Day 4: Signatures

Day four is ending after midnight, so this is one of those “to not break the habit” posts. We had a fabulous day roaming around DC.  One of the highlights for me might have been the signature collection at the National Archives. Yes, seeing THE Declaration, Constitution and Bill of Rights was enough to make…

Day 3: Enjoy!

Welcome to day 3! It’s been a lazy Saturday with relatively little drama. We learned a bit more about the inner workings of generosity this morning at church and celebrated our 11 month anniversary. It may not sound like a long time, but being locked up in a tiny apartment with me for 11 months…

Day 1: Ask Questions

Welcome to my new year’s resolution. Yes, most people do that on January 1, but you may know this by now, I’m not most people. Why can’t I start a year-long adventure on November 13? Let’s start this journey together.My goal until November 12, 2015 is to share 1 thing I learn each day. I’ll…

The office is the new classroom

Did you ever read the book, All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarden? I remember that being such a innovative piece for its time, though I never read it. However the concept was still clear, what are the basic life lessons that can be applied to adult life? It’s a brilliant philosophy…

Hold on Tight

Life has its ups and downs. We’ve all lived it, a few days where nothing can go wrong, then a week of “blah.” Maybe there were a few months of horrible then a scattered sprinkling of hopeful possibilities. Of course the moments that we deem worthy of sharing of the good ones, the great ones…

Disappearing Thoughts

I just had one of those “writer’s worst nightmare” moments. I always act as if they will never happen to me, and yet they do (quite often as a matter of fact). I wrote out a brilliant blog post, brilliant I say. Humorous yet deep, well worded yet conversational, just brilliant. And what do I…