P i n k • F e m i n i s t

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Bush League

Monday, February 19, 2007


Obama is the bomb.

Yes, we like him very much

Tuesday, January 30, 2007



Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Because some days I am just too lazy or too busy to write.

Think about the stars and how they came to be and drench yourself in wonder.

All we have is NOW.

Thursday, January 18, 2007


Myth of the Virgin Birth Under Attack


Well, the myth of the Virgin Birth is under attack...again.

(I guess it's time for me to step up to the plate and explain that it is just a matter of time until they discover that I knew Raoul before I met Joseph back in the day.)

Every so often, someone claims to see Jesus or the Virgin Mary on a wall, in a window, or in the lumps of their mashed potatoes. Who knew there was actually a name for this: pareidolia, which refers to seeing any human-like patterns in the random noise and shapes around us.

Actually, I encourage this harmless trait since I'm not usually above selling my own likeness on Ebay from time to time....just a pretty painting, right??


Wednesday, January 17, 2007


Ice in Central Texas photos

ICE IN TEXAS!! Yikes!! but at least there are some good photo opps.

Monday, January 15, 2007


God Snows on Perry's Parade

An article mentioned that Texas Republican Gov. Rick Perry's Tuesday inauguration parade has been canceled because of a winter storm dragging freezing temperatures and ice through the capital city.

There was something else Jesus mentioned to me: That he'll give him a sunny day when hell freezes over, but I didn't really catch it the whole explosive sentiment.

Rick Perry was Bush's former Lt. Gov. when he was the ruler of Texas.

Friday, January 12, 2007


KOANs to Ponder Series

And now, in the spirit of religious diversity, a about it, Israel, give an inch to the Palestinians???

Mountain ranges
one over
Talk out
the mountain-cloud,

sea-moon feelings. (47)

One mind
lost in the plum;
The body, chanting,
now utterly frozen

--unaware. (48)

A west wind passes
over the rain;
Evening sun

on the begonia. (49)

A speck of dust flies up and hides the heavens;
A piece of trash falls down

and covers the earth. (50)

An inch of tortoise hair weighs

seven pounds. (51)

Cry after cry
after cry of joy--
Not minding
the hair

turning white. (52)

The sound of a flute
from the high pavilion
Scatters the full-blooming
plum blossoms

all over the ground. (33)

One rooster's cry preaches

the heaven-and-earth dawn.

Shouldering the plank

--till death. (55)

A crash of thunder opens
the crown of the head,

Man. (56)

All your life draw nails,
Pull out stakes

for others. (57)

Thunder rolls once:

a clear wind rises. (58)

One roar of thunder--
Burrowing worms all at once

open their doors.

ZenForests: Sayings of the Masters
Book by Sōiku Shigematsu, Sōiku Shigematsu; Weatherhill, 1981

Wednesday, January 10, 2007


BUSH Limbo- How low can he go?

This photo was taken in 2004, back when Bush still had most of his hair and a higher popularity rating among Americans. He's grayer now, lost a lot of popular support.

In fact, a poll in USA Today showed that approval for Mr Bush's handling of the war has dropped to 26%, a record low. About 61% opposed Mr Bush's proposed 20,000 increase in the number of troops.

Mission accomplished??

Sunday, January 07, 2007


A Day on the Pedernales River

Yucca in the stone

Stand of yucca

Pedernales River, Pedernales State Park

A river runs through it.

Bubble bath, anyone?

The forest above the bluffs

Saturday, January 06, 2007


Highway 29, Burnet Texas

There are now somewhere between 125 and 150 bald eagle nests in Texas and they are thought to be increasing at about 15% per year. I drove up to Burnet Texas yesterday to look at a nest that some eagles have built right off the highway on ranch land over the Llano river.

I did not get any pictures of the eagles, but here is a shot of the nest.

Friday, January 05, 2007


I went to the park yesterday

The cliffs above the river

The trail to the rose garden

Walking through the woods

As seen through my technicolor lenses

Fish pond in the Zen garden

See the sky in the water?

Wednesday, January 03, 2007


It's a New Year

It's a new Year, same as the old Year, except we have a new Congress getting ready to smoke out the neocons. Or Do we???

Hmmm. Lots of hope riding on these newbies. Hope they are up to it and hope they remember why they were elected in the first place. This country wants change!!!

Change, when do we want it? NOW!!!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006


Feast of the Immaculate Conception

The Virgin Mary and her extrapolation to Freedom

As some of you may not know, Friday is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, and there will be Masses similar to a Sunday.

I am getting ready to be worshipped with an appalling sense of vanity!! (Remind me to flagellate myself for that sinful thought.)

Bur, it's true, how I love feast days to myself!! The schoolchildren trailing in flowers to my image.....even the priests prostrating for a's the grace, everyone wants a hit of my grace!

Here is a picture of me in St. Petersburg Cathedral, Russia! Check out the lapis lazuli and malachite columns..I'm gonna sell those on Ebay soon to raise money for the poor!

Here is a worshipper who has even tattooed my image on his chest. Ay, that hurt. Next time the Border Patrol comes along, guess who is getting a helping hand?? Good guess.

Here is my's a popup Mary!! Inside I hold all the weight of the world, (*sigh) just a woman's duty, right? At least that's what they would have us women believe....suffer for penance, suffer for your gender! Suffer for your mother and your bastard abusive father! Seriously, who made up this crap?? Any of you women still buying into this Patriarchy??

Get a grip.

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