Monthly Archives: May 2012

Home again

Last night I slept on the shoulder of a giant volcano. Road trips are awesome. Mount Lassen did not awake nor did he awaken me. I was woken up by a very cold Hawaiian who had no shoes or sleeping bag. He beat the sun up. As my eyes attempted to focus on his cold […]

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Not a baker’s dozen

I think I’m going to have no more than ten kids. That’s a scary number. It’s enough to give one away as tithing. You could give three away for taxes, two to pay the grocery bill and the rest can go to house payments.  Unless you have to pay tuition, then skip the taxes. You […]

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Life by the Tides

Here at the marine station I have had to find other ways to structure my life. I don’t have a calling, or classes. My job is highly irregular. FHE doesn’t exist. There’s no institute, or Friday night campfires. There is far more unstructured time then I am use to. However there are a few things […]

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Embryos

Long ago I read this short story as part of a larger story. I never forgot it and as I currently study marine invertebrates it returned with a force. Ironically I am rereading the book currently though I have not yet reached this chapter. The book is the Once and Future King, by T. H. […]

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