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Flag Day

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Twenty Years, Part One: “Come Walk With Me”

There’s just no rhyme or reason Only the sense of completion And in your eyes, I see The missing pieces I’m searching for I think I’ve found my way home — Savage Garden, “I Knew I Loved You“ BotCon 1999, … Continue reading

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Serving Up a Fourth Year

The perfect food truck doesn’t exis– Well, I’ll be damned. Hard to believe, but this is Year Four of Iacon East. I started this blog back in July of 2015; where does the time go? Supposedly, most blogs don’t last … Continue reading

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Only Time

“I love you.” Those are the three words that I speak to Prime quite often; a good number of our conversations end with me saying that. While on our way home, I will randomly utter those words. While crashed out … Continue reading

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Twenty Years Part Null: Throwaway

I’m sure you must have seen him I know you must have heard it all I know you used to be him Did anybody care at all? – Face to Face, “I Won’t Lie Down” Late 1997 It was a … Continue reading

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Abandon Hope

A few days ago, I noticed something disturbing; my new socks had a lot of wear. A good number of pairs had holes and some of them had worn down in the instep. They were still mostly white, but the … Continue reading

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We Now Return to Our Regularly Scheduled Post

This is about as non-political as I get. Just saying. It’s our anniversary this week, Prime and me. We’ve been together for 19 years, nine of them as a married couple. It doesn’t feel like it’s been nearly two decades; … Continue reading

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