It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

Unwrapping the Wonder in the Ordinary

Nobody expects anything miraculous or beautiful to come from a gas station. Aside from the way the candy is arranged and the different colored liquids that pour out of the soda machines, there isn’t much to leave a customer impressed. Barns aren’t much to look at either. A farmer might find an exceptionally built cow standing in the hay somewhat interesting. Maybe the occasional photographer will take a picture of an old barn against a sunset, but most people barely notice them. My school is much like that barn and gas station. It was built in the 70s. It’s a somewhat square, brick building surrounded by parking lots. People pass it every day on their way to work, and except to avoid h

Who Writes Your Story?

Who doesn’t love a good story? No matter who you are or where you live, I’m sure that this time of year, you’ve heard your share of stories. In the middle of reaching for the potatoes, someone will bring up how his kid elbowed his way to the front at the school play, or a song will come on the radio, and someone in the back seat will start talking about that incredible outdoor concert last summer when it rained but nobody cared. My family and I spent most of Thanksgiving week on my grandpa’s ranch. From the dusty Roy Rogers comic books to the old machinery in the windbreak, everything has a story there. And the place holds so many memories. Down by the creek, my sister thought she was d

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