My Word of the Week: Dust

My Word of the Week: Dust

dust –  noun \ˈdəst\ : fine dry powder that builds up inside buildings on surfaces that have not recently been cleaned : fine powder made up of very small pieces of earth or sand : fine powder made from a particular substance __________ I look around the office,...
My Word of the Week: Wind

My Word of the Week: Wind

wind – noun, often attributive\ˈwind, archaic or poeticˈwīnd \ :  a natural movement of air of any velocity; especially :  the earth’s air or the gas surrounding a planet in natural motion horizontally :  an artificially produced movement of air :  a force...
Let the Good Times Roll

Let the Good Times Roll

Recently, I woke up in the middle of the night, slightly panicked. I couldn’t remember if I had been dreaming, and there wasn’t any thunder rolling outside. I checked my cell phone. No texts or missed calls. Yet a sense of dread hung heavy over me. I...
Becoming Masterful

Becoming Masterful

It was the end of May, and I received an email from a friend. I really want to work on my writing this summer. I was very convicted/inspired by this blog post. If you can think of any writing thing to work through together to get better I would love the suggestion. I...
Things Change

Things Change

You may not believe, but just recently I got my first tattoo. Actually, I got three of them in the same day — something I never thought I would do. But before you freak out too much, please know that each of my tattoos is no bigger than the point of a pencil...