“I gotta pee,” Lena said. Jake glared at her, sitting next to him in his truck. “Dammit, Lena. Again?” he said. Lena laid her hands on her ballooning belly and stared out the window. “If you want to get mad, get mad at the baby, hun.” Jake snorted through his nose like a horse, the way he was prone to do these days. It was the same snort he made when she asked... Read More →
What if God were one of us… Just a stranger on the bus Trying to make his way home… - Joan Osborne (Eric Bazilian) Imagine if you were on your way to work and the announcer from the radio said that Jesus Christ was just sighted downtown sitting on a bench waiting for a bus? What would you do? In the world of Internet, Facebook, i-Pads and cameras on phones, what would any of... Read More →
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