Posts Tagged
‘Rumination’

There are certain things that I do each day, part of the semi-routine I have going. Reading is a habit of mine, and I read everything from online op-eds to large historical accounts. Recently my online reading has been overrun by individuals telling me to be successful, I have to wake up at 5 a.m. […]

21 March 2020

It’s 2:30pm on a Thursday. I am sitting at Miller Park in downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as I write this watching the locals go about their business; the tourists passing through on their way to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. The weather is how I like it, unpredictable. The day starting out sunny and […]

19 August 2019

normal | ˈnôrməl | adjectiveconforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected Normal is not a word that I will ever use to describe a mass shooting or any type of hate crime or violence. Normal is the word that is being used across the internet about the recent mass shootings of El Paso and Dayton. We don’t […]

6 August 2019

I firmly believe that no matter where we come from, the color of our skin, how we identify in regards to gender and sexuality, or how we chose to worship, we all want the best for our families, our children, and ourselves. We are all human, sharing this little planet made predominantly of water (71% […]

10 July 2019