Category Archives: persecution

Oranges and Apples

Anyone who knows me well knows that my favorite season is apple season. I know that technically, apples are not their own season, but when one lives in the northern part of the midwest, apples on trees don’t last very … Continue reading

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I Miss Me

Yesterday was one of the worst days I have had in a very long time. One of the most difficult aspects of living with disease is the unpredictability it brings. I have said this before, but it is worth repeating. … Continue reading

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Cut the Lawn, Shovel the Snow

This picture is something I used to look at when, as a child, Wheaties was my favorite breakfast cereal. I always read the box as I ate. I was a kid who loved and looked forward to the Olympics. While … Continue reading

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Reblog from a friend

I’m reblogging a recent post of a friend of mine. I’m sure many have seen the potential implications for Christian colleges if they refuse to admit gays. I have to wonder–if there were a college strictly for gays and a … Continue reading

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