To my wise, strong, beautiful Angelique: It seems, these days, that you and I can’t speak to each other for longer than a minute before one of us says something to upset the other. Everything between us is out of … Continue reading
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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: A man jumps off the top of a twenty story building. As he passes the tenth floor, a colleague pokes his head out the window and asks him how he’s doing.
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To all the wonderful people who are showering my wife with love: Don’t you hate it when Christians hurl Bible verses at you? I know I sure do! It seems to me that it would only be fair if they … Continue reading