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Month: March 2018

Digging

Digging

In my high school days, I remember reading a lot. Reading in class, reading for homework, and, worst of all, reading over summer break. So many books and stories. Some, I enjoyed. Others were a pain. In the years since graduating, a good portion of what I read has faded from memory. However, there’s one story from my sophomore year that has always stuck out to me – a short story entitled “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. While I don’t…

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Tuning In

Tuning In

In my high school days, the morning rides to school didn’t feel complete without the local Christian station, 104.7 The Fish. Jokes were cringy and ads were constant, but tradition had to be upheld. One of the less appealing aspects of the station was the music selection. It wasn’t bad, but they play roughly five different songs over and over. It’s been years since I’ve tuned in regularly, but, lately, one of those five songs has been really sitting with…

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