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Lazy Afternoon Reruns: "Southern Baptists Re-branded"

I couldn’t believe it— a few weeks ago, I was kind of half-heartedly watching NBC Nightly News when out of the blue, smack in the middle of the broadcast, 93 more words

The Deep South

A Land Ruled by Dinosaurs

Ten minutes after I stepped off the plane, I was attacked by a mosquito the size of a bird. It slammed into my head as if it didn’t know where it was going but judging by the heat, I imagine it was trying to get inside the terminal and on board the next plane out. 2,984 more words

One Weekend in Charleston

What I did with my Memorial Day Weekend in Charleston…

French Quarter

The French Quarter is quintessential Charleston. Cute old buildings, mansions, and of course Rainbow Row. 260 more words


Hardcover, 336 pages

Published May 29th 2018 by Atria Books

It’s 1968 when fourteen-year-old Huey Fairchild begins high school at Claremont Prep, one of New York City’s most prestigious boys’ schools.

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A Bump in the Road

I seem to have hit a snag in working through ADF’s Dedicant Path. And since this week is supposed to be a High Holy Day in terms of the workbook, so I think I’m gonna hit pause and see if I can work through a few things, especially since I’ll be traveling the week of the Solstice this year. 596 more words

Gaelic Polytheism

Duel Epilogue

I’m here to report that my eight-year battle to eliminate an unwelcome tree in a local cemetery, a tree that had no business being there and was pushing a tombstone askew, a battle I thought I had won in 2014, in fact continued for four more years. 440 more words