Monthly Archives: May 2014

Chasing Cars

The Wedding of Isaac and Hannah Today I had the pleasure of attending my dear friend Isaac’s wedding (pictured center above). Being able to get to know him, and his now wife Hannah (not pictured), has been a tremendous blessing, … Continue reading

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One Direction

It is Easy to Choose A Direction, When there is Only One Direction to Choose The only thing I can do now, is to go forward. Like Bilbo, I am staring into the unknown, no other direction to move but … Continue reading

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The Clock Strikes Twelve

And So the Story Goes A person’s life is a lot like a book. You have a beginning, an end, and all the story in the chapters between. As my story continues, some chapters become harder to end than others … Continue reading

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Four Panel Philosophy

The Lost Art of Comic Strips Garfield is by far one of the worst comics running in newspapers today. For those of you not familiar with the comic, Jon Arbuckle is a cartoonist. In this spoof, Jon is reading the … Continue reading

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Mental Baggage and The Darjeeling Limited

“Is That My Belt?” The Darjeeling Limited is the fifth film by director Wes Anderson, and one of my favorites. The film follows three brothers, Francis(Owen Wilson) Jack(Jason Schwartzman), and Peter (Adrien Brody), who had not spoken in a year, … Continue reading

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