Cleansing Fire

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Yes, We Are All Still Alive and Well

November 11th, 2011, Promulgated by Gen

I just wanted to let you all know that all is well and running smoothly at Cleansing Fire. We’ve had a bit of a slow-down over the past month or two, but only because many of us are quite busy at the moment. I just wanted to allay any fears that we would be shutting down or being suppressed.

We will, for the forseable future, continue to play the Statler and Waldorf in Bishop Clark’s Muppets’ Show.

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5 Responses to “Yes, We Are All Still Alive and Well”

  1. Persis says:

    Love it!!

  2. Jim says:

    Jim M. here: Thanks, Gen for posting this info. It really has been quiet on CF for awhile now. I noticed that several of the most recent posts have very few, or no comments after them. My compliments to the writing staff, who work so hard behind the scenes. Let’s do our part to keep our diocese in the spotlight, and to keep our people informed!

  3. Ben Anderson says:

    love the vid, Gen! If anyone’s looking for something a little different, my wife has started blogging. That means I have to start behaving myself as a watchdog is now being watched!

    here’s the link for anyone interested:

  4. Ink says:

    Ben–she is a RIOT. And your kids are so cute!! This has made my otherwise-crummy Friday night (in studio working… again).

  5. Choir says:

    Ben — Bless your wife. My aunt raised 8 kids and she (my aunt) made a decision that her house would be in an “uproar” for the next 20 years or so. She was okay that things weren’t in place and things were askew. But she made sure that the kids, as they got older, helped with chores, like putting the food away, cleaning the bathroom, shoveling, etc, etc. She claims that once you firmly train the younger ones the even younger ones will get that the will have chores and they are fine with that. Don’t let your wife do this alone. Train the kids to help, which I’m sure you are or soon will be.
    Another point my aunt had and I saw this happen all the time – the rest of the kids in the neighborhood always went to my aunt’s house to play because she was more interested in who her kids had as friends than how clean or tidy the house was and, after awhile, even the neighbor kids pitched in and helped with the chores. I think the kids felt as since of security there. My aunt could be a pretty strict disciplinarian, but very kind-hearted.
    As her kids got older, she would ask how “so-and-so” was not that she was really interested (she was in a way interested) but she found out by asking that question what her kids were up to. Kids will talk about other kids but not about themselves (after a certain age).

    Hope this helps.

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