Foggy Notions

by bryan prosser

I like to explore where curiosity leads me.

Hello and Welcome.

I’m Bryan Prosser, Host and Senior Writer at Foggy Notions.

Here I explore things that both fascinate and trouble me. Hunting for words to describe what I think I see and vaguely understand, within a shrouded world of wonder and tragic mystery.

It’s an effort to keep and kindle my own hope, and maybe yours, in this disenchanted age.

It’s also a place for me to be playful, poking fun at myself and others who are in danger of laughing too little.

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From The Ruins

I‘m progressing, and in my mind, I’m growing.   As I progress, I’m squeezing all I can learn from my past so I can express my life better in the future.   One thing I am progressing from is the utter ruin of white American Evangelicalism. I’ve had a growing

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A Costly Stand For What Is Right?

My Foggy Morning Thoughts   Are you still processing all that is happening nationally?     What an amazing shift away from manipulative dramatics.     Much less image over substance now.     Well I’m still processing. I have been for more than six years and counting.    

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How Differences Can Lead To Coherent Community Life

All of us can think of someone different to us. All of us can think of someone similar to us. So the choice each day is to consider whether we will focus on difference or similarities. If we hope to build healthy coherent communities to live in, we have to

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There Is Always Something Good To Do

Let’s Get Creative in 2021 This is arguably the most recognizable building in our community. The Fox Theater. It was built in 1939 as a movie theater in the center of our downtown on Main Street. It is an architectural one-of-a-kind, and the interior is fabulous. It lost its splendor

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Being the Light

The Hill We Climb Written and recited by Amanda Gorman at the 59th Presidential Inauguration January 20, 2021 When day comes, we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry. A sea we must wade. We braved the belly of the beast. We’ve

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