Advice for Voters…the basics

October 28, 2014

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In many places in the U.S. early voting is open. You might be saying to yourself, “Well, heck…what’s the point of voting?” and to that I say, “The point is that you’re a citizen and you ought to get involved here, Bucko.” and then maybe you might say, “Hey, all those politicians are the same!” […]

Weekly thoughts: unrelated

October 7, 2014

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It’s been an interesting couple of weeks over here at Carlson Central. We’ve had illness and a return to health on a few fronts. We’ve had battles of wills and pestilence and dust bunnies. I think I was the clear winner on the first two and the sore loser on the third. I just cannot […]

Ruminating: All the day

September 26, 2014

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I go through seasons of feeling as though nothing I write is showing up much of anyplace at all. They feel like desert patches, the sun bearing down and sand kicking up in my face when the wind blows. I think about the way the heat seems to bend the air, making it heavy and […]

Share the love…

September 25, 2014

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It’s a full on social media blitz over here at Angela’s Book Release Headquarters. I promise I will do my level best to keep it to a dull roar on weekends and after 10pm on school nights but for the balance of the time I’m afraid it’s going to be a bit crazy for a […]

A bit of ink, a bit of space…

September 16, 2014

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Many thanks to OFA (Orthodox Filmmakers and Artists) for offering up some space for me to talk about “Nearly Orthodox” today! Hope you’ll take a moment to check it out :)

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Memoria…

September 11, 2014

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Originally posted on Nearly Orthodox:
A year ago, give or take a few days, I was welcomed into the Orthodox faith. On that day I took the name of Saint Theodora of Vasta, whose story echoed in me the moment I read it. Theodora came to the aid of her village while it was under…

Posted in: Ordinary Time

Remembering

September 9, 2014

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Originally posted on Nearly Orthodox:
This week I celebrate two years as a full on Orthodox Christian. I also celebrate the feast of my namesake, Theodora of Vasta on September 11th.  I had intended to spend some time in a rambling tumble of words about remembering and about being named and then I got word…

Posted in: Ordinary Time
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