Monthly Archives: November 2012

Blessed with MS?

Call me Polyanna, but I can honestly say I’ve been “blessed with MS”.  I’m not the type who is normally prone to empty optimism.  On the other hand, looking for the good side of anything is an appropriate and healthy … Continue reading

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Thanx #10

How did Thanksgiving pass by without me writing another “thanx” post?  (Search on the word “thanx” for the previous nine and to find out why I persistently and purposefully spell “thanks” wrong.)  My negligence is emblematic of my own inadequate … Continue reading

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Free Christian drama scripts! (and worth it)

In the days before I embarked on the temporary insanity of screenwriting and blogging, my writing time was taken up mostly with writing short sketches.  These were performed at churches, men’s groups, charitable fundraisers, and other gatherings.   Over the years, … Continue reading

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Put away childish things

Saint Paul told the people of Corinth that, “when I became a man, I put childish ways behind me.”  So must we all.  Well, most of us.  Some adults never give up childish things.  We call them professional athletes. As … Continue reading

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I am Legion

Yesterday’s post was not meant to stand alone.  This one is the follow-up I’d planned all along.  This is the explanation of the parable, if you will.  The inspiration to write it came from the realization that the man of … Continue reading

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Man of the Tombs

I was free until he came into my life. I could come and go as I pleased and no one could prevent me.  Believe me, they tried.  Crowds of men would come and try to hold me down, as many … Continue reading

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Old White Guys

[I try to avoid controversial political topics, but I can’t hold this back.  Also, it shouldn’t be controversial.  It’s common sense.] One key lesson to be drawn from yesterday’s national election results: No one wants to hear some old white … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo vs TyFaLoSta

For some reason that is most likely attributable to brain damage, I decided to try NaNoWriMo this year.  For those unfamiliar with this phenomenon, that term is shorthand for National Novel Writing Month.  The idea is to get as many … Continue reading

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