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If you write for everybody you write for no one, so this will be for you.

How to make your mom cry... for two weeks Aug 20, 2020

In New Mexico, when you graduate from high school (with a decent-ish GPA), the state affords students what is called a “lottery scholarship.” In short, it’s as close as you can get to a free ride through college... assuming you begin the following semester.

 

I was always a...

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Don't Skinny Dip With Demons Aug 17, 2020

I went camping with Brandi over the weekend, and tbh it's been a slow Monday, trying to jumpstart myself back into gear.

That doesn't have anything to do with the actual reason why I'm writing, but I'm going to tell you about it really quick anyway...

I started reading a book called Tattoos on the...

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World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 it's all worth living for Aug 11, 2020

it tastes like
a morning liturgy, and
my great-grandfather’s
high fives.

don’t forget that
there are voices
on the outside
of your head,
too.

-

I am thrilled to be working with @twloha again this year for their annual World Suicide Prevention Day Campaign.

This year’s theme is...

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My Jesus Is Contaminated Jun 04, 2020

“I can say ‘you’ because you’re part of the whole system. You profit from it. In fact, you make your living from it... your Jesus is contaminated, just like everything else you’ve tried to force upon us is contaminated.”

A Time For Burning

 


 

On June 17, 2015, Dylan Roof shot and killed...

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Mammoth, California (a Christmas Poem) Jan 07, 2020

Once, in Mammoth, California, I stepped off of the porch of the house my seventeen-thousand family members were cramming themselves into, straight into a six foot deep pile of snow that I thought was solid ground. Like the human version of those cat gifs where little Gilbert leaps and disappears...

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