The Story of Not Enough

Some days, I feel like I’m squeezing myself into a world that is already too small — a world full of teachers who teach better and artists who create better and musicians who play better and writers who write better.  As I try to make a place for myself, everyone seems to say “Thank you, but there’s … Read More

The Story of Someday Maybe

Sometimes I imagine myself packing up everything most important to me in the back seat of my car and leaving. I’m not sure where I would go, but I would pack up my G.K. Chesterton books and and my journals and my $20 camping tent from Target and some clothes and a few granola bars and drive until … Read More

This is just the beginning.

Everyone has a story.  We start our stories on blank pages, choosing which parts we remember and which parts we forget, choosing whether to make ourselves wise or broken or funny.  We tell stories as a way of reaching out to other people and reminding ourselves that we are not alone in our … Read More