My last week has been occupied by a lot of sitting in my mom’s hospital room.
The door unlocks, and I walk into my kitchen. My eyes scan for that place. The empty spot. The place that’s clutter-free.
Long, long ago I loved American politics. I loved the process. I found the people interesting and sometimes invigorating. I suppose it goes along with being a history nerd. Politics and history are so closely intertwined–especially in America. In the last 10 years or so I’ve lost most of that political love. I still love [...]
I knew I needed to work ahead today. It’s not my strong suit. In fact, it generally means I’ll do the work twice to get a pleasing result.
I have a love-hate relationship with this time of year. It’s not like this every year. 2012 seems to be a little extreme.
A short video to let you know some of the things I do at WorldVenture.
Life has been rather hectic. I plan to blog, and then my plans change.
I’m helping with my church’s VBS program this week. I willingly volunteered. Then we had our pre-event meeting.
It’s all about context. Some words send my spine into tingling shudders in one context and tingles of joyful anticipation in another
Gratitude seems to be trendy right now. It’s interesting to see this virtue get some good press.