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October 11, 2010


Jeanne Damoff

This is cool, Dee. I love the double meaning of your title, the selected comics, and the idea of tithing our talent. Everything we are and everything we have comes from God. In Him we live, move, and have our being. If we spend our time, energy, intellect, talent, money, or creativity on selfish pursuits, we're irresponsible and ungrateful stewards of the abundance our Master has entrusted to our use. Hmmm. I'm preaching to myself now.

Thanks for this good reminder.
Love, Jeanne


Yes. Excellent. For what else is worth being remembered?

Jeanne, thanks for that great comment. It's quite remarkable what Schulz did in my eyes.

Nicole, what else indeed.


Cool post, Dee. I did notice the religious themes when I was younger which only made a very lovable comic strip more lovable. I still get goosebumps when Linus explains the true meaning of Christmas in Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown. Note sure that cartoon could get broadcast today, except on some cable network.

cool, pat. I watch It's the Great Pumpkin and Merry Christmas every year on ABC. I hope it airs this year.

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