Tag Archives: Cornerstone Festival

Whedon Seminar, Session 3

Update:  Links to Sessions 1 & Session 2 This was such a good experience for me.  Have I expressed that enough times?  Let me say it again:  speaking on Joss Whedon at the Imaginarium was one of the highlights of … Continue reading

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Joss Whedon Seminar: Session 1

Hey, look!  I’m on the YouTubes! This is the first of three sessions from the Imaginarium at the Cornerstone Festival, on the war against evil in the Whedonverse.  The sessions were held in a tent, in in the middle of … Continue reading

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Dear Cornerstone: A Love Story (Part 2)

1995, again.  I’d spent the last year in a deep depression, which I hid fairly successfully most of the time.  At one point I tried to resign from a leadership position at church, telling the pastor that I was not … Continue reading

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Much Ado About Whedon

I  miss blogging.  I remember those long, lazy days last year when I was posting several times a week.  Sigh.  I don’t think they’ll be coming back anytime soon.  Late winter and early spring were eaten up by the classes … Continue reading

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Post-Cornerstone Reflections

We returned from our 17th Cornerstone Festival on Monday.  It’s amazing how long it takes me to recover each year.  One week of Cornerstone equals at least one week of fatigue and mental confusion.  But it’s worth it. A few … Continue reading

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You Must See: Vader March

From our terribly clever friends the Tudors.  This is what they do on a rainy afternoon, on a whim.  Seriously!  Rather than letting feelings of inadequacy overtake me, I’m going to share this with all of you.  Mom must have … Continue reading

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Westboro Baptist and the Challenge of Overcoming Evil with Good

The Cornerstone Festival, which my family attends every summer, often gets protesters.  Because we typically arrive early we seldom encounter them, but a few years ago we did have a lively time as we were slowly driving toward the main … Continue reading

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