Monthly Archives: December 2013

Vocational Update II

I received a letter on the weekend of my birthday in November.  This is the text of the letter: + JMJ Praised be Jesus Christ! Dear Megan: May Our dear Lord reward you for your recent letter. We hope and … Continue reading

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Pain in Color

You’ve probably heard of the fascinating experience and phenomenon of Synesthesia. I’m been thinking about what it would be like to see colors with particular words, or have sounds that have precise matching tastes. Why? Well, I have on-going back … Continue reading

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What’s the Significance?

As a kid going to school in the 90s, I’m still getting used to the idea that Pluto isn’t a planet anymore. As someone who’s struggled with math and science, I’ve come to understand that I know very little about … Continue reading

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Apartment Advent

I wrapped all the gifts. Put up the lights & opened my nativity set for the first time. But the cats are meowing and mice stirring.

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My roomie “forgot” to pay the cable bill last month. I came home this evening to find a past-due notice on the table, opened but the repayment stub still attached. I called her, no answer. I texted her, no response … Continue reading

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