The Library

 

Charles_Darwin_Library

It’s simple: I keep digging for everything I’ve written over the last decades and put them all here, unsorted and chronologically according to when it is published. There’s a lot here. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, go to one of the category pages or do a search at the top of the right sidebar. Enjoy!

My last ten posts…

The Sunday Lesson – G has a plan and a time and it might not be yours

The Father has a plan and a time. Neither correlates with your plans or your timing.

1970s, 7/6/2022 – Prompt, Rainy days to me are…

...a pleasant memory. I grew up fertilized by rain. Not rain so much, as in a downpour that strips the paint off your car, but as water in the sky, and maybe falling from the sky. In Tacoma, there was always fog or mist or drizzle, and it fell everywhere at the same...

Crumb – Yo, man. What are you up to today? It’s good to remember…

I wrote this down and thought, whew, that’s more than enough for any mere mortal. Isn’t it a holiday? A day for relaxing and remembering? Loafing?

Sunday Lesson – Putting G to the test

Proponents won’t agree, but it’s the philosophy of the snake handler, and it comes from the New Testament story of Paul visiting Malta.

TBI Tuesday – Booze, weed, and a cuppa coffee

Genius researcher that I am, I told my wife that I’m going the try the caffeine thing again…

Book Review – What Makes Olga Run?

In What Makes Olga Run? author Bruce Grierson jumps headfirst into the life of Olga to understand what makes her special. What he finds is that Olga wasn’t very extraordinary.

Music, IVF, pregnancy and twins

We tested at a fertility lab and discovered we were both marginally normal, but rested on the lowest bar of that range.

I’m human, that’s why.

But here’s a gentle beef. Gentle because it’s a human thing, and I’m a human, too: we seek out stories that argue for our belief.

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

Crumb – I just don’t like ugly, she said.

Another crumb falls from the table. Hurry and catch it before the dog gets it.

All posts, listed in order of posting…

1970s, 7/6/2022 – Prompt, Rainy days to  me are…

1970s, 7/6/2022 – Prompt, Rainy days to me are…

...a pleasant memory. I grew up fertilized by rain. Not rain so much, as in a downpour that strips the paint off your car, but as water in the sky, and maybe falling from the sky. In Tacoma, there was always fog or mist or drizzle, and it fell everywhere at the same...

What I’m Reading

Upcoming Events

No upcoming events

One-Time
Monthly
Yearly

Make a one-time donation

Make a monthly donation

Make a yearly donation

Choose an amount

$5.00
$15.00
$50.00
$5.00
$15.00
$100.00
$5.00
$15.00
$100.00

Or enter a custom amount

$

Your contribution is appreciated.

Your contribution is appreciated.

Your contribution is appreciated.

DonateDonate monthlyDonate yearly