Category Archives: Life As We Know It

Suicide and the Torment of Numbness

I am numb, through and through, and it is tortuous. A piece of my heart has been torn away, so I ought to be reeling in pain, but the shock runs too deep. I sense a hole in my chest, … Continue reading

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Have We Reached Boycott Overload?

Rebecca at Shoved To Them says yes!, and she’s had enough. In just the past week, I’ve gotten emails calling for me to boycott 37 companies, products, television shows, and media outlets.  That’s just one week. It wasn’t a special … Continue reading

Posted in Life As We Know It, Relevance, Thoughts, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

The Deep Night Of Lost Innocence

As parents, Mrs LarryD and I have worked hard to keep the Sons protected from the things they needed to be protected from as they have grown.  Shielding them from filth and teaching them to avoid bad influences, helping them … Continue reading

Posted in Crosses, Family Stuff, Life As We Know It, Prayer, Sons of LarryD, Suicide | 28 Comments

Study: Only Child’s Are Happier Than Those With Siblings

Gee, I wonder what the agenda of these researchers is… From the Daily Mail Online: They are often viewed as being awkward, lonely and demanding, but a new study has revealed that only children are happier than those forced to … Continue reading

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