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The Things

I’ve done a lot of things.

A lot.

A lot.

I’ve lived in a lot of houses, in a lot of cities, in quite a few countries (46, 11, 3). 141 more words

Kimberly Manky

A Veil

The Veil of Vulnerability 

A friend once told me that it’s just easier to stay away. It’s easier to distance yourself from people you truly care about and avoid attachment. 449 more words

Sunday Brunch: Brioche french toast with huckleberry compote and Grand Marnier creme

By Tarryl Jackson

The huckleberry compote and the Grand Marnier creme were what drew me in to the brioche french toast at Sam’s Chowder House. I typically stay away from french toast (having too much egg makes me nauseated), but the Sunday brunch entrée at the Palo Alto restaurant was too tempting to pass up. 240 more words

Comfort Food

Should you Lease or Buy your next Car? It Depends

Are you better off leasing or buying a car? The answer depends on many factors.

You want to evaluate the cost of having the car during the period you own or lease it. 148 more words

Financial Planning

Why Pope Francis and the Church Treat Climate Change as a Moral Issue

Last month, NPR (National Public Radio) held a workshop for energy and environment reporters in Chicago. I was invited to be on a panel titled “The Environment as a Moral Question” and outline Catholic teaching on ecology and climate change. 1,325 more words


Getting Back To It. Or, Emerging from Depression

So I’m at a point I think a lot of you are familiar with.  The end of that hibernation period.  That point where we are crawling out of our hole of depression, anxiety, and panic. 323 more words


Ralph asked me out today – 15th February 1998

Sunday 15th We got up at about 7:00am and got ready in our ski gear and went for brekkie at 8:00am. We had bread rolls and jam and tea and coffee and stuff. 436 more words