Day 45 – A Related / Unrelated Thought Experiment

Thursday, April 30, 2020 – I am going to attempt a thought experiment that will probably upset a great many people. However, I think that it is important to think about and discuss these issues. To that end, I am going to make this fairly focused on a specific issue surrounding my own life. It Read More

Day 44 – What is Mr. Flusche Doing These Days?

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 – In case you did not know, defense attorneys spend about 50% of their day in court, mostly waiting on judges and clerks to stamp papers, and the other 50% of their day answering the same questions via phone calls and emails over and over and over and over. The life Read More

Day 43 – Mrs. Flusche’s Deep Pantry Planning Sheets

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 – Right, now that you’ve had a couple days break from the deep pantry stuff, I’d like to re-visit that topic. #SorryNotSorry I will not bore you with every detail about the Flusche deep pantry meal plan. Generally speaking, we have some standard fare that we rotate through. Andrew and I Read More

Day 41 – An Open Letter to My Shepherd on Good Shepherd Sunday

Sunday, April 26, 2020 – Your Excellency, Peace be to you, dear Bishop, and may I humbly extend warm and prayerful greetings. These are trying times. I cannot imagine the stress and woe you and our devoted priests are under. Please know our family’s daily prayers are with you. I write to you on this Read More

Day 39 – What is a “Deep Pantry,” and Do You Need One?

Friday, April 24, 2020 – All right, this should have been discussed earlier, but a friend only recently asked me about this, so I’m writing a series of posts on…dun, dun, dun! THE DEEP PANTRY! (please read that last phrase in a deep, scary voice). For the record, none of what I say should be Read More

Day 37 – Chips, Couches, and My Personal Responsibility

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 – Isolation and depression are real things, and they usually—and unfortunately—go together. They are terrible and terrifying. Likewise, stress eating and depressive eating are also real. Not to be “all about me,” but I am going to get a little personal because I have had these issues in my past. Please Read More

Day 36 – Put the Candle Back!

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 – Have you ever watched the 1974 comedy, “Young Frankenstein”? One of my favorite scenes is the rotating bookcase where Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) and Inga (Teri Garr) are trying to find the distant music and get stuck in a rotating bookcase. You can watch the scene HERE or below. Read More