I had the opportunity to guest post at one of my favorite blogs, and I am posting it here as well. It wasn’t long after being introduced to Batman that my son began talking about Batman’s Daddy. From what I gather, he’s basically bigger, older, and has more authority than Batman. Such as, “No one can touch … More Batman and Fatherhood
Our daughter and two sons were very excited about the little baby in mommy’s tummy and hoped it was a girl. I guess because getting tackled from behind by a rough boy can take a toll on anyone after a couple hundred hits. My wife and I returned after the ultrasound. “Guess what?” we both smiled, “IT’S-A-BOY!!!” … More It’s A …! Having Children Irresponsibly
Recently, I’ve seen a lot of rainbows that look like this: I almost forgot about the ones that look like this: In fact, in the middle of a spaghetti dinner, a rainbow -no, a double rainbow, appeared through our window. We greeted it with some shouting, dancing, God-thanking, and more dancing. Attempts to return the kids to dinner … More Re-Thinking Rainbows
I’m pretty good at throwing axes. Don’t believe me? Watch this. But does that make me manly? Just to add confusion to that question, I’ll tell you that we borrowed these axes from a group of Mormon girls camping near-by. I digress. What I really want to ask is, “Do muscles, sports, and beer-drinking-abilities make … More Axe-throwing and Manliness
I loved having the opportunity to review Fr. Spitzer’s latest book, “Finding True Happiness: Satisfying Our Restless Hearts.” Because, come on, who doesn’t want that? Not at all what I expected from a priest, I think, because he lays the foundation as a scientist. His analysis of the role of your subconscious or unconscious thoughts … More Finding True Happiness
Point to the source of your greatness. Over an insanely delicious brunch, a good friend and I caught up. Amidst sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy, I weighed in on the question, “What should I do with my life?” I offered that we should seek to achieve greatness by harnessing the skills and abilities we have. … More Were you made for greatness?