entries by topic: kansas

2017/9/23
2017/7/19 My Uncle retired from decades as the pastor of two Lutheran congregations in Kansas this past weekend, so I rented a car in Boulder and drove across a swath of the High Plains to hear him preach a final service and attend a retirement party, followed by loading boxes onto a U-Haul.
2017/1/11
2016/10/17 (nobody wants another meditation on mortality
2016/6/1 in my life it seems like
2016/5/2 there's a picture on the wall of kurt cobain
2016/4/24 Purchased at the Friends of the Loveland Public Library Book Sale, for $5 in total:
2012/1/10 — it's a strange winter in the middle places
2010/10/22 you know i was our economies in trouble
2010/5/29
2009/4/5 it's still the early years of a century
2009/3/15 i wake up at noon or maybe one
2008/9/26 yeah yeah yeah - points a & b
2008/2/9 the cellular telephone is a powerful innovation
2007/9/12 or a close cousin circles in the dead air of the kitchen. I have a squash in the oven. There was supposed to be hamburger casserole and stir-fried frozen vegetables (“California Style, with Broccoli, Corn, Black Beans, & Peppers”), but Elizabeth brought home slices of pizza instead, saying that she couldn’t do hamburger again. Now I don’t know what will become of the squash.
2007/4/18 It’s been rainy here in Boulder County, and the landscape is as green as it seems likely to get this year. I should have learned by now, though, not to make predictions based on so little experience of a place. After 26 years Nebraska and Kansas still surprise me. 78-year-old men sit in gas stations over bad coffee talking about the weather and shaking their heads. Certainly this is a piece of deep routine, but partially it is because the weather still surprises them too.
2006/1/15
2005/6/26 notes in the direction of a larger work
2004/11/21 resistance & futility - glass beads?
2004/9/20 winfield, pt. 1
2004/5/26 John M. Ford is a
2004/4/4 dominica in palmis
2003/9/25 lately i have been saying
2002/12/31 the last day of the year is fading fast
2000/10/18 Done with classes for the week. Gotta love fall break.