My Year Reviewing Films
I spent a year reviewing films in my DVD collection. It didn't make me a penny. But, it helped me remember what I love about movies.
Write Your Own Mother's Day Cards
Don't rely on impersonal Hallmark cards to tell someone you care about them.
Two Micro Poems
Observations made during a drive through Alabama to the Florida panhandle.
A poem about my first visit to Dollywood with my wife.
The Time We Waste Not Creating
Choose to create—not for a client, a business, an audience—but because it's what you were made to do.
How I Write: Kiss You Boldly
A breakdown of how I wrote a love poem for my wife when we were first dating.
Kiss You Boldly
My paintbrushes are harmonies and stanzas moving gently across blank canvases dripping words, bright colors, painting all the ways I
Has Anyone Ever Told You
That you look a lot like the balding man on the back cover of that book Lucy posted about on
Can My 9-Month Old American Daughter Love Everton?
It wasn’t quite déjà vu or nostalgia, but as we sat there watching as Everton Ladies defeated Liverpool 1–
Inheriting a Love for the Outdoors
I was 7 years old the first time I watched my dad clean a catfish. We were in the kitchen