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Diaries of a Traveling Therapist

I have gagged on the suffocating stench emanating from chicken farms down the road from one of my client’s schools. Each day is truly a new and unique day.

Porcelain Nightmare

I located the shutoff valve on the piping and gave it a twist.

First Drafts

My real fear is not that someone will think that I write poorly, but that people will think I write without having anything to say.

Aura-n’t You Glad This Didn’t Happen to You?

I decided on aura photography because it is decently priced, comes with tangible evidence, and reminds me of Tapenga from Boy Meets World.

A Penny for your Evangelism

“YOU DESERVE HELL.” The murmurs that skittered through our classroom when that sign marched to the front row drew the attention of the professor.

Looking Back

I was inexplicably tired, unable to focus, and uncertain how I would ever get everything done. I wondered, briefly, why I had chosen such a difficult path.

Blood of a Thief

Blood of a Thief

by | Nov 13, 2013

On the way out of the house, the thief’s bleeding hand had grabbed my Bible from where it lay on the floor. There’s a story inside it, one that I hope they read.

Musings of a SunTran Patriot

Musings of a SunTran Patriot

“Excuse me…” I was waiting in the shade of a mesquite tree, squinting past the short cars on the busy street in hopes of seeing the tall, flat face of the SunTran bus behind them. I turned to see who had spoken; a middle-aged Hispanic man was approaching me from...