Monthly Archives: August 2006

The vote is in . . .

And there is no clearcut winner.  I was surprised to find that there were cogent and heartfelt cases made for each of the proposed options.  But, in the last analysis, I decided, for this first project, to go with Small Graces.  Personally, I was leaning toward the compilation — and if this Small Graces project works, I will definitely consider the compilation — but two simple observations touched me and swayed my mind.  The first was by a woman who […]