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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We could have had a pygmy goat

The phone rings. Mo is panicking. “Can you see if my wallet is  in the living room?” she asks. She is leaving work and realized she doesn’t know where it is. We’ve been through a long stretch that has left … Continue reading

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Blade loved a good story

The words of David Schoenmaker: Good afternoon. For those who don’t know me, I am David, Ann’s brother. We are here this afternoon to honor and remember Blade as well as spread his ashes. We chose to call this a … Continue reading

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