Have you ever tried to build something with a baby? As in actually construct a building or some type of structure with an infant child? It’s among the most tedious and painful things I’ve ever experienced. Between the lack of common geometry knowledge, and the total absence of an understanding of gravity, an infant is probably among one of the poorer choices of a companion to build that little block fort. Yet, we all still seem to gravitate towards building structures and creations with the little tyke when the time comes, truly bringing into question the state of the world. Continue reading Good Morning, Jude.
I saw the sign….
and it opened up my eyes, I saw the sign.
For those of you that think I am on a profound, deep, intensely intellectual thought trip, you are wrong, that only happens when I’m trying to figure out how to hard-boil eggs. Im honestly just listening to Ace of Bass. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEIAPvz6HeI)
Have you ever been so painfully aware of something? How all of a sudden, that thing is the only thing you can concentrate on? It’s as if a light flipped on and you wonder how you never noticed it before. Continue reading 40 Days of Silence.
Over the past while I have been doing some seriously critical in-depth examination of my desires and values in life. Its been painful, tedious and somewhat stressful, which really doesn’t make sense to me. Continue reading Achieving Fulfillment.
Everyone desires to be loved. That’s a given. But what I think people desire even more than to be loved is to be known.
I can’t believe it. I seriously can’t. My Facebook is once again overtaken by another super effective, aw-inspiring movement. This time the bloggers and social activists alike have taken up their keyboards against Starbuc… people who bash Starbucks.
Long distance, It really isn’t all that fun. But it certainly isn’t the worst thing to ever happen to a relationship. I mean, isn’t sending toneless texts, and watching couples interact all around you the best thing ever? (The answer is no).
Long distance is hard. I would know. I have been blessed with an incredible woman in my life, Taylor, my girlfriend, currently goes to school in California. Myself, I go to school in Calgary. Not only are these places pretty far apart, they are also different in time zones, and ridiculously different in climate. The differences have always been a challenge, but with every challenge in life, strategy and commitment overcome all. So here are some of the tips and tricks we have learnt along the way.