Making gratitude a habit

On Thanksgiving my friends and I sat around a table crowded with glasses of wine. Green bean casserole, cheesy potatoes made with four sticks of butter, our host Maggie’s first homemade turkey (which she nailed!), and sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows filled our plates. We went around the table and said three things we were… Continue reading Making gratitude a habit

Quieting the noise

Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in— Breathe out— One of my favorite places in New York City is the campus of the General Theological Seminary in Chelsea. As I walk down 21st street between 9th and 10th, the sound of the city is slowly muted. I arrive at its private entrance… Continue reading Quieting the noise

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