Category Archives: spirituality

Happy ICE Day, America

Sunday, the Lord’s Day, July 14th 2019   On this day –in which the regrettable White House Occupant tweets at American minority Congresswomen to “go back to where they came from” on his way to GOLF in Virginia,  ICE RAIDS are … Continue reading

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Politics with Pops and Chris

Tuesday, July 9th 2019   AT RISE: Paul and the kids have left Jennifer, Pops and Chris in Pops’ office to finish their heated political debate about –among other things– the crazy idea of Healthcare-for-All  in the 2020 presidential campaigns. … Continue reading

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Tobin Spring Concert Dress Rehearsal – 2019

2019-06-06 As I can’t make it to the Spring Concert (tomorrow) I crashed the Dress Rehearsal today! Of note, the first song, “Namaste,” really knocked my socks off. 2019-06-06 Tobin Spring Concert Dress Rehearsal [2:59]:      The rest was … Continue reading

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Character Values: Lying or Not

My late Uncle Jack told me; “I’d rather believe in someone and be wrong than NOT believe in them and be right.”   And this from the internet: ♦  

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My Favorite Konmari Fan Piece to Date

Thursday, April 25th 2019 Although I haven’t taken the leap to actually APPLY Marie Kondo’s Method to my home in its totality, I remain inspired and influenced nonetheless.   And I love to see what other people can accomplish using The … Continue reading

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Victory Lap Nerd Time: Blogging About Blogging

January 1st 2018 Spoiler alert:  Super nerd time here! Happy New Year to me.  I have finally done it; I have more or less blogged recent events up to present in near real-time. Being obsessed with photos, videos and documentation … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: There Are Always More Sick Kids

Friday, December 7th 2018   Voice in my head when I’m leaving the hospital:  “But there are so many more sick kids.” Voice in my head: “But you made a difference to all that you could.”   Voice in my … Continue reading

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