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Rainstorm

When we sat on the chalk cliffs overlooking the Timberron basin and lightning in the indigo sky, it started to rain hard, though far from camp with one poncho between us. 24 more words

Poetry

the secret life of my grandmother

After sharing a sad tale in my last post, I now have a somewhat bizarre story to share:

When my grandmother moved into assisted living last month, my mother and aunt helped her go through all of her clothes to decide what to take and what to get rid of. 650 more words

Terrifying Return of All True Ghost Horror!

In honor of the best event the calendar year offers, I’m posting another little look at my own interactions with the misty realms of which we know but dimly, with an explanation of… 59 more words

Writing

"Why her?" A pseudo-philosophical ontology

Two days ago, a young student at the school I work at was fatally struck by a school bus. She was someone from the Muslim community, though I didn’t know her and had never seen her before. 877 more words

Recollections & Reflections

"The Ghost Story"

Coming from a late morning funeral mass where Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 was read by a dear friend, I found myself mediating on “there is a time for everything” ~even death. 431 more words

Give it a try....will you succeed 

Here are a few things that I don’t realize are strange as hell yet I do them day to day, not out of necessity, just because when I do them and explain them to people they should give it a try, they first think I’m an idiot, sure enough every time I tell them I either see them or hear from them and they’ve tried them and it screwed with there head. 375 more words

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Classical madness

One press, just one press and you are transported to an amphitheater, before you stands waiting a full orchestra just there for you, you look around and there is no other members of the audience. 311 more words

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