Hail and well met, Blogospheric pilgrim! Stay and rest your weary mouse hand for a while and view the collective wisdom of the Feline Theocracy for this week. It is time again for me, faithful beadle of the Theocracy, Jacob the Syrian Hamster, to bring you my favorite posts.
We sart this week with the Feline Empress and Mother Superior of the Holy Order of Ocean Whitefish, Kukka Maria and her mom's trickery with kitty treats.
Our Knight-Protector and Defender of Yarn Balls, Lawman, has a post about diminutive police officers taking on giant perps.
The Grand Almoner of England, Carl Morgan, has another in his series describing his e-business efforts. I'm impressed.
Our Abbess of the Priory of Small Princesses shows one princess in her new pool. If this doesn't make you smile, check for a pulse.
Sister Jane of Perpetual Purring has a good post about how drugs get across our borders.
Ogre, our Monsignor of the Breweries, is apparently into panties. (Calm down, there Ogre, I'm just driving traffic your way! :-) )
The Theocracy's Holy Amabassador to the Court of the Mainstream Media is her normal, thoughful self in this essay on political sincerity.
I'm frustrated with one of my favorite blogs, that of our Official Artist. I read it daily, but most days I can't manage to bring up the halocscan comment boxes to leave kudos. Here's a great post from him about Zarqawi's timely end.
One of our most recent Theocraticians, Laurence Simon, the Archbishop of Texas has posted his latest edition of Ask the Cats. I love these!
Our other recent addition, Niall over at It's All Straw, posted this lovely piece about his dad. This brought tears to my eyes.
Heidi, maintaining her position on the Protected List, awaits her comfy sofa and sunbeam by blogging gems like this. As an economic libertarian, I'm with you, Heidi!
And now, on to the WOG Squad! This weekend, I did two expository posts I will continue to use in the future. One described the WOG.
The Anchoress, our Anchoress, has a great roundup of Zarqawi posts.
Holy Scholar roll call:
Mark Shea has the best post I have seen yet on the Canadian terror ring bust.
Georgette explores one of my favorite tools, Meyers-Briggs as it applies to being a mom.
Eric Scheske drops a bombshell about the Pope.
Happy Julie spreads her happiness with this post.
Finally, our Court Jester races ahead of the pack with this great post.
Until our next roundup of posts across the Feline Theocracy, I wish you all sunflower seeds and a well-oiled exercise wheel or catnip and tuna according to your tastes.
Update: Just to make sure everyone knows and Mr. Official "Don't Blame Me When Things Go Wrong" Artist doesn't completely freak out, the problems with his Haloscan comments are entirely the fault of my IE security settings. There. Satisfied now? Sheesh! ;-)