a Confession.
Blogger PadreRob+, at 6:58 AM  
Would Picasso explain his art I wonder! Those Mrs Bachs had servants to do some of the work you know! Get well soon Rob!
Blogger John the organist, at 9:37 AM  
I can't get to Fr Kelvin's blog - what's his address?
Blogger John the organist, at 9:39 AM  
Kelvin's blog is at www.thurible.net
Anonymous Kelvin, at 2:34 AM  
A couple more
St mary Magdalene replies to Dan Brown
St Paul "The thorn in the flesh"
St Peter's mother-in-law
Martha to Mary
Blogger John the organist, at 7:18 PM  

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