Advertisement

J Walking

J Walking

September 2007 Archives

Fasting

posted by David Kuo

A year ago I wrote about the need for Christians to take a fast from politics. Tonight I write about my need to take a fast from watching sports. I honestly don’t do it very often – with young kids […]

Advertisement

Hate

posted by David Kuo

Hate: v., hat·ed, hat·ing, hates. v.tr. 1. a) To feel hostility or animosity toward. b) To detest. I hate the New York Mets. I do. I feel hostility towards them. I feel animosity towards them. I detest them. I hate […]

Advertisement

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Here is one from Larry. It is Peter Gabriel’s Solsbury Hill. He writes that it is a thin place for him because “there is a hill in my hometown where a life-changing event took place for me, and I immediately […]

Advertisement

The faith-based voter

posted by David Kuo

Thank you Holly for finding this one. It sort of speaks for itself.

Baltimore Book Festival

posted by David Kuo

I’ll be at the Baltimore Book Festival tomorrow, Saturday, on a panel talking about… yes!… faith and politics. It should be a good discussion. I’ll be joining former Md. Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, PBS’ Ray Suarez, and others at […]

John McCain over the edge

posted by David Kuo

It appears that Sen. McCain has gone over the religious edge. In a new, exclusive inteview with Beliefnet, McCain reveals to my new colleague Dan Gilgoff – welcome Dan! – a remarkably sectarian view of America. When John McCain ran […]

For a Friday smile

posted by David Kuo

Here is the link for the San Diego Zoo Panda Cam – it isn’t the peace that surpasses all understanding I find when I watch the pandas but there is definitely peace… enjoy.

Where is the church headed?

posted by David Kuo

Relevant Magazine has an interesting feature about the future of the church. It features Rick Warren, Rob Bell, and other Christian leaders. Here is their take on politics: How should Christians be involved in the political system? Rob Bell: At […]

Random Friday question

posted by David Kuo

Are there parallel universes? And if so does it prove or disprove God’s existence? Look here first.

My new favorite blog

posted by David Kuo

My new favorite blog is written by a 29-year-old woman, who loves U2, is a Lost-fanatic, loves Napolean Dynamite and Jesus (not in that order), is a pediatrician, and decided to give up the lure of American luxury to practice […]

Pope euthanized?

posted by David Kuo

There is a provocative new article in an Italian magazine speculating that Pope John Paul II was actually euthanized – at least according to the definition of euthanasia used by the Catholic church: In a provocative article, an Italian medical […]

Religious books back in prisons

posted by David Kuo

After saying it was sticking by the policy to only allow “approved” religious books in prisons, it seems the government has changed its mind: After the details of the removal became widely known this month, Republican lawmakers, liberal Christians and […]

“Mitchell wins”

posted by David Kuo

That is what his parents wrote after Mitchell died this morning at 3am. 9/27/2007 Mitchell Wins……… Friends, Mitchell went to be with the Lord at 3am this morning. It was very peaceful and we both got to watch him pass […]

More on Mitch at the end…

posted by David Kuo

I read this post about Mitch late yesterday afternoon, closed my laptop and headed home to be with my family and revel in the fact that we are together. This is the other side of heartbreaking: 9/26/2007 Day 23………Peace and […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

This from Marcia: I experience “Thin Places” in the people we meet in Haiti. A Haitian proverb “Lespwa fe viv” translates to “Hope makes us live”. Seeing this kind of hope in poverty has allowed me to realize my own […]

What the $$ means for R’s…

posted by David Kuo

Inside all the numbers analysis surrounding the latest round of presidential campaign money raising is this amazing statistic: According to an August analysis by the Campaign Finance Institute done in partnership with Politico… among Republican givers, 89 percent of donors […]

U2 goose-bumps

posted by David Kuo

I found this tonight. Spectacular.

Why Christian whining?

posted by David Kuo

Is there Biblical justification for Christians protesting “anti-Christian” behavior? I ask because of the reaction by some about the poster affiliated with the Folslom Street Fair. “Folsom” as it is known, is described by organizers as “the world’s largest leather […]

Two beautiful letters

posted by David Kuo

I repost something beautiful from the comments section attached to my last post about Mitch. Please read to the end: My heart is melting. It is pooling in the same place in my body that it did less than a […]

Terrence Howard on the Bible

posted by David Kuo

Check out this interview with noted actor Terrence Howard in New York Magazine – not exactly a hotbed of conservative activism: Do you align yourself with any party? No, I firmly believe in what the Bible set out: that God’s […]

100,000 pieces of the Pope’s robe

posted by David Kuo

A cassock worn by Pope John Paul II is being cut up into 100,000 pieces and given away to people (some of whom make a donation) who use them to augment their prayers: The relics on offer are known as […]

Jesus, Mahmoud, con’t

posted by David Kuo

Different thoughts on what Jesus might say to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: From Saadaya: Jesus didn’t go for rhetoric, like the Iranian President’s, he was straightforward and direct. He was the very embodiment of Truth. I can see some of Jesus in […]

Awaiting Mitchell’s beginning

posted by David Kuo

For Mitch and for his family and for all who pray for him it is now time to wait for his rebirth: 9/25/2007 Day 22 As parents we begin making decisions for our children long before they are even born,what […]

The 23rd Psalm

posted by David Kuo

I’ve said the 23rd Psalm countless times but last night, for the first time, a new thought and a new image – a smiling shepherd. Every time I have said that Psalm and reflected on the Psalm I’ve thought of […]

Jesus introduces Ahmadinejad

posted by David Kuo

You may have seen Columbia’s president, Lee Bollinger, introduce Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday. It wasn’t exactly a love-in. That introduction plus all of the protests got me to thinking about how Jesus might have introduced Ahmadinejad. Would he have listed all […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Eight years ago tonight I married Kimberly Ann McCreery. As with all weddings I was left with snapshots in my head that I tried to take throughout the busy day. They were the kind of snapshots the hired photographer never […]

A Jewish lesbian’s crush on Ahmadinejad

posted by David Kuo

You really can find absolutely anything on the Web. Anything. For instance, an entry entitled “Why I Have a Little Crush on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad” . The writer, Sally Kohn, begins: I know I’m a Jewish lesbian and he’d probably have […]

Bush says Hillary will win…and?

posted by David Kuo

Perhaps it is all the Welch’s grape soda but I am not sure why it is a big deal that President Bush has reportedly said Sen. Clinton will win the Democratic nomination. It is all over the news and blogosphere. […]

Gore, Nobel Peace Prize?

posted by David Kuo

Christopher Hitchens predicts that Al Gore will win the Nobel Peace Prize this year: On Oct. 12, we shall hear again from Oslo, and I will be very surprised indeed if the peace prize is not awarded to Albert Gore […]

Mitch

posted by David Kuo

More on Mitch. He is still battling: 9/24/2007 Day 21…….. We are still making every effort to keep Mitchell comfortable. Last night was very trying……….Mitchell was very unsettled. That strong will of his makes him so hard to sedate……..he went […]

Appreciating pregnancy

posted by David Kuo

I think I am a pregnant woman. No, I think I appreciate what it is like to be a pregnant woman. Sort of. So I finished another round of chemo last week. For two and a couple days afterwards I […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

A reader writes: “From this balcony I heard from God for the first time in a very, very long time. I remember thinking, ‘This is a holy place.’ I guess it was a ‘thin place.’” Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico Please […]

Iranians loving Christian TV

posted by David Kuo

Interesting story – a Christian satellite channel is apparently one of the more popular channels in Iran. This stood out: …SAT-7 [has] deliberately chosen not to tackle political issues and focuses instead on the message of hope and peace. “I […]

High cows (not Hai-kus) – win iTunes gift certificate

posted by David Kuo

Thank you Andrew Sullivan for finding this. Can someone come up with a good haiku for high cows? Winner will get a $15 iTunes gift certificate.

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Today’s thin place is one that can only be reached by words. Thank you Thinker: Watching your child suffer is the worst – it comes no more painful than that. But those days in the hospital were often times of […]

Mitch – near the end

posted by David Kuo

9/22/2007 Day 19………and so it goes….. All, Mitch’s chance for a meaningful recovery are beyond bleak. Mitch’s breathing difficulties continue to worsen and the infection is getting worse. We can not start chemo with Mitch in this condition because I […]

Jena

posted by David Kuo

If you are like me and don’t understand what happened in Jena, here is a helpful timeline.

My Mormon visitors

posted by David Kuo

This morning as I got ready for a short family walk I grabbed a t-shirt off the top of my t-shirt stack in the closet. I put it on without looking at it. On the way out the door two […]

God on trial

posted by David Kuo

It is hard to look at all the Mitchell is going through and not question and challenge and even, shamefully, accuse God. My friend Greg Boyd examines just this sort of thing in his blog today. Regarding that lawsuit against […]

Thompson/Dobson

posted by David Kuo

Well, it wasn’t the most powerful response – more like, “Uh, huh, yuh” but Fred Thompson pretty much blew off James Dobson’s critiques. Maybe what it shows more than anything else is Dobson’s declining influence and current Republican disregard for […]

From Donny…

posted by David Kuo

From Donny, about Mitchell: If faith were just a wish upon nothing, I would not be crying right now. I would not pray for Mitchell. I would see Mitch through my tears and move on as if nothing were before […]

Why we are parents

posted by David Kuo

In response to my post on the $1000 football helmet, Charity writes: …the primary purpose of our job as parents is NOT to protect our children. The primary purpose (I believe) is to raise them into adulthood to be functioning […]

A little satire

posted by David Kuo

From the people at Slate… very funny.

Mitchell at night

posted by David Kuo

I can’t get this little boy out of my thoughts…and prayers. Last evening’s wrenching update: 9/20/2007 Thursday night in the ICU Family, Friends, & Fans……. The day that was Mitchell’s breathing has improved exponentially. He is as comfortable as a […]

More Mitch

posted by David Kuo

Go here for the latest on Mitch. Things don’t look good right now – please pray

Meet Burns Strider, Sen. Clinton’s Faith Adviser

posted by David Kuo

I did not expect Burns Strider when I met Burns Strider. I knew he was Senior Adviser and Director of Faith Based Outreach to Sen. Clinton and her campaign for President. I knew he had worked on faith and values […]

The Dobson speaks

posted by David Kuo

James Dobson has spoken – written, actually – about Fred Thompson. Note – he doesn’t like him: “Isn’t Thompson the candidate who is opposed to a Constitutional amendment to protect marriage, believes there should be 50 different definitions of marriage […]

Christians for deportation

posted by David Kuo

A friend sent this to me. It kind of speaks for itself I went back home last week and had dinner with some old friends. It was fun chitter chatter about all the expected things. Now that we are a […]

Thin places

posted by David Kuo

Sometimes, perhaps most of the time, our thin places will be found in the simplest of places. I know that my most intense moments of meditation and prayer with God have come in prayer in my home office or in […]

The OJ-free zone

posted by David Kuo

There will be no OJ posts in this blog. None (apart from this one). I can’t stand to think about it – about any of it. I remember back in the “summer of OJ” I had a colleague who watched […]

Collins v. Dawkins, God and evolution

posted by David Kuo

In response to some of the discussion about my last post re: genes and morality, I’m posting an interesting section of the debate between Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins Time printed last year. The full article can be found here. […]

Morality in our genes?

posted by David Kuo

The NYT has a thought-provoking article on whether morality – “do unto others” for instance – is written in our genes. Sexy premise – evolution offers the answers to morality: Where do moral rules come from? From reason, some philosophers […]

Faith of our Fathers

posted by David Kuo

A thought from the old hymn, “Faith of Our Fathers” about what it means to love Jesus and love others: Faith of our fathers, we will love Both friend and foe in all our strife; And preach thee, too, as […]

More Mitch

posted by David Kuo

Sometimes it is harder to pray for a person without seeing their face. Here is a picture of Mitch and his family… let’s keep praying that God keeps them whole. Go Mitch go.

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

This morning a thin place of a different sort from Deacon Greg Kandra:Thanks Greg and thanks for your terrific blog too. Check out Greg’s blog, The Deacon’s Bench. Please continue to send your thin places to me at dkuoblog@mac.com.

My last Slate post

posted by David Kuo

I’ve posted my last email to Hanna Rosin over at Slate. It has been a wonderful exchange and I look forward to her final response later today. Here is part of what I had to say. To read it all, […]

Gorbachev and Louis Vuitton – did I miss the apocalypse?

posted by David Kuo

Is it possible that I missed the apocalypse? Seriously? Did it come and go? Was it nice? I ask because of this: Gorbachev is the new face of Louis Vuitton, luxury bag/clothes/etc. maker. My friend Rod Dreher calls it the […]

More on Mitch

posted by David Kuo

Here is a bit more on Mitch, the boy battling leukemia: Dear Friends, As I write this, Mitchell is recovering beside me in his bed……..resting in relative comfort (which means minimal discomfort). All of the procedures we performed successfully today […]

The $1,000 football helmet

posted by David Kuo

Found in Time: Coming soon to a worried parent near you: a sales pitch for a $1,000 football helmet that can monitor the precise location and severity of impacts to little Johnny’s head. Leading helmetmaker Riddell plans to begin flooding […]

Anne Rice on Jesus, vampires, writing

posted by David Kuo

On her website, novelist Anne Rice offers a lengthy and fascinating and important defense of her “earlier” (pre-Christian conversion) works within the context of her Christian faith. She writes in part: Let me begin by saying that I see my […]

Bush losing more conservatives

posted by David Kuo

What is the old saying? Hell hath no fury…? Well, conservatives are increasingly feeling like that scorned lover. The latest is over Bush’s nominee for Attorney General. Powerline blog covers it best: I wasn’t going to write anything more about […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Thanks to Linda for this thinnest of places: Makaha Beach, Hawaii Please continue to send your thin places to me at dkuoblog@mac.com

The theology of heaven

posted by David Kuo

Re: heaven, John E. makes some great points: The theology of heaven needs some work. As it stands in the layman’s mind, it currently appeals mostly to the very young or simpleminded: Yes, there will be ice cream, and puppies, […]

Slate-ing it

posted by David Kuo

I’m having a public email discussion with Hanna Rosin, author of God’s Harvard over on Slate. It will be running the next several days, check it out.

Democrats = Republicans = Icarus?

posted by David Kuo

Apparently some Democrats aren’t only excited about their political prospects in 2008, they are really excited about their prospects in 2010. Sizable gains next year over the party’s current 51-49 edge would put it within striking distance of a filibuster-proof […]

The man who SING(s), pt. 2

posted by David Kuo

Here is my interview with John Scanlon, the man behind SING. You were a lawyer and a banker and you read a Washington Post article  and a month later you were in Uganda. Huh?   I know, it sounds nuts!  […]

Please pray for a boy named Mitch

posted by David Kuo

There is a little boy in a cancer ward in Oklahoma who is in dire need of a miracle. There is a family caring for the little boy who needs that same miracle. His name is Mitch and he has […]

The man who SING(s)

posted by David Kuo

John Scanlon was an attorney and a banker and lived a happy life in DC’s Georgetown community. Then one day he opened his Washington Post and read an article about AIDS in Uganda. It was the sort of article we […]

The GOP muddle

posted by David Kuo

The latest AP poll puts into sharp relief what everyone already knows – the GOP is a grandly opposed party: White men, conservatives, evangelicals and other pivotal blocs are divided among the Republican Party’s leading contenders for president, leaving the […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Continuing with the wonderful thin places posts, thanks to Denise for this: Pioneer Cemetary, Ft. Davis, TX Denise writes: I was struck by the beauty and serenity of these final resting places. I couldn’t choose among the photos taken that […]

OJ

posted by David Kuo

Is it fate? Guilt? Repressed guilt? A subconscious desire to be punished? Monumentally bad luck? Someone please find us a psychologist or psychiatrist so we can have a chat about OJ because this whole arrest thing on the heels of […]

Converted by Clinton

posted by David Kuo

Bill Clinton’s new book, Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World is out to much fanfare. I haven’t read it yet and frankly wasn’t planning on reading it. But then a friend send me a note saying, “So […]

Best tribute to Luciano

posted by David Kuo

A little belatedly I’ve stumbled across the best eulogy to the late Luciano Pavoratti. It is, perhaps not surprisingly, from another dramatist named Bono. If the purpose of a eulogy is to capture a person, to celebrate a life, to […]

Random Friday question

posted by David Kuo

Is there sex in heaven? Stay with me here. Jesus makes it clear that there is no marriage but he says nothing about sex itself. We are told that we are getting resurrection bodies that have the ability to eat […]

Thin Places, con’t

posted by David Kuo

This is, in a way, a very different kind of “thin place.” In another it is the thinnest of places. Thanks to Greg.

Two portraits of grief and forgiveness

posted by David Kuo

I opened the Washington Post yesterday morning to find a big story on Fred Goldman, father of Ron Goldman, the man murdered alongside Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994. He got the rights from OJ Simpson’s never-published book, If I Did […]

Stripped

posted by David Kuo

Yesterday I had a chance to interview Jud Wilhite, senior pastor at Las Vegas’ Central Christian Church. He is the author of a new book called Stripped: Uncensored Grace on the Streets of Vegas. The interview will be appearing later […]

Good for the NFL*

posted by David Kuo

The NFL has done the right thing regarding the NE Patriots cheating last weekend. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called the cheating what it was: “This episode represents a calculated and deliberate attempt to avoid longstanding rules designed to encourage fair […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Thanks to Norm for this: Norm writes: Texas has many such Thin Places. I’ve felt it in the majestic vistas and friendly people of Palo Duro Canyon near the panhandle town of Canyon, TX. I’ve felt it gazing at the […]

Pain, con’t

posted by David Kuo

More thoughts on that article on the lack of pain relief for the poor from Thinker: When I was a nurse, there seemed to be an unofficial kind of medicine for poor people – who might become addicted and for […]

Our consumption in art

posted by David Kuo

Chris Jordan is a Seattle-based photographer who is using art to give us a glimpse at our consumption. He writes: This new series looks at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics. Each image portrays a specific quantity […]

The New England Patriot cheaters

posted by David Kuo

Let me begin with a disclaimer. I do not like the NE Patriots. Part of it is subjective – they’ve beaten a team I do like very much, the Steelers, with regularity. But part of it is objective – they […]

Thin Places, back again

posted by David Kuo

After my email disaster, thin places returns and it returns with such beauty…New Smyrna Beach, Florida Thanks to Amy who writes, “Something about the power, the consistency, the enormity of the ocean: it’s such a tangible representation of a majestic […]

On 9/11

posted by David Kuo

Today I will meet two friends for lunch. The last time we were together on a 9/11 it was in the West Wing of the White House and it was 2001. That day began like others at the time. I […]

Prison book purging

posted by David Kuo

This one is beyond puzzling. The Bureau of Prisons has assembled a list of “acceptable” religions books. That means that in prisons across America libraries are being stripped of religious texts not on the approved list. You couldn’t have sold […]

Dying without relief

posted by David Kuo

Horrifying story: The World Health Organization estimates that 4.8 million people a year with moderate to severe cancer pain receive no appropriate treatment. Nor do another 1.4 million with late-stage AIDS. For other causes of lingering pain — burns, car […]

Ms. Britney

posted by David Kuo

Some months ago, when Ms. Spears was crashing, I wrote a bit about her as a prodigal daughter – about the prayer that she was, perhaps, turning away from the destructive and to the beautiful. Last night she “returned” to […]

Hypocrisy, con’t

posted by David Kuo

Great points in comments and via email (before my email went poof) about my hypocrisy exhaustion. I’m going to focus on two for now: Zirk wonders: …don’t you think we should make a distinction between someone who is honestly striving […]

Useless knowledge

posted by David Kuo

Was talking to my newly-minted junior high school daughter last night about life and school and changes and such. Out of nowhere came this: “I love middle school. I haven’t been asked to walk single file once. What a wasted […]

My slight email problem

posted by David Kuo

Remember all of those great pictures that you’ve sent me for “thin places”? And all those emails you’ve sent voicing opinions on this and that? Well, they are, as my two-year-old likes to say, “Alllll GONE!” I’m not quite sure […]

A good Sunday Saturday

posted by David Kuo

Something good: More than 1,000 children will be spending a fun-filled, God-centered day with their imprisoned fathers in one of the nation’s most notorious jails on Saturday. The grounds of Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola has been transformed into a […]

Tired of hypocrisy “exposes”

posted by David Kuo

When did hypocrisy become the greatest of all vices? I obviously overstate but to look at the news is to see joyous revelry at revelations of hypocrisy – Larry Craig, Al Gore’s flying around in private jets, John Edwards driving […]

Christian “attack dogs”

posted by David Kuo

Author and former Time journalist David Aikman writes in Christianity Today about the increasingly “attack dog” mentality of some Christians: What disturbs me… is the extent to which some Christians have turned themselves into the self-appointed attack dogs of Christendom. […]

Random Friday question

posted by David Kuo

Did Adam have a belly button? He wasn’t “born”…so? [Note – send me your random questions at dkuoblog@mac.com and i’ll post the best of the best random questions on Friday afternoons]

Bush’s gaffes

posted by David Kuo

Who cares? Wires and blogs and commentators are atwitter at what the AP called President Bush’s, “terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day at the Sydney Opera House. The problem? Verbal gaffes – saying OPEC instead of APEC and Austria […]

Bush’s lack of humility

posted by David Kuo

Christians and war make odd bed fellows. Theologians of every Christian stripe basically agree on a few things and one of them is that war is something to be undertaken as a last resort and is to be undertaken with […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

When I asked people to send the pictures or videos or poems or movies that represented the “thin places” in their lives, I didn’t know what to expect. I hoped that you would send things but wasn’t sure. After all, […]

Apple humility

posted by David Kuo

So yesterday Steve Jobs announces the “iPod Touch” – basically everything an iPhone does just minus the phone part. It takes great pictures, has great music, a gorgeous screen, browses for WiFi, etc. It costs either $299 for an 8GB […]

D. James Kennedy – “more alive” than ever

posted by David Kuo

I was struck by this statement from D. James Kennedy on how he wanted others to view his death: “… I don’t want them to cry. I want them to begin the service with the Doxology and end with the […]

Christians for Huckabee, not for Fred

posted by David Kuo

I just got this note in my inbox from Stephen Strang, head of Strang Communications, one of the largest Christian magazine companies. Dear friend, Since I am a networker in the Christian community, I am contacting you on behalf of […]

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Westgard Pass overlooking Deep Springs Valley, Eastern California, thanks to Doug who writes that he has spoken his “most articulate prayers” and had his “most vivid dreams” near here. (featuring Walela the dog)

Thin Places

posted by David Kuo

Celtic Christians had a term for those places or for those moments where the veil between heaven and earth was lifted or was thinner. They called those spots, those moments, “thin places.” They worshipped there, they celebrated them. I’d like […]

JWalking

posted by David Kuo

Welcome back to JWalking. As this week passes you’ll notice some new features on the blog. One will be the appearance of a continuing feature called “Thin Places.” That will be a daily picture, movie clip, song lyric (or song […]

Happy Labor Day

posted by David Kuo

Happy Labor Day. I’m going to be off this weekend but will be back on Tuesday. And when I return it will be with many more posts every day and several other things including short interviews with interesting people. So […]

Previous Posts

More blogs to enjoy!!!
Thank you for visiting J Walking . This blog is no longer being updated. Please enjoy the archives. Here is another blog you may also enjoy: Inspiration Report Happy Reading!!!

posted 9:36:25am Jul. 06, 2012 | read full post »

Dancing... or drinking through life
I am not even sure that I know how to do a link anymore. I'm giving it a shot though so, three readers, please forgive me if I mess this up. So Rod Dreher's sister is battling cancer. It is nasty. Their faith is extraordinary. Here's his latest post (I think) There are 8 comments on it. As I scrolle

posted 3:05:22pm Mar. 02, 2010 | read full post »

Back...
I'm back here at JWalking after a bit of time because I just want someplace to record thoughts from time to time. I doubt that many of the thoughts will be political - there are plenty upon plenty of people offering their opinions on everything political and I doubt that I have much to add that will

posted 10:44:56pm Mar. 01, 2010 | read full post »

Learning to tell a story
For the last ten months or so I've been engaged in a completely different world - the world of screenwriting. It began as a writing project - probably the 21st Century version of a yen to write the great American novel - a shot at a screenplay. I knew that I knew nothing about the art but was inspir

posted 8:01:41pm Feb. 28, 2010 | read full post »

And just one more
I have, I think, just one more round of chemo left. When I go through my pill popping regimen tomorrow morning it will be the last time for this particular round of drugs. Twenty-three rounds, it seems, is enough. What comes next? We'll go back to what we did after the surgery. We'll watch and measu

posted 11:38:45pm Nov. 18, 2008 | read full post »

Advertisement


Report as Inappropriate

You are reporting this content because it violates the Terms of Service.

All reported content is logged for investigation.