• Days of Our Lives…

    On the plus side, I now have an intimate knowledge of the inner workings of my GE Select washing machine.  Why you may ask… well, it has recently been stopping randomly during the wash cycle.  Not so cool when you go to put your clothes …

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  • Just Be

    As I was driving to pick up my daughter from school today, I felt like I had hit a bit of a photographic jackpot when I came across these wooden crates stacked up.  It was almost like someone had strategically placed the red pallet in …

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  • Things Hoped For

    I really felt fortunate today with my ‘Everyday Aesthetic’ shot.  There’s a small walk bridge near my house that I’ve always admired for it’s repeating lines and elements in the architecture.  I decided to pull off the road today real quick and grab a few …

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  • Starting a New Art Photography Project

    Last year, I worked on a photography project where I photographed and art style image each day.  It was initially going to be a 365 project, but we had some huge drama in our lives, and it ended up being about a 185 day project …

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  • Meekness Does Not Equal Weakness

    As I’ve gotten older, I find that I’m much quicker to say what I think, especially when something pisses me off.  (pardon the frankness)  When I’m insulted, degraded, or accused of one fault or another, part of me wants to open up a verbal octagon …

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  • Sintane Market in Smyrna, TN – Great Laos and Thai Food – Kao Piak

    Of all the things I could throw into a blog today holus bolus style, I think I’m going to to just talk about a lunch that I had this week at Sintane Market in Smyrna, TN. Which, since we’re on the topic was something entirely …

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  • Celebrating 12,783 Days of Life

    That’s right you mathematician, I turned 35.  It wasn’t bummed about getting older, it just seemed like another birthday to me.  In fact, after I stopped dying my hair and revealed that I was already the coolest looking guy with gray hair, I feel like …

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  • Sourdough Saga – The Resurrection

    When last I wrote, it was a sad entry in the sourdough saga.  After one missed feeding, my sourdough starter had seemed to die.  No rise, no bubbles, no pleasant sour smell, there was just nothing except a vinegar type stink coming from the jar.  …

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  • When I’m Not Rescuing Kittens

      When I’m not saving the world and small kittens from imminent danger, this is usually what occupies my time.  On just about any given day, I spend most of it with these little gems.  64 GB of Sandisk memory cards.  In case you’re wondering, …

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  • Embracing a New Chapter

    Today was somewhat of a big day for me. (and my family)  We took a plunge after about 8 months and committed to be members at Oasis Church in Nashville.  I say that it’s a big plunge because I have honestly been at least a …

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