When I type, my fingers fly across the keyboard making musical clicking sounds. My task this time is to transcribe an eight-thousand-word printed manuscript into a Word document for editing. My fingers […]
I make many, many foolish choices in life, choices where I overestimate my ability to withstand pain, pressure, workload. I spread myself too thin. This time, I did not do that. I guess 50 also brings some small level of wisdom.
The only thing we can rely on is that nothing will ever be the same for very long.
If I was a dragon, I’d hoard books.
Scammed and Spammed by Mystery Mail
When you live in an Age of Scams, it’s hard to know who or what to trust. Opening an email, or answering a phone call, or accepting a social media invite could […]
Against The Dying of the Light
This wedding photo has been in my living room for almost 30 years. Do you see the beautiful young bridesmaid on the right, throwing rose petals? Her name is Rose Mary. She […]
Living with Our Whole Heart
So whether we look at a two-thousand-year-old Bible passage, or modern research based on 6,000 interviews and over six years of scholarly work, we get the same answer.
Living in the Marigny, February 2023
If you’ve ever wanted more parades in your life, New Orleans is the place to be, especially during Carnival season. I personally love parades and consider myself somewhat a parade expert. I’ve […]
Sitting at Table
If we stop seeing things as a race or a competition, and start seeing things as a place where everyone can have a seat at the table, we can help ourselves and help others in the process…”
Living in the Marigny, January 2023
Gold, green, and purple have replaced Christmas trees and decorations. The house across the street on Dauphine is bedecked like a rainbow float with fantastical giant flowers. The Krewe of Chewbacca parade […]