Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2011’

  • Sunrise and Snow

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  • Visual Flight Rules

    When I was 18, I made a misguided attempt to get my private pilot’s license. Misguided primarily because of my complete and utter lack of navigation skills. I took about a dozen flying lessons, during which I soon learned that my internal compass isn’t necessarily …

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  • Martin Olav Sabo Bridge

    From my car, at a stoplight.

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  • Minneapolis

    Baby, it’s cold outside.

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  • Telling the Story

    The need to tell is also a need to be heard. Victoria Alexander Alexander goes on to say that, “Telling the story and being heard are important ways in which the survivors can gradually claim the experience as part of their own history and move …

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  • New Year

    Welcome to 2011, huh? I may be 10 days late to the party in writing about the new year today, but I just like to think I’m fashionably late. I’m not much of a fan of the hoopla of New Year’s Eve and resolutions and …

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