I feel hornswoggled, bamboozled, conned, and tricked. I went to a dinner billed as organic. I was looking forward to food extra clean, something from one of those magazines full of people healthy enough to fly, women pure, guys too strong to die. After sitting down though, I was filled with dread. At the top […]
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It’s a good thing God has a plan for the human race. Left to our own devices I’ve no doubt where we’d place… all left behind, none in front of the pack, making ourselves the god we aren’t turning our face from the one we lack. © Joel Tipple
sometimes when i take the time to be quiet i feel as though i could float all day stopping by each of the world’s beaches to steal a few moments of play at some point for far too many growing up and old means we stop enjoying those breaks in between oceans of work and […]
I’ve some concern over the dearth of questions asked about expressions like “old wives tales” and “trailer trash.” Who decided “old wives” had the market cornered on stories without merit, to be ridiculed and scorned? Was it old husbands, with power, but little sense, who perpetuated that expression without fear of recompense? And what about […]
on reflection the light I have is too difficult to carry in my arms all on my own I have to share with another known to me and since it grows if it’s nurtured by one that one will soon have to share it too and so it goes
A frank appraisal of this morning’s bathroom mirror reveals that the wisest of baby boomers will invest a significant portion of their stock portfolio in the evolution of nose and ear hair trimming technologies.