What are the great lost loves in my generation? A few pitchers of happy-hour beer, some well-intentioned groping, maybe a submission to Texts From Last Night. Maybe I just don’t run with the lovesick crew, but for the dudes I hang out with, the idea of an immortal romance lasts only as long as the Google cache of the blog they vented about it in.
Archives for May 2010
A woman suffering from the past traumas of being abandoned by men she loved begins to heal as she undergoes her first session with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
There is a movement afoot in Christianity at the moment that embraces all Christian denominations, that favors conversation rather than polemics, that prefers to ask questions rather than provide answers, that seeks grace in “doing church” rather than “being church” … It’s called the emerging church.
Dinner with another writer can sometimes be very complicated.
“When we went to the early boat shows, we were called cockroaches by the big manufacturers,” remembers Robert. “That’s OK; cockroaches survive atomic blasts. Most of those manufacturers are now gone. We’re still thriving.”
…why should I be so eager to seek out unpleasantness? Why do I want to play this game, knowing that it will make me feel bad?
Over the years, I’ve struggled to not run a litany of judgments through my mind about that couple and their kids. Until a month ago, I’d never said a single word to any of them. Then the wife turned to me, as I was working on a blog post, and said “Aren’t you that guy who goes to that Buddhist place?”
Lorne Daniel discovers the tasks involved in simplifying a person’s home, office and electronic data can be quite complicated.
In a humble backyard abode in South Australia, musician Don Morison has created an industry that has become the talk of the music world – Donmo Guitars. His guitars, with names like Rustbucket and Galvo, are as unique as they come, as loud as they come and in big demand.
Most train trips are smooth, but this one went horribly wrong. Watch what happens in this week’s Free Film Friday installment, “Runaway” by Cordell Barker.