June

Month Archive
the Habit of Freedom

the Habit of Freedom

A few months ago (just before the damage to the floors at Augusta Road), I was living in fear.  Every interaction I had became tainted by this fear.  No, not the fear of death; but fear that the life I had chosen wasn’t sustainable.  At the time, business was slowing down and I was afraid. […]

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Judgement Day at the Credit Union

Judgement Day at the Credit Union

I go to the credit union twice a week during their “slow time“ so I don’t have to wait in line to make my deposits. Inevitably I’m waiting in line listening to the person in front of me tell the banker person their whole life story and then requesting an entire month itemized transaction sheet […]

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