In 2018 one of my goals is to write more frequently. One of the details that holds me back from blogging more often is that I want all my posts to seem thoughtful and well-constructed. However, I’ve started dozens of blog posts in the past year or so only to have a couple actually end up getting published. So I refuse to do that this year. I plan on writing more in general. And it will be fairly raw and unedited. More like a journal in many ways. This is something I’ve said I’ve desired to do in the past, but I’ve never really followed through with it. So here is my first post of the new year. It will be what it will be. But anything is better than nothing. And hey, maybe I’ll get better at writing simply because I’m willing to actually just do it and hit the publish button.
#adulting is hard. Here are some ways to adult harder.
Reflections & Ramblings: Volume twenty-three
Reflections and Ramblings Volume Twenty-Two
Our youth, my privilege, and a scene from Moonlight.
Reflections and Ramblings: Volume Twenty-One
Why we choose to celebrate the day Micah was diagnosed.
It’s amazing how many things can change in a year. I selected a few of moments from the year that I captured on camera.
Our stories are written in nature.
Trigger warning: This post written by my wife, a nurse, contains imagery depicting stillborn babies.