Haaaaaaappy Friday. We’re keeping our heads above water over here as the resident 4 year old counts down the hours until school lets out for the summer (because, um, school is taxing to him at his tender age? The overwhelming pressure of producing yet another tempera paint masterpiece for Mommy to throw away enshrine in his scrapbook? Who knows.) and I’m counting down similarly, but for a different reason.
Anyway guys, here’s some curated clicks for your reading pleasure. We’re finally seeing sun in the Rockies, so rather than writing something of substance for you today, I’ve abdicated my responsibility to the internet. If anyone need me I’ll be drinking black coffee on the back deck and watching the children, in varying stages of undress, move paver stones from one side of the yard to the other. A kind of Montessori-meets-Waldorf fusion, that’s what we set our mile high sights on in this family.
1. This first piece had me almost in tears, and was a side of things I’ve – regrettably – not spent much time thinking about. But assisted reproductive technology comes at a high cost to all parties involved, not just the disposable embryos and heartbroken (and sometimes broke) would-be parents.
2. A great glimpse into the …. confusion …. with which many liberal-leaning Catholics view the issue of gay “marriage.”