“All go to the same place; all come from dust, and to dust all return.”
-Ecclesiastes 3:20 NIV, canonical
This passage (as well as others from Genesis and the Book of Job) is often paraphrased in the Book of Common Prayer as “ashes to ashes, dust to dust…” Read More
Author’s note: This is flawed. I haven’t closed each thread, I don’t even know that I know how to yet. I know that this was something I’ve been writing for about two years now that exist in drafts in any number of OneNotes. Tonight was the night it needed to post.
I had an argument with my sister today, based entirely on Read More
My sister Rachel, 10 years my senior, has been jealous of me her entire life. That’s right, the jealousy started Read More
Authors Note: This post borders on one where I don’t practice what I preach, and I’m aware of that…and working on it. I’m sharing because of the extensive amount of exploration required and the profundity of conversations involved to get me to this point…many covered in the words of this blog.
I’m also aware this part of my story will require a bit more curated thinking to understand, but it needed to be written tonight. This is not my most perfect post.
Exploring the many parts of myself…
Those who know me know that Read More
Sidenote: I originally wanted to title this blog post “Reflections on a Gift of Jitterbug Perfume” — a story I will hopefully some day get to telling.
My relationship with hyperbole is not unfamiliar. Increasingly, I’m starting to see Read More
This post is a bit of an outlier for several reasons. It seems to come at the confluence of several important reminders in my life about second chances. Read More
[This post is dedicated to Daryl Krech (90, 5/25/2009), Sandy Parker (55, 12/6/2012), Rjay Price Spoon (30, 12/16/2012), Kathleen Krech (68, 1/18/2013), Paul Samuel Krech (70, 4/23/2015)…fathers, mothers, friends and dearly departed.]
Most appropriate soundtrack for this Read More