The Beatles tune “I get by with a little help from my friends” whispered through the back of my brain as the connective riff for this week’s collection of peculiar treasures.
Want to act as a friend to an FLDS refugee? This sister that connects back through our shared faith heritage could sure use some help right now.
A little bit of friendly Frieda courage from the fine cartoon art of Zen Pencils.
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Want to know the background of the symbol that shows up 10,000 times at the San Diego Temple?
Meet six makers that would be fascinating friends. Short film chronicle their lives and art: Life’s Work.
He asked for help to dig out a pesky sewer line, and instead unearthed centuries of Italian history.
We now thank Kel for her good help by offering this week’s first draft poem.
I’d like slightly less belly
With more romance, please
Of the old and long time
Ramp up the bass
As far to the right as it will go
For dancing in storms
And my sons fresh baritones.
Unexpected glories for sure