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A New Season

Barnabas Landing, Keats Island After all I have been through…

At the end of April 2019 I will complete my role assisting the president and my closest friend Bob Kuhn at Trinity Western University. 1,171 more words


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It has been a while since I have done this, but with a new year comes new posts. If you would like me to reblog your post YOU must do 2 simple things: 70 more words


How Has Your Life Been Shaped By Your Race?

(inspired by Beth Youngdoff’s posting The Guardian’s “White People Assume Niceness Is The Answer To Racial Inequality.  It’s Not.”  I haven’t read the entire article yet, but this first question sparked the digression that follows.) 236 more words

16th January 2019

As the train pulled in Charing Cross a couple of seagulls started squawking really loudly. A full on, at the seaside kind of squawk.

It reminded me of journey down to the coast. 54 more words


Haunting #8 — Lines Over Snow

In the style of Melanie Rae Thon:

On the margins of barren fields, at the edge of winter white, power lines sway like nooses.  

Photo Courtesy of… 8 more words


More US Deaths--2019

With all the debate on whether we are pulling out of Syria or not there is one thing that never changes….the chance of being killed in service to the country. 284 more words

International Situations

Lani Speaks

“I can’t wait to be more patient” I said

as I sucked on the cackling clove cigarette.

“You can’t be a five, without being a… 69 more words