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I Can't Believe I Did That

I was a teacher, once upon a time.  I learned to do the job correctly.  I think I earned the pay they gave me.  I think I choose to believe at least a few of those kids who told me, “Mr. 665 more words


Body Awareness

Going back to the readings from last weekend, the last part of the Gospel is the one that seems the hardest. It’s the one where Jesus says, “If your hand causes you to sin, cut it off. 162 more words


When the power goes in your local supermarket the only logical conclusion is to pretend to be a zombie.

This was not a planned post. However, yesterday something so undeniably random and hilarious occurred that I could not help but post this here.

This story begins innocently enough. 403 more words

The Only Thing Stable In My Life Is My Internet Connection

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B

1st Reading – Numbers 11: 25-29

The name Numbers comes from the description of the census in chapter one of this book. The laws contained in the Book of Numbers are directed to a people on a journey through the promised land. 834 more words

the year of missing you...

When you left on Tuesday last – how the year of missing you began! Every night, my cold feet in bed begged to be warmed by yours. 112 more words



Hyperbole: n. exaggerating but not asking to be seriously considered because it is known to be untrue

“This book weighs a ton” is an example of hyperbole which is a gross exaggeration since no realistic book weighs a ton but it implies that it is a very heavy book. 80 more words

Common Sense


When you like a post
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