I dislike winter. No, that’s not quite it. I actively hate winter. I hate it so much. I hate the cold I feel in my joints. I hate the long, long nights. I hate the gloomy overcast skies. I hate that I know people who live outside in this, and that every year, some of them die … [Read more...] about I hate winter.
They say as you get older, your brain plasticity decreases. It literally gets harder to learn. The good news, however, is that you can combat it, by constantly trying to learn new things. Over last weekend, I read this book, about the science of learning. And learning quickly. … [Read more...] about Learning New Things
As I mentioned before, I am in a time of new routines, and as a result I broke one of my cardinal rules for managing my ADHD – only make one change at a time. You see this a lot at the beginning of the year. People will decide to change their eating habits, join a gym, … [Read more...] about One change at a time
Today is Throwback Thursday, where I dust off things from the vault and share them again. In 2011, I was at the first ever Wild Goose Festival, which was then at Shakori Hills in North Carolina. I was a speaker there that year, and a bunch of us were sitting around when Travis … [Read more...] about The Jesus I know
It was Tuesday morning, and I had just gotten to work when I got the call. It was Nessie, Lena’s daughter. “Momma died this morning, Hugh. Can you come over to the house? We are waiting for the funeral home.” “Of course. I will be right there.” It’s never convenient. … [Read more...] about Sitting in the dark with a friend. Again.