Merry Christmas!

Over the holidays, curl up with some hot chocolate and scroll through posts of Bluenote past. Enjoy some of your old favorites. Then, look for a new post on January, 8th! Happy holidays and merry Christmas!  See you  in 2014! Bluenote

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One Story: Siena Thrasher

Sitting there listening to NDP junior, Siena Thrasher talk about “her life, her passions, and her faith,” I am reminded for all the world of The Little Flower, Therese of Lisieux. For starters, Siena bears an uncanny physical resemblance to Therese. She is a 21st century version of the 19th century saint: pretty, dark-eyed, and […]

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Snow Day

Ah! The snow day. Something every school-age child prays for. So far this academic year, winter has not disappointed. And it is only December. As of this writing, we are into Day 2 of school closures. Teachers and staff enjoy the day by indulging in 10 extra minutes of sleep and a second cup of […]

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Stone Soup and Other Tales of Advent

It is December, and the noise level is deafening. Not even a major snowstorm could muffle the holiday clamor. Everywhere, Christmas has been cranked up and marked down, blared and blasted, misappropriated and misunderstood. Hark! The herald… If somewhere an angel sings, it is impossible to hear above the din. These are the darkest days of the […]

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