Category Archives: a Writer

Organizing ideas, sharing them, and maybe providing some entertainment

My Week that Was, and Wonderfully Weird Worlds

Monday afternoon was sunny and warm. For central Minnesota in January. The high was around 32° Fahrenheit, 0° Celsius. Our sidewalk and driveway were free(ish) of snow, with a bit over a half-foot covering the yard. The weather station at … Continue reading

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Reading, Writing, Preferences, Priorities, and Acts 1:8

I enjoy reading. Some folks don’t. I have no idea what fraction of readers boast of their bookish practices. Or how many non-readers argue that reading is a waste of time. Apart, perhaps, from their occasional dip into a how-2 … Continue reading

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Off Schedule, and Loving It

I re-organized some of A Catholic Citizen in America’s pages today, and — I hope — made the navigation menus more useful. In the process, I removed some text that’d been cluttering one page. On the off-chance that you’re interested, … Continue reading

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Hubris, Stories, and That Which Might Exist

My view of legacies and smudged footnotes, Homer and hubris, Continue reading

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