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Chronology: Historical Ministerial Highlights of 2018-2020 February 11, 2018:  A photo shoot near Colorado Springs, Colorado, yields 180 photographs from which fourteen will be selected for use within “The Tarot of Sister Who.” March 10, 2018:  Production of six more episodes of “Sister Who Presents...” is successful. March 11, 2018:  Production of six more episodes of “Sister Who Presents...” is successful. April 7, 2018:  Production of three more episodes of “Sister Who Presents...” is successful. April 8, 2018:  Production of six more episodes of “Sister Who Presents...” is successful. April 22, 2018:  A photo shoot near Parker, Colorado, yields 171 photographs from which fourteen will be selected for use within “The Tarot of Sister Who.” June 28, 2018:  An all-day photo shoot in Longmont, Colorado, to create twenty-two specific photos for “The Tarot of Sister Who” is unsuccessful for a variety of technical reasons. 
July 6, 2018:  A second all-day photo shoot in Longmont, Colorado, to create twenty-two specific photos for “The Tarot of Sister Who” is successful. July 8, 2018:  An evening photo shoot within a location in the foothills west of the Denver-metro area of Colorado, creates fourteen specific photos for “The Tarot of Sister Who.” July 19, 2018:  A third attempt to hike to the summit of Mount Columbia in central Colorado, elevation 14,073’, in full ritual garb, is successful.  September 5, 2018:  Participation in an open discussion of societal challenges and accomplishments at the Pride center in Longmont, Colorado, with regional political candidates and office holders. September 9, 2018:  A fourth and final photo shoot at Clear Lake near Guanella Pass in Colorado creates the last fourteen photos needed for “The Tarot of Sister Who” and is the first time in over twenty-seven years of this unconventional ministry, when the theatrical presence during a photo shoot is officially questioned (but thankfully not in any way prevented).