Welcome to Palindrome Week! That right, this week (at least in the US) every date is a palindrome. Exciting, huh? Well, here’s the best of the last, semi-palindromic week from around the blogosphere.
Best Remembrance. “Hank Aaron’s Homer and the Most Revered Record in Sports” by Grant Brisbee at SB Nation.
Best Special Needs Post. “The Exquisite Joy of Nothing” by Robert Rummel-Hudson at Support for Special Needs.
Brightest Post. “Bright Spot” by Cara Strickland at Little Did She Know.
Most Hopeful (in Spite of its Title). “The World Would be a Better Place if We All Died …” by Brandon Andress.
Best Psychological Analysis. “REF RAGE: A Study of Our NCAA Tournament Frustrations and Hatreds” by Jon Bois at SB Nation.
Best Parenting Post. “The Saint of the NICU” by Jennifer Fulwiler at Conversion Diary.
Best Headline. “Meet the Prizewinning Catholic Biologist Creationists Can’t Stand” by Karl W. Giberson at The Daily Beast.
Best Synchroblog. “The Day it Felt Like Church” by Chris Morton (and several other bloggers) at Growth and Mission.
Best Question. “Why Can’t My Son Receive the Eucharist?” by Anna Nussbaum Keating at First Things.
Most Likely to Make You Cry. “The Lessons of Princess Lacey” by Kurt Mensching at SB Nation.
Best Advice. “How To Be A Christian Without Being A Total $@#& About It” by Benjamin L. Corey at Formerly Fundie.
Best Video Mashup. “Spoiler Alert – Supercut!” by Screen Junkies (via YouTube).
And like that … the movie’s ruined!