The drawing room is a place where "wit flows long" and any subject
is open to discussion. Here you might find anything...
homepage! She's a graduate of Bradley University and has a B.S. in physical therapy.
The Fam's Page--My parents' personal
homepage--lots of good recipes and helpful info on child-raising.
An introduction to
the church of Christ--My sister wrote this brief explanation of the church
of Christ and why we, as Christians, practice what we do.
Round Lake church of Christ
--The local congregation with which I worship.
The Interactive Bible--A comprehensive site
containing many useful articles, information on local churches near you, and
an opportunity for you to "Ask a Bible Question? Get a Bible Answer!"
The Gospel Way--Enroll in free Bible
Bible Gateway--Search the
Bible in 19 languages and 13 versions.
Research Library--Enlightening messages on various spiritual issues, ranging from
"science and religion" to "morality."
Politics and Government
GovSpot--Federal, state, and local
government resources, providing all the info you need to know about American
politics, past and present.
White House History--A fascinating page on the White House's official site; includes
White House history, info on the Presidents and First Ladies, and a virtual tour of the First Family's home, complete with color photos.
on Politics and Government--Excerpts from the writings of Jefferson--in
my opinion, the greatest of all American Presidents.
VOTE.COM--At this great site, you can make your voice be heard! Participate in polls on the hot issues of the day, and then have your vote sent to the decision-makers in Washington. A fantastic way to get involved.
Elizabeth's Classic Movie
Homepage--A fun and informative page containing sections on the films,
stars, and directors of Hollywood's Golden Era. (Check out the Audio/Video
Gallery for classic movie lines and soundtracks!)
Gone With the
Wind--The "unofficial" homepage of "the most popular motion picture of all
Monticello--the home of Thomas Jefferson
--I visited Jefferson's Virginia home in 1997 and thought it was the most
beautiful and most cleverly designed house I'd ever seen. Take a virtual tour
at the official site, and plan your own visit.
Alcott House--The visitor site
of Orchard House, the charming home of Louisa May Alcott, author of Little
Women. I toured the house (in Concord, MA) in 1999 and was delighted!
Newport Mansions--Visit the
lavishly ornate "summer cottages" in Newport, RI, including the Breakers and
Virtual London--Go on
a virtual tour of one of the world's coolest cities! (There's even a webcam
with a live shot of "somewhere in England"!) :-)