Carnival of Modesty at Home Steeped Hope!

The second Carnival of Modesty is up over at Mary’s place, Home Steeped Hope. Wow, I’m impressed with how many articles were submitted! There is plenty of weekend reading material all linked into one post.

I just thought of how ironic it is to call a collection of articles about modesty is called a carnival. The word is also defined as a “riotous excess.” In our case, let it be an excess of fabric on our bodies and humility in our hearts!

The A/C update: No fix yet…though I’ve had a visual of the repair man. I’ll tough it out this morning and if it is not working before lunch—I’m going home again.

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1 Response to “Carnival of Modesty at Home Steeped Hope!”


  1. 1 Mary August 10, 2007 at 10:17 am

    Thanks for helping spread the word, Anna! You’re right, there were a huge amount of submissions this time…and if you think it’s ironic that it’s a “Carnival” you should have seen some of the submissions that were absolutely NOT modest! Seriously.

    The heat index here in the mid-west has been around 111*F the past few days. If our A/C quit, I’d be hounding the repair man and heading somewhere cool! Hopefully the higher ups will get you guys in the cool asap!


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