I’m so sorry. I really am.
5 Observations from Sitting in the Hospital
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.
Thoughts on the Inauguration
Long, long ago I loved American politics.Â I loved the process.Â I found the people interesting and sometimes invigorating.Â I suppose it goes along with being a history nerd.Â 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.Â 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.
What I do
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.
Change of Heart
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