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I remember the day my baby was born in vivid detail. I remember the color of the paint on the walls, the names of the nurses who tended to us. I remember the taste of the coffee at the hospital, the orientation of the bathroom from the induction room. I remember the...read more
It’s the end of the year. We’ve been talking about writing something for the last day of 2017, and we came in at seven hours ’til midnight. That’s called procrastination, and it’s going to stop next year. But enough about resolutions....read more
Have you ever talked about a washing machine over breakfast with your partner? I have. It took me until about five minutes ago to realize how weird it was. The fact made its way to the front of my brain, because five minutes ago I was researching the washing machine....read more
Conflict is healthy. Fighting? Maybe not so much. We all have spats every now and then, and that’s healthy. If two people agreed 100% of the time, they wouldn’t make a progressive couple, because each would bring the exact same perspective into the...read more
It’s been one of those days when me and Deborah just look into each other’s eyes over the coffee table. We realized today that we’ve been together for two and a half years. So much has happened in that time. It makes us think of what made us so certain about each...read more
I look at Deborah in the middle of our conversation, and say, “hold on, could it be that we haven’t updated our blog in two months?” She looked back at me, and we’re both scared to admit it, but with the nod of each of our heads, we try and think...read more
“So where did you guys meet?” The question sounded friendly, but the person sitting across from me was about to make an important decision: was my daughter an American citizen? “We met in Mexico,” I said hurriedly and without any added information. My tone was...read more
“Births are all kind of like that, aren’t they?” I asked Deborah, eyes still on my laptop. Deborah, sprawled out across the couch and faced directly at the TV, just sort of smirked, “no of course not.” I lifted my head out of the computer and squinted with my...read more
July First two years ago, I met the woman of my dreams. She was perfect. The timing was perfect. We dated, traveled, met each other’s families, and got married inside of a year. You all know the story. What you may not know is what actually allowed us to get...read more
I’ve never met you, but I love you with all my heart. I’ve never seen your face, but I adore everything about you. I’ve never heard your voice, but I will care for you for the rest of my life. I am your dad, and you are my daughter. Update: she was born June 17th,...read more