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Tempus fugit

What illustrates the passing of time better than the ever shifting rays of the sun? It became almost palpable to me when I was taking photos in the Church of Our Lady in my hometown. 113 more words

Dordrecht, My Hometown

The Spookiest Snack in Town: Tombstone Pudding Cups

Halloween is right around the corner, which means one thing: It’s time for some scary (and chocolate-packed) snacks. We’ve seen all kinds of great ideas, like… 229 more words

Food

No One Is Perfect

This came accross my desk today. 

Sometimes the truth hurts.

Sometimes it is deadly.

Thanks, Carla.

Dying

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Thanks to About a Simple Village Undertaker for this honest assessment of Pancrazio's talents (or lack of talents). No One Is Perfect

This Is What Convinced Me To Visit Doc Holliday's Grave

One of the main reasons I wanted to go to Glenwood Springs on our recent Labor Day trip was because Doc Holliday is buried there. We’d stayed there briefly one night years ago on our way back from Las Vegas, but it was only later that we learned that Doc’s grave was there. 123 more words

ASU Thesis Published! 

My thesis from ASU on Arizona ghost towns is finally published and available for purchase on Amazon! I published it through CreateSpace, a great resource for self-publishing. 68 more words

Travel

Echoes Of A Tombstone


An ode to someone who lost a heroic battle to cancer at a very young age yet had a great impact on the life of people around. 118 more words

Poems