I’m an ex site supervisor for a homeless shelter and a current mom and full time student.  This blog used to be something I tried to post into daily, but lately has become the occasional book review, rant about current news, or philosophical rambling.

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Here is a quick overview of blog posts that will get you very well acquainted with me very quickly:

Pain, Suffering, and Eternal Love

What if I were Gay?

The Church and Homosexuals

Legislating Morality [is bad]


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My email address is linkees (at)

15 thoughts on “introductions

  1. Shush,

    so nice to meet you! I look forward to reading more from you! I truly smiled a pure smile from thinking about your daughter and the dragons in the basement/cellar. I don’t think you need new stories. I would say, though, it’s never too early for the Chronicles of Narnia. My 5 year old has had them all read to him at least twice and he loves them!


  2. Thank you for coming over and introducing yourself! My mother read me the Chronicles of Narnia. I should start doing the same for Spanky. I hope she loves them as much as I did!

  3. Dear Shush, I thought I would pop over to your blog as you have been such an interesting reader of mine. I have added you to my blog roll. I think I will really enjoy what you have to say. I have enjoyed the articles I have read and look forward to reading more from you. 🙂 Amber

  4. Shush,

    I saw your post on politiporn and it was a great intro to your writing. Your “What if I was Gay” post was really amazing. I haven’t seen the issue approached from that perspective very often.

    See you around,

  5. Shush – thanks for the intro blogs you pointed out – I’m really looking forward to reading more of what you post in the future.

  6. Lindsey I just went through your Zazzle stuff and was quite surprised to find that you didn’t have a single member of your fan club. I didn’t want to be the first.

    As usual I am,

    Running the Race,

  7. Hello Lindsey.

    So here I am, been following you through ISF and Amber’s blogs. I’ve finally decided to add you to my blogroll (not that it’ll be much an honour for you). I love the stuffs you posts here because, like Amber, you are another fragment of Realization in this world.

    Great work! Best wishes to you :]

  8. glaize: welcome to the neighborhood! And don’t discount yourself. I’ve never read your blog, but I’ve seen you “around”, and it’s always an honor to have another regular reader.

  9. I found your blog after leaving a comment on another blog also hosted by WordPress where the subject of the post was homosexuality. The response to my comment was to be blasted with a cacophony of epithets and vulgarities, the latter which I would not expect from anyone past high school age, an assumption or two of who and what I am, and completely ignoring the points I had brought forth.

    By contrast, after reading several of your posts and many of the comments I can say that this was a refreshing experience. You express yourself well, have a pleasant insight and seem to be seeking the often times elusive and amorphous truth. Best wishes for you along this journey. By far the majority of comments left are worthwhile and enlightening.

    In the end I am left to rhetorically wonder how much time must pass before we can transcend the fear and anger that keeps us all as members of the human race from achieving understanding of who we are.

  10. Wow, I was beginning to wonder if I was alone in this “let’s be honest Christian people” thing. But here you are!

    This blog is fantastic. You are very thoughtful. Applause, applause, applause.

    I look forward to reading your blog regularly.

  11. @ Brittany: I’ve often felt alone, as well. Thankfully the world is a really large place, and if you hold on find enough you see you aren’t as isolated as it seems! Welcome to my blog, I look forward to hearing more from you!

  12. Danke für dies Angebote, das Thema hat mich interessé in wahrheit viel. Grace within dies Artikel konnte ich beste Sachen entscheident gelernt, alle ich niemals kannte. Danke, bravo oder Respekt.

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