Third Sunday in Lent, Year A
If you haven't seen it before, I encourage you to check out this SarahLaughed.net reflection on the texts for this coming Sunday, the themes of which strike me as being as relevant as they were in 2005. I'm continuing to reflect on the texts, of course, and will see whether something new emerges that's worth sharing.
domain name problem solved
I'm glad to say that the domain name has been solved -- and it did turn out to be an honest mistake rather than an attempted domain hijack.
Phew! I'm looking forward to concentrating on CONTENT rather than the technology that helps me get the content out there.
just when I thought things couldn't get more interesting ...
I discovered this morning that someone has seized control of all of the Internet domain names that I own. Actually, I have a pretty good idea of who it was and how it happened -- and also that it was the result of an honest mistake on this person's part and not anything sinister. I'm trying to straighten out the matter, and expect that it will be resolved quickly with no interruption in service.
But just in case, I want to let y'all know what the backup plan is.
The good news is that I still have complete control of SarahLaughed.net content, and this other party does not, so my work won't be deleted and should remain accessible. If you find that you cannot access the lectionary blog at its usual address, go to:
I'm sorry to say that if the domain name SarahLaughed.net goes down or points to a site other than mine, then all internal links on the site (i.e., links to other places within the SarahLaughed.net domain) will be broken. You should, however be able to get where you want to go if you change the "www.sarahlaughed.net" part of the address to "dylan.typepad.com ."
If you are trying to email me and either you get a bounce message or you don't get a reply, try emailing me at:
Thanks for your patience, and please pray for the speedy return of control of SarahLaughed.net to its rightful owner! I really did not need this headache, and I hope it goes away quickly.
Last Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A
I have to apologize again -- I'm just getting back into the rhythm of blogging again, and it completely slipped my mind this week.
Fortunately, I have blogged on the gospel for this Sunday before. Please see: