Monthly Archives: August 2014

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Control. I don’t have any of it right now. I don’t have control over most of anything in my life right at this moment, and this renders me helpless and anxious and physically ill. Here are a few examples from … Continue reading

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Shhhhhh.

I’m ready. For calm, fall, long bulky seaters wrap hands around mugs of steam clean soft quiet conversation or maybe just a listen. A small sweet home, draped blankets and birdlegs, tiny enough to tend to, welcoming to friends I … Continue reading

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On Fathers of Fatherless Children…

Bear with me for a moment with this picture story: You’re 14 years old. You’ve been tasked with washing the dishes. It sounds like the most horrible, burdensome, torturous, slavish encroachment on your freedom. The Worst Thing. You decide you’ll … Continue reading

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