“language is a broken kettle on which we bang out tunes for bears to dance, while all the while we long to move the stars to pity.” – Flaubert Today is my sister Kathleen’s birthday. She would have been 30 years old except that she died January 25th and I still don’t know what to say […]Read more "I don’t have the words…"
So often people talk about how somebody looks like another person. Perhaps it’s a celebrity, or a younger/older version of a person or even that they look like a parent or grandparent. Sometimes I see these similarities and other times I think the person I’m talking with has a peculiar way of looking at people…. […]Read more "Resemblence"
My youngest daughter, Mila, is scared by loud noises. Today we stopped at a water park in Ohio. We are making our way from Illinois to Connecticut to visit her birth parents and thought staying a night at a water park would be the perfect reprieve. In our room, the girls were happily putting their […]Read more "Fear & Noise"
“I’m scared” he said slowly as he appeared in the kitchen for the second time in as many minutes. “I understand. But it’s still time for bed. Come on, I’ll tuck you in again,” and I led him up the stairs back into his room. I plopped him back into his bed and repeated the mantra […]Read more "“The News Came On During the Bears Game”"
The production quality is a little low. Primarily because we have kids attacking us throughout recording. However, the content is pretty fun. Worship Sans Worship has The National, The Head and the Heart and The Impressions. We do our inaugural segment for “Am I the Only One?” We invite you to join us by tweeting […]Read more "June Podcast"
The March Podcast comes out on April Fools day and Justin leads off by making Jacob look stupid. Show order below: Intro – April Fools Day Worship Sans Worship Jacob – “Judas isn’t so bad” and Until the End of the World by U2 Liz – Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot comes up as we […]Read more "March Podcast"
One of my favorite things to do on Saturday and Sunday mornings as a kid was to open up the newspaper, flip to the sports section and check out the previous night’s box scores. I would analyze the data, look at the league leaders in statistical categories, examine the standings and try to figure out […]Read more "Box Scores and Metaphysics"