Category Archives: Reflections

Whups.

Hello, 2019. I did not see you coming. I was busy. These things happen. One of the things that I have let fall by the wayside these last few months is writing: private journaling, writing sermons, writing papers, and down … Continue reading

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The Edge of Winter

I was talking to someone the other day – a friend, maybe, or a colleague – about the whirlwind of headlines these last couple of weeks: Executive orders to delegitimize trans, nonbinary and gender-variant identities; some kind of fiasco with … Continue reading

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Drive By Posting

There is a funny thing that happens when you are approaching a milestone achievement, something like graduation or your first real job. (Some people think this way about finding a partner, or moving out, or losing an arbitrary amount of … Continue reading

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Hold My Hand

Chaplaincy. Graduation. Process. Skid marks.

Chickenman, hold my hand…. Continue reading

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June Already

I went four months again without blogging. Oops. These things happen. My purposeful reflection – and my writing time and my personal energy – have been tied up in a mix of transitional things: finishing my last semester of seminary, … Continue reading

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Homecoming

The suitcases are unpacked. One of them isn’t back in the basement yet, but they are unpacked. I have washed three loads of laundry today. One of them is still in the dryer. I put some of my “travel kitchen” … Continue reading

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2017: Don’t Let The Door Hit Ya…

It hardly seems worth the pixels to write a summary for a year when I’ve written one and a half blog posts, at all. But it’s been like that. So like that. Since the non-cancer diagnosis in late October, I’ve … Continue reading

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