Monthly Archives: May 2019

brothers, part 13

I had just moved to corpus for a new job. It was too hard. I was cracking up and desperate. I didn’t know what to do. Rick showed up out of nowhere. He set up his air mattress bed in … Continue reading

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once upon an elevator

We’re riding the elevator down to the little art museum. I have whacked out my knee (a technical medical term) on the morning run, and taking the stairs down is out of the question. We have been here many times, … Continue reading

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fresh foam indeed

winner of the carbon X vs. beacon vs. black butte porter comparison test: black butte porter. not even close. comparison tests likely should not be done late at night.

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saints and saguaros

We have come in search of The Dogs of San Xavier. He has come in search of a miracle. The ancient mission is a pilgrimage site, so it’s only fitting that we have made the trek to seek the old … Continue reading

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just another morning conversation, part 75

Mo: Why are there some words you can’t remember? Me: What words can you not remember? Mo: I can’t remember. I probably should have seen that one coming.

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