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I ate a donut today. I’m not sure why, but that line has been running through my head all damn day, OCD style.  Wash, rinse, repeat.  Almost every Sunday, we stop at the local donut shop on the way to church.  And, almost every Sunday, I...

I’m not sure I am ready to write this, so that probably means it is time.   I’m leaping before I look.  And, while I’m fairly certain there is an abyss below, staying where I am is no longer an option.  So, hang on for the ride, it’s a...

The other day, I had a conversation with someone about the hopes we had for our respective legacies.  In looking back on life, she said there had not been much that stood out in terms of accomplishments – no children, limited financial means, and various...

This morning, as I was driving the carpool to school, I was struck by the smell of clothing which had spent a little too much time loitering in the washer before heading next door to the dryer.  As much as I hate to admit it,...

“To refuse the dark side of one’s nature is to store up or accumulate the darkness; this is later expressed as black mood, psychosomatic illness, or unconsciously desired illness…  We must be whole whether we like it or not; the only choice is whether we...