Tag Archives: Identity

The “Link in Bio” Generation

Writing is a lonely experience for me. I sit at my desk in the middle of the night with the lights off, listening to the same song on repeat for two hours, while staring at a laptop screen, whose brightness … Continue reading

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Mean Something To Me

Tomorrow is another day to keep one more notch on our belt, one more mile in the jeep and if you blink instead of wink you may miss it all the same excuse me, miss, I never got your name These … Continue reading

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Oh, the Sports You’ll See!

I’ve spent my entire existence wondering what my life would be like if I didn’t like sports. I still don’t have an answer. It’s a great mystery to me. Somebody get Scooby-Doo and the gang on line one. How would … Continue reading

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What Do You Keep?

Why do we keep things? Old birthday cards. Special coins. Trophies and ribbons. Books. Mini sticks. Textbooks. Notebooks. Hundreds of magazines. A CD “collection”. Tickets to sporting events. One lacrosse ball. Oh, sorry. I seem to have made that list … Continue reading

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Leave It All Behind

Should’ve moved on long ago, but I didn’t know Should’ve listened to the words I never heard Should’ve just kept walking and forget to turn around Because the words on the paper have gotten old Maybe the ghosts read them … Continue reading

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A Letter To Ariel

Dear Ariel,  I hope this letter gets to you germ free, as I currently have a sore throat that burns like a disco inferno. I haven’t started sneezing yet, but the occasionally sniffle is sending me warning signs. I’m not … Continue reading

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50 Thoughts XVI

1. It’s two days until Christmas and I still haven’t seen Home Alone or Mrs. Doubtfire yet this holiday season. 2. Shovelling snow is a workout. Everyone agree? Good. 3. Those of you who watch The Bachelor/ette will be happy to … Continue reading

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Something Different

Hey friends, Paul here. I don’t really know what this blog post is going to be about, but I feel like I have stuff to say. So I’m just going to sit here and write and hopefully something meaningful comes … Continue reading

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A Raker’s Dozen

I plan on making this a funny post, but I haven’t written a funny post in a really long time. So if my jokes fall flat, don’t step on them. They’re already flat. That was my first joke. I hear … Continue reading

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Empty Streets

The cars are tired, they’ve gone home for the evening The streetlights still change for no one, when no one is around The lights off in the distance are looking for a friend to cast a shadow upon The wind … Continue reading

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