Tag Archives: Wet Mountain Tribune

Applying the Brakes

Or… Slowing Down With Orthodoxy Today I wrote two condolence notes – a wake-up call of sorts. My time is limited, and I am not making best use of my time. I need to strike a better balance as I … Continue reading

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Truthfulness in Politicking

Autumn is running late this year. The days continue Indian-Summer-mild with Waterford crystal mornings and brilliant sunny afternoons. But I’ve lived here long enough to be cautious. Last year on September 30th, I took the featured image at the top of this … Continue reading

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Trigger Happy

Fourth of July has come and gone, and Westcliffe’s Fourth of July parade sponsored by the Wild West Cowboy Church came off without a hitch. A hitch? Well, there were guns this year, but no guns saw action. Just guessing… maybe … Continue reading

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Welcome Home to Westcliffe

Returning to Colorado after a two-month absence, I felt apprehensive. People were going to ask awkward questions. They would take a hard look at me.  Had I lost weight? Was I looking haggard? Was I going to leave the secular life … Continue reading

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Anger Management

I had a dream. And in the dream, Tea Party members stood either side of me and holding hands we sang “Kumbaya.” You don’t believe me? It was only a dream; it didn’t actually happen. Nor is it likely. What … Continue reading

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