Note: this post is certified “lite.” If you’re interested in my general thoughts on Halloween you can read last week’s post – “What’s okay about Halloween, and what’s not”. Essentially, I believe the observance works best when it’s about fun for… Read More ›
There is enough real pain, and abuse, and murder, and horror in this world. I simply don’t “get” how the gruesome details could ever be something to enjoy.
This is what living in community is supposed to be. The simple celebration of life together. Enjoying what we have in common.
Welcome to November in North Carolina; it’s forty-something degrees, cloudy, and wet. To be honest, I kind of like it! So yesterday, Halloween afternoon, I run into this guy canvassing for next week’s elections. “Can I ask you a question… Read More ›
Today is Halloween. It’s an interesting observation on the calendar – fun, quirky, complicated, mostly misunderstood, and often downright bizarre! I’m not going to try to spell out the history of the holiday, or tell anyone how they should celebrate; I’m… Read More ›
ell, it’s been a very good 24 hours for photographs. Lots of interesting story-lines running simultaneously, and then the busiest Halloween evening my neighborhood has seen in probably a decade. One reason for the extra images is the fact that… Read More ›