My Bride

My sweet wife was and continues to be, the greatest surprise of my life. She was the one I never saw coming, and she’s the one who keeps me on my toes and excited for the next day. We both began our relationship not really anticipating much from it, but by the time I proposed it surprised us both just how deep our love had taken root. This wonderful woman, my beautiful bride, has wholly absorbed my heart and my attention. And with the brief background I’m about to share, I hope you’ll get a grasp as to how vital and all-encompassing that is for me.

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Two-Words Deep

I love knowing how widespread Improvisational Comedy has become. I love that YouTube is filled with professional, independent, amateur, and hodgepodge groups of people getting together to create plain nonsense.

And I love that the concept of “Yes, And” has a place in mainstream conversation, business professionalism, and personal interaction. 

I would like to help flush out this principle a bit and give any interested party an exercise that can be applied individually or as part of a group, whether alone in your house or surrounded by expensive suits.

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Thoughts on a Sunday, Pt. 1

The image comes from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It is not my intellectual property. I borrowed it from the internet.

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and I absolutely believe in God. Beyond that, I bear confidence that He truly exists. I say this humbly yet resolute. And believe you me, I understand the waves this can drudge up.

I’m not interested in arguing, convincing, or pressing an issue. Instead, and amidst the inevitable abundance of religious content in the world, I hope to provide a perspective and testimony to something I claim on my own and without threat or persuasion.

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oh, another picture…

I have a stubborn outlook concerning pictures. I find them absolutely magical, but something to be pursued sparingly and with great attention and feeling. I believe in living in the moment first and foremost, and then should the connection be there, I’ll snap a photo.

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