a cabin, silence, and a moleskine…

a cabin, silence, and a moleskine…

One of the crucial beauties of the cabin is the breathtaking silence that allows for quiet reflection. I wish I could find such a sanctuary in my mundane life and not need to escape 45 minutes from home. Yet, that said, perhaps it makes me that much more thankful for...

right now it’s how I feel.

I just finished writing an e-mail to an old college friend. I do this from time to time, talk to friends from college. Sometimes through those conversations, I’m brought back to an ephemeral moment that meant so much at the time but with so many years in between...

not giving up.

OK, for the past month or so I’ve been meaning to give up on the concept of Christian community. I thought it was a pipe-dream that would never come to fruition. As much as I wanted a life lived with other like minded believers, it just wouldn’t happen. ...
We have a four year old.

We have a four year old.

Don’t worry I’m not going to get all sentimental on you. OK, maybe just a little bit. It hit me in the car this evening. We have a four year old. A full fledged boy. Not a toddler. A boy. There’s a difference. All of the sudden he’s become this...

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