Holy Week
Faith

Holy Week

There are few places, spaces, events, moments these days that draw together the entirety of the peoples. Maybe this is more apparent to me because I was homeschooled, so I never knew age-lumping until college. But, really, besides the sacred or secular feasts (Christmas, for instance, maybe Thanksgiving), when do the old and the young … Continue reading

Birfday girn
Fanciful

Birfday girn

Today is my sister-in-law’s birthday. Whenever I tell people about her I say, “I know, we’re so lucky we have her.” I realized a few months ago that I┬ádon’t say, “My brother is so lucky that he has her,” which is probably how normal people talk about things like in laws. Because, you see, people … Continue reading