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THRU THICK AND THIN

Getting ready for our return to in-person Sunday service this week feels something like being spun around for a game of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. The whole year has been dizzying, so you’d think we’d be getting more…

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I BEG YOUR PARDON

When I walk, I like to listen to podcasts, so I’ve been checking out a bunch of different shows, in different genres, on a variety of topics. It seems like every celebrity has a podcast these days, mostly interview-format, where…

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BY ANY OTHER NAME

Shakespeare’s Juliet muses, “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” She’s not wrong — if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and sounds like a duck, it’s probably technically a…

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BORN TO BE WILD

Travis and I just returned from a three-night birthday trip to Silver City and the Gila Wilderness. It was awesome. But that little vacation combined with an amped-up production schedule of our community film project, SQUATCH (see below), means that…

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DREAM WORLD

I have been dedicated to studying Spanish this year.  I still freeze in any conversation that comes close to normal speed, but I’m getting pretty good at reading comprehension, and my vocabulary has expanded tremendously.  It’s been one of my…

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SLOW JAMZ

Last week, hundreds of galleries and museums around the world participated in “Slow Art Day 2021.” This is an annual thing that has been going on for ten or twelve years. I’d never heard about it before. And I missed…

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TO AND FRO

A couple of months ago, I shared a bit of inspiration from this book I’ve been enjoying, Humankind: A Hopeful History, by Rutger Bregman. I was only on Chapter One at that point, and I predicted that I’d want to…

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