Words of wisdom from a man in a sweater.

Nov 25

I have no real profound thoughts today, as I sit in my office in sweats and baseball cap and wonder what road I may ultimately end up walking professionally. I’m still in this amazingly, frighteningly, wonderfully, awkward time of transition – and I have experienced a gamut of emotions along the journey thus far. There’s that uplifting rush that comes from imagining a world of possibilities. And there’s the dread that comes from imagining hopes dashed. And in the middle, there’s this amazing thing called everyday life. There’s marriage, and family, and friendships, and prayer. There’s laughter and music and reading and cooking. There’s freelance jobs and the joy of writing and the launch of a company and the “oh, can I really do this?” followed…

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