Quick thoughts on the new job

I started a new job at a much smaller company at the end of November. In many ways, it's like a new frontier. Wide-open, untouched space, waiting for someone to come and build. It's exciting. It's challenging. Part of the mystery is just working in the unknown void. Not only do I have to build … Continue reading Quick thoughts on the new job

Welcome, 2022! Here are 10 things I learned in 2021.

In no particular order -1. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, especially my siblings, parents, and cousins.  I missed them more than I thought I did.  I need to see them more often. 2. Our church family is a source of strength, comfort, and stability that we are so incredibly blessed to have.  … Continue reading Welcome, 2022! Here are 10 things I learned in 2021.

2021 was, in fact, a great year!

At the beginning of the year, I had shared a link to the Who's song 1921 from Tommy to capture my optimism for this year. I've got a feeling '21 is going to be a good year. Especially if you and me see it in together I've got a feeling '21 is going to be … Continue reading 2021 was, in fact, a great year!

What Makes a Husband and Father a Man

Today is Father's Day in the US. I don't know if it's celebrated in other countries. It's not a holiday I tend to make a fuss over, but then, I don't usually make a big deal about my birthday or anniversary, other than I like to celebrate another year with my wife, perhaps over a … Continue reading What Makes a Husband and Father a Man

Don’t settle for normal

I posted a joke on Facebook that went like this – The other day, the kids and I were talking and someone said "Dad, misery loves company." This is only true if you're extroverted. If you're an introvert like me, 'company' could literally be the source of our misery. One of my daughters didn't understand … Continue reading Don’t settle for normal