Technique vs Experience

If you’ve read my latest blog post, this has been a rough week for my husband and me. In response, my awesome brother, Mick, impulsively drove eight hours from Indiana on Saturday to lift our spirits for the week. That night, we were sitting on our balcony talking about life, philosophy, and perspective. Mick, an…

Guest Blog Post

I had the privilege of guest blogging for mrandmrsminister.com. I wrote a post titled, “Finding My Identity: The Struggle of Not Having Children in a Family-Oriented Culture.” http://www.mrsandminister.com/finding-my-identity/ Check it out! I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Life Lessons from the Teleferico

Last August I visited Bek, an immeasurably dear friend of mine who was working and living in Caracas, Venezuela. I could devote an entire year’s worth of blog posts to this weeklong visit—and I probably will at some point—but there is a specific event that took place, about which I am writing today.

I tweet; therefore, I am awesome.

Twitter fascinates me.  I love the spontaneity of its design, the impulsivity and rapidness of it, how it encourages one to quickly broadcast and document their everyday musings and opinions without giving much thought into what is said. I love the vastness of Twitter and how I am able to keep up with not only…

Primary Confessions

Confession: I’m not a blogger. I’ve tried several times to start a blog, but I’ve never felt very blog-worthy.  I think of my husband, who writes with concentrated purpose on music and culture, as well as other bloggers I admire, who always write something eloquent or leave a poignant nugget of wisdom in every post.…