The Last Enemy

Warning: The following post is presented without humor. Really. “The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.” – J.K.Rowling, written on James and Lily Potter’s tombstone. I was first exposed to death at an early age. My great aunt Nelly had been in our lives forever, but her new husband George had not. When … Continue reading “The Last Enemy”

First Impressions

You just never know… Before Mary and I got married, we made two plane trips. The first was to Vancouver for my Aunt Joey and Uncle Ed’s 25th anniversary. I’d never been to Vancouver before, and was not really prepared to meet a hundred-odd aunts, uncles, and cousins. I was especially not prepared for the … Continue reading “First Impressions”