As milestones go, one’s 20th High School Reunion hardly seems significant compared to the funerals, weddings, graduation, etc. affected by this virus. And yet, milestone it was. Reunions often seem to prompt some kind of mild (or full-on crisis-level) identity crisis. Is this who I wanted to become? No offense to my 18 year-old self,Continue reading “Slow Fade of Friendship”
Just in time for Lent, this curry is vegan and gluten-free. Sweet potatoes are one of those all-time magical foods. My little ones universally love them. Even though they won’t try this curry per se, they will happily eat the cooked sweet potatoes with a side of rice. Sweet potatoes are nutritionally dense, filled withContinue reading “Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry”
For the last few years, there has been a distinct trend in my online social networks. As Ash Wednesday approaches, it becomes clear that there are a few people preparing to give social media up for Lent. Last year, I puzzled that I may be one of the few remaining Catholics on social media whoContinue reading “Why I Am Finally Giving Up Social Media for Lent”
You can safely assume that you’ve made God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people that you do.Anne Lamott
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