You Will Fail

February 19, 2019 2

In a world where everyone gets a trophy just for participating, I feel the need to point something out. You probably already know this, but l’m gonna say it anyway: You will fail. You will […]

Turbulence

January 24, 2019 1

Turbulence. Nobody likes it. No one. Anywhere. Ever. Just the word itself brings to mind things falling off shelves and people shaking in their seats. Turbulence is choppy seas and jackhammers and potholes and Facebook […]

I’m Offended

October 30, 2018 1

I woke up this morning and had a funny but motivational post running through my mind. One of those posts where I fly downstairs, pour coffee into my body as quickly as possible, and start […]

Don’t Die with Tags on your Clothes

July 19, 2018 0

My mom died and I just cleaned out her closet. She didn’t JUST die, mind you; she died in 2008. Yes, she died ten years ago and I am just now cleaning out her closet. […]

Most People

August 18, 2017 0

Most people are good. Most people want to help. Most people want to do the right thing. It’s easy to forget this, because Evil is loud. It shouts; it screams; it tries to drown out […]

Be the Cracked Egg

April 16, 2017 0

Peel away the shell of a perfect dyed Easter egg and the inside is pretty boring–just a plain white hard boiled egg. Nothing to see here. But peel an imperfect Easter egg, one that’s been […]

Here’s Yet Another Meme to Prove My Point

January 27, 2017 0

When you respectfully disagree, conversations happen. When you respectfully agree to disagree, friendships move forward. These are all Good Things. But when you act like a self-righteous jerk, allowing for no opinions other than your […]

Photography, Perspective and Plumbers

December 2, 2016 1

I’m going to share a story with you. It’s a little long, so feel free to bypass it if you aren’t into reading long stories. It’s a personal story and one I’m not proud to […]

What Do We Tell the Children?

November 9, 2016 0

We tell them this is how a democracy works. We tell them in a presidential election, only one person can win. Sometimes it will be the candidate you prefer, sometimes it won’t. We tell them […]

A Photographer’s Job

August 3, 2016 0

She’s not a cheerleader. He’s not a quarterback. She’s not the Homecoming Queen. He’s not voted “Most Popular” Her hair is a mass of untamed waves His face is temporarily covered in acne Her hips […]

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