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Tremendous Trifles

I’ve been called a ‘freshie’ at least three times this week. I probably deserved it. I am a freshman. In college. And I am, like everyone else in my class, trying to overcommit myself and handle far too many things than I should. 614 more words

Wolf Moon ☾

Hey, wolf moon come cast your spell on me, Beware, the woods at night, Beware, the lunar light

What I’m Wearing:

Hair:  Moon – Ninth Ave Reverie… 42 more words

Updating our schedule

I just realized that I never updated our “where are we?” page for August. Here’s what happened (and why we didn’t have time) last month and the beginning of this month: 53 more words


September Prayer Letter: Progress and Loss

Dear Family and Friends,

In Jay Adam’s A Theology of Christian Counseling, my current counseling book to read, he points out the seriousness of the accusation “That isn’t fair!” that counselees often make. 541 more words


When in Corinth

“But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. God chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things—and the things that are not—to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast before him.” -I Corinthians 1:27-29… 660 more words

Training and Deviants (9/3/13)

A rather fetching—and tipsy—young married woman offered to buy me a drink at Hearsay last night where I was performing, after telling me that my voice was ‘amazing.’ I expressed my sincere thanks and ordered a second IPA. 1,368 more words

A New Happiness and a New Conscience (8/4/12)

My spiritual health and cogency appear to depend, in large part, on my swimming continually against the prevailing tide of collective consciousness. ‘Happiness,’ as I formerly understood and episodically experienced it, entailed ‘going with the flow’ at a fundamental, core level. 371 more words