Finding a Space for Conversation

Dear America, How did we become so divided? We started out 236 years ago as a group of people looking for new beginnings.  We wanted the freedom to practice our own religions, the ability to have our voices heard in government.  (It is to be noted that we fought for those things at the expense … Continue reading Finding a Space for Conversation

On What It Means to Be a Dog

Last week we watched a friend's dog. And while I've met many dogs over the span of my twenty-four years, this old guy made me think twice about what it means to have a dog, and in return, what it means to be one. See, Sonny is all dog. He woke us up each morning with a thorough … Continue reading On What It Means to Be a Dog

A Photoessay on Life with Each Other

With a wedding on the horizon, Jordan and I have spent a lot of time discussing how we go through life together and how we'd like to do it better. One of the main things we talked about was that when we spend too much time together, we start to forget that there are two … Continue reading A Photoessay on Life with Each Other

On Having Unrealistic Romantic Expectations

We are a culture obsessed with romance. And why shouldn't we be? There's something about a grand gesture made in the name of love that makes our souls swoon. Romance is fun. It's intriguing. And this obsession makes its way into our media--shows like the Bachelor and Bachelorette are watched by millions (I don't really … Continue reading On Having Unrealistic Romantic Expectations