For Richer, For Poorer

Well, I’ve actually been quite a bit of both. And surprisingly there’s real benefit of each. One of these pictures is from my actual checkbook register, circa 1990 (you know, back when you had to be able to do math to reconcile). And in my case, it was definitely during one of the Poorer times. … Read more

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Believing in that Ultimate Promise

Alleluia. Man, I love that message. While it’s always been impactful, it seems even moreso this year for me. All the discussion of the resurrected body. That promise. It’s so awesome. Because when you watch your body deteriorate, progressively, day after day, your appreciation of the concept of a resurrected body – one that is … Read more

Nothing to Add but a Blank Stare and Drooling

One of my very first pictures. With that blank stare and the drooling, it could also have been a very recent picture. 🙂 After my news earlier this week, I don’t have anything witty or thought provoking or even remotely interesting to add right now. As you can probably imagine, I am emotionally spent. But … Read more

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Clark County Live! Co-founder Diagnosed with Terminal ALS Disease

One of the original co-founders of the popular local digital media publisher Clark County Live! recently disclosed that they had been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Mitch Canton, who co-founded the site in 2008 with his wife Melanie and other family members, was originally diagnosed with the … Read more

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