As much as I love chasing dreams and being a go-getter when it comes to finding opportunity, there is one important lesson I have learned in a big way and that is to let God close doors. This can be applied to so many things in life. The writing world is ripe with rejection and failed … Read moreLet God Close Doors
It’s October. Seriously, weren’t we just at the pool? Wasn’t I just doing back-to-school shopping? It’s pumpkin time. And you know what that means. Turkey day and then Christmas. For me, September was gone in a flash. Freelance work-wise I like to think of it as The Great Recovery after a summer drought. Things picked … Read moreWhere Did September Go?
Do you have any idea how stressful it is to date someone that sucks at karaoke when they don’t know they suck at karaoke? I mean, what do you say? Especially when the relationship is fairly new and they really get into the song in a rocker pose and a foot stomp that Journey’s someday-love-will-find-you video could … Read moreThe End Game
We have an old aggregate porch at our house. It’s great for porch sitting, having coffee and serving as home base for outside toys, but its jagged rocks give me a little bit of a heart attack. My two year old son bounds carelessly up and down the stairs and I honestly can’t watch sometimes, … Read moreThe Jagged Steps