In a previous post I spoke about bravery and finding my voice. Talking about bravery is one thing, trying to be brave is quite another.
I lost my grandmother in September. Though she had a number of health problems, her death was still sudden and unexpected. Grief is not a new concept, I've known quite a bit of it, but that does not make it any less difficult to face. Every experience I have had with grief has been different and... Continue Reading →
In a crowded, noisy world where life moves too quickly, the written word became my safe harbor. As a child, my best friend was Peter Pan, and Robin Hood taught me how to stand up for people being bullied. Aslan taught me how to listen to the quiet, steady voice inside of me as the... Continue Reading →
So, in my previous post, I spoke about bravery. My brave act since that post has been to apply for Graduate school. Can I just say how utterly terrifying that is? Even though I've wanted to pursue a Masters degree for years now, I only just now, two years post undergrad, applied. It was a... Continue Reading →
The Voice of Justice from The JUSTICE CONFERENCE on Vimeo. If Justice and Injustice were in the flesh, what would they say to us? Which would commend, which would rebuke—and whose voice would be most familiar? This short film was shown on the first night of The Justice Conference 2011. http://www.thejusticeconference.com ----- Directed By: Nate... Continue Reading →
I will admit, the thing I find most challenging about blogs is making it a habit to post regularly. Don't get me wrong--I have things to say, opinions; I have projects that I would like to share with the world. Content has never been a problem. My White Whale has always been one simple thing:... Continue Reading →
In an effort to reach out to the homeless community, and people/families in need, I proposed this program for my local library. See a Need Compassion Packs
Infograph created to inform the public about local notaries, and what is needed when visiting one.