Not Ashamed, but Often Embarrassed

Not Ashamed, but Often Embarrassed

Apparently, a Christian group of some sort meets afterhours in one of my favorite lunch spots. Handwritten Bible verses are sketched in various colors onto sheets of paper that are taped to the walls. Alongside these scriptural quotations — like Isaiah’s assurance...
Count Each Day

Count Each Day

There was something notably different about the gravestones in the Myer Homestead cemetery than the markers seen in so many other burial places. Established in 1759, the cemetery — with both aging headstones and freshly turned dirt — serves as the final resting place...
My PCD Explains a Lot, at Least to Me

My PCD Explains a Lot, at Least to Me

Count me among those with Popular Culture Defiance (PCD), as at least one psychologist calls it. This condition, which I learned about from a recent Twitter post, explains a lot – at least to me. It could well be the reason I didn’t board the Wordle bus. This is not a...