Timing is Everything

Yesterday evening I took a walk outside my condo. As I was walking along the beach feeling the cool breeze, sand beneath my toes, enjoying the gorgeous view of the orange sun shining through the clouds. I began to think about the past. Past relationships, past hopes, past dreams, past feelings, past friendships. It's all... Continue Reading →

That Loving Feeling

It's been a while since I've written about love and relationships as it really hasn't been on my mind. Sometimes we can go through seasons of life where we are emotionally in a perpetual state of exhaustion. Spending so much energy trying to do so much, to where you lose yourself forgetting the things that... Continue Reading →

The Price of Ignorance

We live in a society that puts so much emphasis on wealth, social class, materialism, technology... and the primary mechanism to obtain any one of those things is M-O-N-E-Y. I probably spend hours everyday thinking about how I can create, find, or obtain more money for my family. Money drives our economy. To me money... Continue Reading →

The Ideal Relationship

Tonight I watched two movies which focused on love and relationships. Watching both of them made me really think about the ideal relationship. The first movie I saw, "When Harry Met Sally", is a classic. I've probably seen it at least 10-20 times. The second is a movie that came out this year, "The Bobby... Continue Reading →

Creating Something Special

One thing I see in a lot of people, including me... is the desire to have something special. Everyone wants something special. Just a few days ago was Black Friday, which is supposedly the day out of the year where people spend the most money. People opened up their wallets to purchase gifts and spent... Continue Reading →

They Just Don’t Understand!

How many times have you heard someone say, "Ugghhh! They just don't understand!" For me, I would say I've probably heard it an unfathomable about of times. Everyone has said it at one time or another. Whether it was said by a child under their breath to their parent or teacher, or a wife talking to her... Continue Reading →

Protesting: Love not War

For the last week or so, ever since the event in Charlottesville, I've been thinking about life and the most important relationships in my life (family, girlfriend, friends, co-workers, people I know at church). These protests about removing confederate statues are touching some very deep roots in the heart of America. Growing up in Louisiana,... Continue Reading →

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