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Sarah Eshleman

Still Thoughts from the Bubble Bath

Recently I moved to a new apartment, much nicer than where I had been living. At my old place, the tub didn’t have a slanted back, so if I wanted to take a bubble bath, I just sat there in the middle of the tub like a gigantic baby. At my new apartment, the tub…

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Death, Taxes – and Loving My Neighbor

Benjamin Franklin said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Even back in the 1700s, Franklin knew it would be easier to list the things that were immutable rather than the things that were unsure. Here in 2018, I’m uncertain of many things—aren’t we all right now? Will…

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Prone To Wander…

and Maybe It’s Not Such a Bad Thing One day when I was 15, I went to work with my dad to install cabinets at a client’s house. We drove 30 minutes to the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina where the little cottage sat back off the road, surrounded by trees.…

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