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Scenes at Cappielow: Two goals in a minute

Yesterday, I experienced one of THOSE moments. One of the moments that reminds you why you go week in, week out to support your team, even if disappointment likely awaits when you do, and you’re left wondering why you even bother spending the money anymore. 340 more words

Football

Distance and Perspective

These sad little seed pods. Distant and cold, the gaping space between them seems to grow. One reflects on its position as the other stays focused on another path. 17 more words

Photography

March 15, 2015

“From Mount Hor they set out by the way to the Red Sea, to go around the land of Edom; but the people became impatient on the way.” 406 more words

Meditation

The League One title race: Why you should care

When you think about the third tier of Scottish football, excitement probably isn’t the first word that comes to mind, and rightly so. The quality of football is low, crowds are sparse, and journeys to away games can feel like a trip to the end of the earth and back again. 800 more words

Football

Snapchat Slaughter by Sixteen Year Old Student

By Asad Jamal

Maxwell Marion Morton (above), a sixteen year old boy in Pennsylvania, has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder, homicide, and firearms possession for killing a classmate and sharing a selfie with his friend on Snapchat. 296 more words

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Transfer Madness At Cappielow

MORTON pulled the curtain down on a truly incredible January transfer window with the re-signing of Aberdeen striker, Declan McManus.

The arrival of the twenty-year-old was Jim Duffy’s sixth signing of the window, as he aims to bolster his squad for the title run in. 829 more words

Greenock Morton

February 1, 2015

Great are the works of the LORD, studied by all who delight in them.
Psalms 111:2 NRSV

As soon as I read the word “studied” in today’s psalm, the following prayer, memorized in Sunday school, popped into my head. 384 more words

Meditation