Priorities change as we travel through life; the growth of my child is going to remain on top!
To be mad in English, when I say English I do not mean American, I mean English. To be mad in English is to be crazy. Crazy as in odd, strange, bizarre, off your rocker; insane. In America, to be mad is mostly referring to the lacking of good temper and happiness. One can be… Continue reading Have you gone mad?!?
Two months ago I began organizing a plan. The plan came with me verifying that my girlfriend was going to be available for Valentine’s Day. As you probably don’t know, my girlfriend had every intention to be in Colorado by 2/12, which definitely would not have provided her availability to go on a 'date night'… Continue reading One ring goes in, two come out
For about 10 years I had a caber for whether I would be willing to date someone long term. This measurement was if they found “The Big Lebowski” humorous. “The Big Lebowski, one of my favorite movies of all time, is clever in its presentation, creatively filmed and directed, and the last good movie the… Continue reading What A Jerk
Have you ever been the second person in a relationship to say I love you? This can be seen in any number of ways: a parent saying “I love you” to a child, a friend to another friend, a boyfriend to a girlfriend (or vice versa of course), husband to a wife (vice versa as… Continue reading Contractual Love
Scientifically, emotion cannot be held: Love is firm, but not solid Love moves, but is not liquid Love is in the air, but is not ether Love of world, community, friends, family and self: Is hard, surrounds and fills evenly Learning to love: Soft, wet and moist A perfect mess
As a white male living in middle class America with two loving parents who both sacrificed for my sisters and myself I cannot even begin to think I have not had a positive life and am thankful for all of the things that have been given to me throughout my life. Beginning full time work… Continue reading Learning how to love