It's that time of year again. After all the presents have been unwrapped, carols have been sung, and all of the eggnog has been drunk: The limbo-like week that falls between Christmas and New Year's Day. The time where we all get reflective, take stock in our past year's highs and lows, and make resolutions … Continue reading What’s Your Theme?
Earlier this week, Amber took our middle daughter, Leia, to the doctor. For a little over a month, Leia was complaining of random stomach aches, which ironically, seemed to coincide whenever she got in trouble or needed to go to bed. As weary parents of small children, we remained slightly skeptical of her pain. While … Continue reading Monsters
Lately, I've been thinking on the transitory nature of life. Maybe its been the passing of the seasons, with autumn's beautiful foliage decaying into winter's harsh cold. Whatever the case, a number of "big" things have happened over the last couple of weeks. The University of Kansas demolished McCollum Hall, a 50-year-old dorm and my … Continue reading Dust In The Wind