Cast the First Stone

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was killed by a police officer. He had tried to purchase something with a supposed counterfeit $20. Whether he knew it was counterfeit or not, I don't think his crime warranted the punishment. And I could go on about the details surrounding this murder and what came afterward, but …

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“What would Jesus do”

Said as a statement. Not a question. I was work the other day and a man came and found me and asked for help with the patio furniture. He asked how big of a box this big wooden outdoor chair would come in. Unfortunately, the only one of those chairs that we had in stock …

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On Santa and Christmas Traditions

Working in customer service has taught me that people get meaner during the holidays. I'm almost positive that I've never taken a picture with Santa.  My parents didn't really teach the Santa thing.  I don't remember ever really believing, but maybe I stopped before my memories began.  I vaguely remember logical conversations with my dad …

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