Monthly Archives: October 2014

Che and Jane Austen Walk into a Bar…: Friday Sept. 19, 2014

Timothy Jensen is cute! And I don’t mean the well muscled and square-jawed, Superman kind of cute, but the other more subtle kind. The bespectacled, bookish sort of cute. Like Clark Kent or Harry Potter. I show his Facebook page … Continue reading

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Pen-Paling for Jesus: Sept 10, 2014

“Who’s this guy again?” Morgan asks. The kitchen table shakes as she flips through her World Civ. book, comparing her teachers PowerPoint notes with the text. There’s hardly enough room for my laptop. “Timothy Jansen, the new music directors son. He goes … Continue reading

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Driving Ms. June: Part Two-Sept. 6, 2014

A jazz band plays as we wind between the crowded booths of the Brannon Century Mall’s bi-monthly crafts fair. June, wider than me, makes way through an ocean of artsy types, and by artsy types I mean hipsters. They watch her, awed of the real deal. … Continue reading

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