Rain drips from the eaves of our cabin porch near Westcliffe, Colorado, as Led Zeppelin’s The Rain Song plays in
2020 April 5 I left for college my freshman year driving a Pontiac crammed with Advent stereo speakers
March 28 Questions of priority and sanity are framed in stark relief by cataclysm. For instance, “Why is it easier
Lately I’ve been feeling like I’m 14 years old. Which is my typical maturity level, but no, I’m referring to
Tell me your life story in 4 minutes. This is a question I have been asking my friends and family.
Karen and I were driving through Wisconsin farmland a couple of years ago, and I was overcome by pastoral splendor
We decided to get away this past weekend, so we visited our friends, Rick and Belinda, in Fayetteville. We watched
Word. Word is a strange word…the longer you stare at it, the odder it becomes. Stranger still is the
Studies show that if you repeat something often enough, say 30 days in a row, it becomes part of you.
Certain languages, including French and Bulgarian, have one word for both“time” and “weather.” The French is rendered Le Temps. One