Seeing God in his face

Today is Monday, September 18, 2017. Nicholas and I met during my freshman year at Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio. We were in the same Intro to Theater class and were playing an icebreaker game for the first session. There was a blue ball that was passed around, and whoever had it introduced themselves and… Continue reading Seeing God in his face

Flipping the bird to the Big Guy (a downside of being a drama kid)

I've always been a bit of a drama queen. As I've mentioned before on this blog, I was quite a precocious child in certain ways. I was loud, obnoxious, and emotional. I was knighted by my second grade teacher as "Sir Talks A Lot," which I ended up finding annoying, so I threw a fit… Continue reading Flipping the bird to the Big Guy (a downside of being a drama kid)

A quiet yearning

I sit at my desk on a Tuesday afternoon, and I hear some hip hop music playing faintly in the background. Voices talking, yelling, laughing. On my screen there's a headline that reads "North Korea warns 'more gift packages' are on the way as Donald Trump arms Japan, South Korea." I walk down the street… Continue reading A quiet yearning