Tag Archives: Family

Two Chairs

I don’t remember the street being so old I don’t remember the basement feeling this cold I don’t remember the sign in the grass Better slow down, son, you’re going too fast And the smile on their face means so … Continue reading

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I Can Only Imagine

Have you ever listened to a kid tell a story? They’ll start off with the truth, but halfway through the story, they’ll call out the read-option play from their playbook, which gives them the ability to either continue telling the … Continue reading

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A Letter to Paul (Reblog)

Originally posted on For The Love Of Sass:
To Paul at The Captain’s Speech Dear Paul, Hi it’s your little blogger sister. I don’t even know where to begin!!! Let’s begin with September 8th, 2013. That’s the day I discovered…

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Viewing Notes: The Bachelorette Ep. 8

Welcome back to another family friendly edition of The Bachelorette. I say “family friendly” because Rachel is meeting the families tonight. This should be fun, and embarrassing for all involved. ~ We start off with Eric in Baltimore. He is … Continue reading

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Not That Person Anymore

Have you ever put on a pair of clothes, only to quickly realize they no longer fit? That happened to me a few weeks ago. It caught me by surprise. My pants felt like I needed to shove a lampshade … Continue reading

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The Bags We Carry

There once was a man who went grocery shopping once a week. He would park his car in the lot and head inside with his bags. Up and down the aisles he went grabbing all the food he wanted while striking up … Continue reading

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How To Lose Weight Over The Holidays

That’s a catchy clickbait title, is it not? Too bad the holidays are over. Are they over? I lost track of what day it was as soon as we hit December 27. Is it 2018 yet? Are we on Mars? … Continue reading

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Adios, Chris

It was the best lasagna I’ve ever had in my life. I wanted to eat more of it, but in order to do that I would’ve had to pave paradise and put up a parking lot. In simpler terms, my … Continue reading

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else

This poem is a companion piece to “everything” – written January 2, 2016. And they will ask, Was it then, is it now, or is it ever? i had to look past the things that bothered and the thoughts that … Continue reading

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Wrapping Presents

Back when I was in high school, I told someone there was a difference between a present and a gift. I claimed that a present is something that is given to someone when they expect it, while a gift is something … Continue reading

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