Tis the conclusion of my Jesus year. Today I am 34 and there isn’t a gimmick about being 34. This birthday arrives at a weird time in my life. I am newly living in California and trying to figure out what I want to do here. It has always taken me a long time to […]
One time Alexis called Luke’s mind a “mangled circuitry” and I’ve been calling mine that ever since.
Andy is in New York on a business trip, and it’s weird for me to be here in California alone. I mean, I have Rupert and Sebastian, but we all came out here with Andy because of his amazing new job. So to be here without him feels strange, like these few days exist outside […]
I’m not an economist. In fact, the only formal education in economics I received was my high school government and econ class, in which I learned that a dreamy student teacher can be very distracting. But don’t let my lack of credentials detract from my message. I am notoriously bad with money in both theory […]
On one hand, I like air travel. I feel securely in my element when I am walking through an airport, earbuds firmly in ears, bag swinging slightly at my side, bottle of water in my hand. There is a crowded isolationism inherent to airport and airplane culture, and in that culture, I excel. My earbuds […]
When I turned thirty-three in August, I decided to embrace the whole “Jesus year” thing, without really knowing what that would look like, save for the general notion that Tim McGraw would sing “Live Like You’re Dying” behind me wherever I go. So far, I have engaged in pretty standard Jesus year behavior. I got […]