I just looked out the window and thought, wow, what if every time a truck reached its destination the driver celebrated? Like, YES, I just dropped off thousands of pounds of goods across the continent and now I deserve something special. Go out with all my friends, clink our frothy mugs, laugh hard with my … Continue reading Truckers
The hardest part of forgiving others is forgiving yourself when you realize you blamed them for letting you be awful.
sometimes we need to do what we don't believe in to reach what we do. sometimes we need to compromise and change our minds to keep the peace. and sometimes, we need to stretch and ask ourselves why we disagree. i put on these pants knowing i feel conscientious because i am asking myself why that … Continue reading change
1 "It's so good to see you," she says; she has walked straight to him and wrapped her arms around his neck. She rests her forehead onto his shoulder, then moves up to rest her chin on it. He hesitates; his arms stay still, then move up and rest delicately on her shoulders, refusing to … Continue reading 1 2 3 4
A lot has happened in the past week. People have chosen sides and have trouble understanding the other. I have been searching for something I can do to help, something I can say to counsel those who are feeling hurt and loss. Some articles that I found spoke only of changing my point of view … Continue reading What Will You Do?
I awoke, on one fateful morning, to find myself no longer the main character of my life. But who was? I looked over to my left and my wife was not there; she had arisen before me. I was alone. So I rose, feeling strange, and decided to make a cup of coffee. Perhaps after … Continue reading Hope for Evangeline
Something I've noticed recently is how memories can be tainted so easily. I recently have gone through a Scott Pilgrim phase, for the second time; my friends and family put up with my obsessive binge-reading, followed by a plethora of comments about it. But one article on it struck me. It focused on the unreliability of … Continue reading Moving On