Monthly Archives: April 2015

Mom, I Always Knew You Loved Me

See video below. Mom was 20 when I was born—twenty times as old as me. But when I turned 10, I suddenly realized that she was now only three times as old as me. And when I reached 20 she would … Continue reading

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The Wishing Map 50

Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Eleven: …and Found (Continued) Previously: Two immense black widows had begun to push their stingers into Gina’s eyes just as Prince Jenblevó entered the cave… … Continue reading

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Miracle Belly Cure!

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World Views “Glass-ified”

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
A Comprehensive Glass-ification of World Views Optimist – The glass is ½ full Pessimist – The glass is ½ empty Darwin – The glass appeared at random and without cause. It belongs to whoever can…

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Today’s episode of The Wishing Map has been postponed (I’m out of town acting like a bigshot) The next episode will be posted Saturday, April 18 Meanwhile, check out yesterday’s post: How I–Ahem, Make That How God–Revolutionized My Prayer Life

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Rubio Dives In!

Florida Senator Rubio announced his run for the Presidency yesterday. Supporters chanted, “Marco!”  While children at a YMCA pool next door shouted, “Polo!” ⇔ ⇔ ⇔ ~Want something a tad deeper? Read How I–Ahem, How God–Revolutionized My Prayer Life

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How Memorization Revolutionized My Life

Connecting With God, Part 5 (To read Part 1, click here) I’ve been acting ever since the 6th Grade Talent Show. So you’d think I’d be pretty good at memorization. Nope. Memorization was always the thorn in my theatrical side, … Continue reading

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