No. 05 of the Fortnightly Dispatch has been “dispatched.” Highlights from this edition include video footage of a murmuration of starlings that (for a split second) look like a huge bird; some commentary and highlights re: a WWI notebook; Thoughts and reporting… Continue Reading
So grateful for evening walks along the coast, and these views. Images captured via my iPhone.
No. 04 of the Fortnightly Dispatch has been “dispatched.” Highlights from this edition include video footage of a mesmerizing tadpole migration, a bit of prose from a French philosopher and journalist you may be familiar with, an inspiring 540-mile bike… Continue Reading
“The real test on the path of love is ~ are you willing to give up everything for your love?”
This quote pulled me into the work of G.K. Chesterton. I’m now looking forward to diving deeper into the rabbit hole…and very likely adding to the growing pile of books on my nightstand: “People are more themselves when joy is… Continue Reading
The latest edition (no. 02) of the Fortnightly Dispatch is out in the wild. You can subscribe (HERE). The “Fortnightly Dispatch” is where I share about what’s catching my attention and highlight a few personal notes and photos from the… Continue Reading
“Recent Thoughts” is one of my favorite posts that Rebecca Toh publishes on her blog. Her most recent includes a thought that really resonates with me. Constraints create the conditions for freedom. Rebecca’s blog is among a small, but growing,… Continue Reading
I can confidently say that “Get Your Life Back” by John Eldredge was the most nourishing and impactful book I’ve read this year. There are far too many reasons to get into why…so I’ll let the sketchnotes that follow take… Continue Reading
Find a heart that will love you at your worst, and arms that will hold you at your weakest.
I’ve been scouting these 3 palm trees for awhile now (which is always a great excuse to get to the beach with the family for an evening picnic). At times, there’s an interesting cloud formation as the backdrop, at others… Continue Reading