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But a Whimper

So, as I’m sure you have noticed, we have long since moved forward beyond the “End of the World”.  We didn’t go out in a fiery blaze to the tune of the world’s arsenal of nuclear weapons exploding all at … Continue reading

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For Precisely the Same Reasons…

So.  I said I’d check up on you and I meant it.  The month of January has come and gone.  Thirty-one days of your time left on Earth wasted and irretrievable.  And the end of February isn’t too far away either–I’ve … Continue reading

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There Really is a First Time for Everything…

It’s totally cliché, but 100% true nonetheless.  We really do live a life of firsts.  Some we can’t remember: our first breaths, our first words, our first steps.  These are commemorated only in the pages of yellowing baby books and … Continue reading

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In Memory of Emma Grace Vargas

I had my heart broken today by a beautiful little girl who was clearly the light of every life that knew her.  And, after today, I only wish that I could have counted myself among that number…

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A Catholic, a Mennonite, and a Lutheran Walk into a Bar…

…Ok, so it wasn’t a bar–it was a hotel.  And there admittedly wasn’t much walking going on–more like none actually.  In all fairness though, it was the hotel I work at and who wants to get all sweaty and nasty … Continue reading

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