Scanning the net for points of interest . . .
Charles Krauthammer’s column makes me proud to be an American under the leadership of President Bush. He explains so beautifully why our involvement in Iraq has been worth the sacrifice. Give it a read.
And following up on my recent post regarding Indian River Community College’s discrimination against students that wanted to show The Passion of the Christ on campus, Dr. Mike Adams informs us that “sunlight can often be the best disinfectant” and “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of humiliation.” Congratulations to Dr. Adams for a victory in the battle for freedom of speech!
On a personal note, the munchkin and I are both sick. We’ve got a few things to take care of, but for the most part, we are going to rest today. She’s sitting on the futon next to me, reading a Trixie Belden mystery. (I loved these books when I was a kid.) She’s such a fast reader, she’ll be done with it by noon (or earlier) and then she’s moving on to Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. I am so proud of her reading ability and her love of books! I’m not sure that I read at such a high level when I was 9, and I was a reader, too.
One thing I do want to do today is transfer last year’s client files over to CD’s and free up some space on my hard drive. Tedious and time-consuming, but I’m hoping it will speed things up a little bit once some of the “clutter” is gone.
Catch ya’ later —