by | May 15, 2017

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THEY LITERALLY JUST SHOW UP AT YOUR DOOR, knock-knock, and hand you bags of lobster. Bag of steaming lobster, fresh from the pot. That’s what we’ve got going on around here in Kennebunkport. Oddly it was a free bag too. We’re still curious about that one. Maybe lobster vendors are the drug dealers in these parts and the first one is courtesy on the house, er wharf. You know, hook and reel. Between this and the 2-pound block of Amish butter Sarah’s taking down like a bowl of ice cream, she says this was a Mother’s Day to remember.

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If Eric’s got the pointer finger, it’s because Mommy found a pair of lobsters in a bag, and finally he has new aquatic friends to play with.

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Eric looked on with disgust while Ira eyed the corner lobster with suspicion. He asked if it was still alive. With a knife in hand, Sarah gave our kids their first discussion on death. As parents, we skipped the goldfish “flush” talk and went directly to this.

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“What’s that?” Ira asked repeatedly, pointing at every part of the lobsters body.  Aside from the “goldfish” talk, Ira also received a complete lesson in anatomy. Claw. Antennae. Eyes. Legs. Tail. He then spent the next thirty minutes, in-between sips from his juice box, repeatedly saying “Lobster,” yet pronouncing it like monster. He had that right.  Nasty creatures. God placed them underwater for a reason.


Both kids refused to eat any of their lobster tail. Ira kept to the juice box. I can’t blame him. I kept to my wine. After almost half-an-hour of silently mourning for the death of his new play-friend, Eric succumbed to his mounting hunger and ate a claw.


Eric finished off his juice box while admiring his latest artwork on the window. It kind of looks like a lobster. They could have been such great friends.

Maranatha from Kennebunkport!



Miss Rivqah is born!

AND no, she wasn’t born standing up. That would be totally amazing if true. Rivqah is nearly 4 months old now, her birthdate being on July 7, and as you can see, she loves standing with assistance. Sarah and I are in our 40’s, have been married for over 20 years, and never thought we could have any more children. Rivqah decided to surprise us when we least expected it, and here she is, tada! all smiles. Yahuah is truly amazing. Expect plenty more of her in upcoming announcements. I may throw her in when you least suspect it. You can read her birth story here.

Miss Rivqah.

Rebecca L. Gould: A growing family at TUC!

IN my last newsletter I made mention of Rebecca L. Gould without ever giving a photo reveal. Well, here she is. The lovely Rebecca. Rebecca came to TUC during the summer of 2021 after following the breadcrumb trail from Rob Skiba and Nephelim research and soon thereafter began following the Torah. She has been an enormous help to the TUC ministry ever since that time, editing books for publication as well as running the podcast and administrating the TUC community, among other  tasks. ‘The Earth Not a Globe Review: Volume I’ and ‘The Legends of the Jews: Volumes I-IV’ would not have happened without her. 

New Article Archives

A GREAT deal many of my readers have been asking for a single page where my articles can be accessed and I don’t blame them. The sheer volume has become dizzying. Just know that the list provided here is far from complete, though I do say it’s a good start. It’s not that I’m holding anything back. I have been attempting to convert my catalogue of work into pdf files over the last so many months and that is no small easy task. The greater bulk is published all throughout my website. You’ll have to fish for them until I get around to it.

Article Archives on TUC

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