• Posts Tagged ‘weight’

    how would jesus fail?

    by  • May 30, 2007 • Uncategorized • 6 Comments

    I ate all three meals alone today. Well, I was accompanied by the Schnauzers, so I suppose that’s not completely true. Ginger has gone to see her folks on the way to our adult mission trip to Biloxi and I had things to do around the house, so it was a fairly solitary day...

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    work and wait

    by  • May 22, 2007 • Uncategorized • 9 Comments

    Our garden is almost planted. The rain finally stopped some time last night so I got out this morning and put in the rest of the tomatoes and a few other things. Instead of annuals, I’ve filled most all of our containers and with various kinds of herbs. Here is the complete list (I...

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    advanced calculus

    by  • May 18, 2007 • Uncategorized • 9 Comments

    About a month ago, I checked in with the doctor who monitors my antidepressants feeling reasonably confident: I made it all winter without feeling seriously depressed, which is a first in the last six years. I instigated a conversation about cutting back on one of my medications to see how I would tolerate it....

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    the language of fat

    by  • May 4, 2007 • Uncategorized • 12 Comments

    Though National Poetry Month is over, I’m still getting a poem-a-day from Poets.org, for which I continue to be grateful. The first stanza of today’s poem took me on an unexpected journey, or, I should say, raised an unexpected question. Here’s what I read: Surf Buddhaby Matthew Lippman There is a sandalwood Buddha on...

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