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Monthly Archive for January, 2005

Miles City (my hometown) may not be known for its great athletes, but when a local boy makes the news, I have to give him props. Props to Barry Anderson, two-time winner of Collegiate Mascot of the Year and current “Benny the Bull” (Chicago Bulls mascot). Barry was two classes behind me (if I remember [...]

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I made the mistake of reading the editorial section of the paper today. This is what I found: Yes – democracy has a cost. Yes – freedom has a cost. Because of the deaths of our forefathers our freedom is expressed every time we walk to the mailbox safely, returning to our homes and family, [...]

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I’m extremely short on time, so I’ll edit this post with more details later. Last week I had a conversation about God with one of my clients, and we’ve been continuing the conversation through email. In short, she’s been burned by the church, but believes in God, in Jesus as the Savior, and also in [...]

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I haven’t bought a new handgun yet, but in preparation, I applied for my concealed weapons permit after business hours on Wednesday. Living on the liberal end of the state, I expected lots of paperwork, lots of questions, and a bit of a wait. Not the case. I got the permit in the mail on [...]

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I’ve tried hard to write lately, which has birthed nothing in me but frustration. I laid in bed last night trying to determine if I was waiting for a fog to lift, or if the landscape of my life is as bare as it seems when I sit to write about it. Part of it [...]

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In the spirit of the post above, I changed the poem in WORDS. It’s not new, but some of you may not have read it. It’s not how I feel now, so don’t go planning any interventions. It is how I felt at one time, and it was certainly medicating to write it at that [...]

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