- Last night I dreamt I was thin. Then I woke up... and cried. #truestory #ThursdayDowner-- @ImaCrab2 3 months ago
- @mel_leilani I totally feel you... metaphorically, of course.-- @ImaCrab2 3 months ago
- Dear Draper City: Are you listening to Elder Holland? #ldsconf-- @ImaCrab2 3 months ago
- I just need 2 minutes w/Elder Hales to fix his glasses. As many people who are around, why didn't somebody offer to do that for him?#LDSConf-- @ImaCrab2 3 months ago
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Monthly Archives: November 2012
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the real one by Dr. Seuss) Most of us have been raised with the popular cartoon created in 1966, voiced by the incomparable Boris Karloff, chock full of memorable music and Tom-n-Jerry-like animations.
People I’m Thankful for Even Though I Hate Them Well, “hate” is a very strong word… (Making my “thoughtful” face.)
Never Enough Will we hear? Never ourself for fear — fear of being judged, of being thought of as “less than,” not worth my time to stop and take notice of the marvel that is you… or me. Fear of … Continue reading
Uncle Bert These words, “Uncle Bert,” are as honey on my tongue. Oh how I love, love, love my Uncle Bert. He has passed on now, but my memory of him is as dear to me as fresh linen and … Continue reading
Civic Duty Where does it begin? And where does it end? These are real questions. I have my definition, but apparently I don’t know the answer for everyone.
Wayfaring to Hegira a poem by… well, me.
They’ll never ask me to Speak Again Some decisions you just never live down. Try as I might, all attempts at self-redemption have done nothing more than plunge my mutilated reputation further into the cold grave I dug for myself. … Continue reading
Curtains At times, a topic presents itself so eminently that it is impossible to ignore. I’ve been wanting to write about this for some time, but knowing that some of you may reject it outright – as it is an … Continue reading