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Tari Stage-Harvey
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Commands
I don't think I would swear if I weren't a pastor.  Even though, I'd still be a nerd, and it's important for nerds to be able to swear proficiently so I probably would still do it. Part of the reason is that I love saying "shit".  I remember saying it when ...
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Commands
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Karma Chameleon or Buns of Steel (Too difficult to choose)
There are so many things I love about living in Juneau. Who doesn't love Juneau's urinecicles? Like today, where there was a foot of slush and hiking through it saved me the money I would have spent on a  Buns of Steel  video. That's fifteen dollars I saved...
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Snowflakes and Stars
Catching snowflakes on my tongue makes me think of all the things I loved from childhood.  Kind of like how watching reruns of the Dukes of Hazard still makes me blush a little remembering the crush I had on Tom Wopat. Please don't ever tell anyone that.  A...
Snowflakes and Stars
Snowflakes and Stars
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New Year
I wish our New Year's celebration involved shortbread cookies. I'm having a little Diwali envy as I sit here wondering if I have to stay awake until midnight.  Diwali is full of rituals and I like rituals in the same way I like square dancing. There's a par...
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New Year
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Christmas
There are all kinds of arguments in churches about when you decorate for Christmas. I don't care all that much. The only reason I decorate at home is so I can dust once a year (and the people I love enjoy decorations). I'm thinking we need summer solstice d...
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Christmas
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An Argument For Why I Need More Books (and probably more sweaters)
I'm out of books. This makes me very sad. I need books.  I've been digging through some of the kids' stuff and recently read Feed  by M.T. Anderson and The   Crossover  by Kwame Alexander. I would recommend both for their non-traditional writing styles and ...
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My Dog
My dog will not grow old. It sucks. I'd like to ignore this inevitability, but I need to say it for several reasons. First , there is still a part of my brain that believes in the Fates and if I imagine a future with certainty, they will mess with it for sp...
My Dog
My Dog
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Soup - Remembering Linda Wilkins
When I grieve someone's death, I tend to write their funeral sermon. Sometimes it's just in my head, like Berf's, and sometimes I want to offer it to the family hopefully as a balm in a gaping hole.  So I offer this to Linda's family, friends, and all other...
Soup - Remembering Linda Wilkins
Soup - Remembering Linda Wilkins
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Standing
I rarely engage politics in a public setting. It's not that I don't feel strongly about certain issues, but yelling them at someone has not proved to be an effective tool. I'm deeply troubled by the threats of violence and hateful speech that's pouring out ...
Standing
Standing
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Balls
Why do adolescent boys devolve into hitting each other in the balls regardless of the activity? We're taking a break from singing Father Abraham because the "right leg" was swinging too high this last Sunday. We do a group juggle to learn names, but that al...
Balls
Balls
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