City


The irony of the real me

The irony of the real me

When I feel secure I want to go places. I open myself to adventure. But adventures lead to unknown territory, a certain amount of "leaping out in faith", moving past what you can plan, and all of that feels threatening to my security and stability.

Holding space for tension

Holding space for tension

For years I tried to organize, manage, erect boundaries, make the best choice, follow the right authority as a means to avoid tension. But you can't avoid the tension of living, you need to hold space for it.

Under the Arbor

Under the Arbor

A grapevine grows in our neighbor's yard. And it has a story of family and love, and loss and new beginnings.

Looks Like California ~ Part Two

Looks Like California ~ Part Two

I love California. It has its social problems, yes. And traffic. But there is a vast world of beauty, nature, and culture to explore and what we experienced was a drop in the bucket.

Some thoughts on city living and lifestyle choices

Some thoughts on city living and lifestyle choices

All the people I know, online and in person, want healthy, vibrant family lives. They want the best for their kids.

Some photos of the city in October

Some photos of the city in October

It takes time. This is a truth I think about a lot, in fact it's probably one of the most dominant "truths" in my daily cognitive wanderings.