It's been another busy month with lots of challenges, changes, great opportunities, and much room for growth. I don't know if it's the product of the slow, subtle crafting of my own thinking or a cruel joke by a menacing world (...I think it's more of the former), but one of my greatest challenges and opportunities … Continue reading Honest Confidence and the Lies of the Best
I don't have babies but it's never too soon to start looking for a potential partner to help raise them when I want them, right? In less contrived circumstances than that makes it sound, I shared a sweet, romantic moment with someone a couple of weeks ago when I told him, "I think that you … Continue reading Charles Darwin: Parenting Extraordinaire
Unrequited love is a common theme of tortured souls, those who wish for nothing more than to be loved back by their beloved. In many stories, this type of love is a kind of tragedy for we often assume that love is (and perhaps should be) realized only in particular ways. But I've recently been … Continue reading To Love Others (Without Them Knowing It)
An unusual event happened a couple of weeks ago. I watched two movies in one night. Although I'm not much of a movie buff I do have a clearly demarcated "genre" of movies that are likely to get my two thumbs up--I love comedies like Matilda. Liar Liar. And dark dramas like Magnolia. The Squid … Continue reading True Story: Is This Real Life?