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We’re All Blind Old Bulldogs

October 11th 2013 No comments yet  

file761300190661My family has an old, old bulldog. Ninety-one in dog years, Chief has been around since I was in fifth grade and spent most of my teenage years happily sleeping on the back porch when he wasn’t terrorizing the neighborhood squirrels and friends who would jump the back fence to come visit me. The old fella is not as spry as he used to be and spends most days in the summer conked out in an air-conditioned garage room at my parent’s house. …

Success and Stuffed Tigers

October 4th 2013 1 comment so far  

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGrowing up, Calvin and Hobbes was my favorite comic strip. Its creator, Bill Watterson, took the simple premise of a six-year-old boy who imagines his stuffed tiger is real, combined it with surprisingly deep topics for a newspaper comic and superb illustration to make arguably one of the most artistic and influential comic strips ever created. From 1985 to the last strip in 1995, it was extremely popular and at its peak was published in over 2,400 newspapers.

Watterson is an …

Waiting on Manna: Needing God Every Single Day

September 27th 2013 No comments yet  

lightstock_3693_xsmall_user_799053I’m going to be perfectly honest with you: there is nothing I want to be doing less than writing a blog today. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been dealing with a communicatory and financial mess up with an apartment, and I have been sleeping a lot less because of the stress. My schedule is completely off, my exercise routine is shot, and worry and doubt are seeping in. I am completely physically and emotionally drained today. And I have at least 400 …

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