Times They Are a Changin’

I almost never blog anymore, but I always blog in airports, and that's where I am right now. Yesterday would have been my mother's 64th birthday.  It's been two years since she passed.  She'll never meet my boyfriend.  She'll never see me finish my masters or have a real job.  She'll never visit me in …

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For the First Time

I went home last week.  I was there for a week.  I adventured from LA to Mammoth, through Death Valley to Las Vegas, and as I always do when I travel, I didn't relax at all.  But, this time I brought someone home with me.  My boyfriend and I flew on an airplane, and he …

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Blogging Everyday in July|A Poem for a Pastor

I moved to Florence and inadvertently claimed the Ark as my church.  The Ark is a lighthouse to this area.  Lighthouses tend to follow me (or lead me?) wherever I go.  The college I went to uses a lighthouse as its symbol.  The church I went to in Mammoth was called Lighthouse and is a …

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