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You would think The day that changed your life would have at least been noticeable Instead you learned about it months later, after the pieces had fallen, when the towers cracked and facades fell but the ripples just go on … Continue reading
Double checking the bills, counting the savings, setting aside even a bit more for the future… Makes me wish a bit Wish it were all a bit less, a bit easier. Or did you forget that redemption is costly?
Hello. I’m just a tiny little thing. You’ve not met me before, probably never paid me much mind. But that’s okay. I don’t take up much room. but you’re full of me, my brothers and I We make you tick. … Continue reading
I remember that day in the car with Family explaining, explaining, explaining How the sickness grows How it’s behavior is like a disobedient child, a child who refuses to listen Trying to explain plainly to a child (and the adults, … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder if coffee is just a bit racist. It’s either “black” or “white” but isn’t all coffee a bit brownish? I remember that day in the ER (Because when your oncologist says “Go!” you go.) And the buttons … Continue reading
My dad is an operations researcher. His field comes up with all these awesome tools for optimizing things – from industrial operations like cutting fabric to very intimate things like nutrition and time management. Personally, I think these tools are … Continue reading
Hey All, The City Theologist Blog has now migrated to: thecitytheologist.wordpress.com! I will continue to post here, though the focus of the content may vary.
Ghost likes to give me a really hard time over the fact that I like to sing Christmas carols, well, any time of year. For example today I was listening to We Three Kings, (Birch Tree Project‘s version). But ultimately, … Continue reading
Right now my beloved Twin Cities church is heading out for their fourth annual retreat. They sent out myriad updates about the snowy conditions, and many cautions to drive carefully, much as they had to do two years ago. — … Continue reading
My aunt tells me we come from a long line of preachers. I’m not sure quite how far back that line goes, but I do know that my grandma is a preacher up in the Upper Peninsula. A while back … Continue reading