Weekly Web Wanderings: I’m Going to France in 2033

It’s that special time of the week where I condense the very best of my world wide web wanderings into a single post. As always, you can follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest for all my wonderful web wanderings as they occur throughout the week. Onward to the WWW! ARTICLE So, apparently this Mont Saint-Michel place in France turns into an island every 18 years because of the rising “supertide.” WHAT. Is it insane if I went ahead and put a trip to France on […]

Weekly Web Wanderings: To Live in a Van

This is an exciting day. After a year-long hiatus, I’m finally bringing it back: my favorites from the last week in Internet! It’s The Weekend WOW — — actually, introducing my new series, Weekly Web Wanderings. WWW will similarly feature my favorite discoveries from this past week on the Internet, including music and blogs and tweets and whatever else I deem worthy of your wandering. You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook for my wonderful web wanderings as they occur throughout the […]

The Best of 2014: My #1 Blog Post of the Year

It’s been fun counting down my top blog posts of the year as the sun sets on 2014. It was a unique year of blogging between a stable life in California and an anything-but-stable life on the road. Interestingly enough, all five of my most read posts of the year came from that former time of stability. In case you missed any of my countdown, here’s a quick rundown of the top-4: At #5, it was “Donald Miller Hates Going to […]

Just Keep Walking Inland

I was never a big Jars of Clay fan; I’m a horrible Christian kid of the 90’s, I know. Give me Steven Curtis Chapman or give me death. Lately, though, Jars of Clay’s stuff has resonated. Especially their more recent creations meshed with my current season of life. Enter my latest struggles. Enter five months of this #RunningTo life on the road. Enter Inland. It’s easy for any introvert to use that definite facet of your personality as an out. Oh, I don’t need many people in my […]

The Weekend WOW: Star Wars VII Excitement Edition

Throughout any given week, I strive to share tantalizing meaningful mesmerizing epiK things on my Twitter and Facebook. At the end of the week, I condense the very best of Internetdom into a WOW-tastic blog post I call The Weekend WOW. And what a wonderful WOW-tastic week on the World Wide Web it was.  + WOW what a tantalizing video: Last WOW, I geeked out over the first image from Bad Robot and the set of Star Wars Episode VII. But wait, there’s […]

The Weekend WOW: Nothing Mother’s Day Related Edition

Throughout any given week, I strive to share perfect pictorial tear-jerking relevant things on my Twitter and Facebook. At the end of the week, I condense the very best of Internetdom into a WOW-tastic blog post I call The Weekend WOW. The only “Mother’s Day” thing I could think to post was that Kevin Durant video that everyone’s already seen. Still. What a wonderful WOW-tastic week on the World Wide Web it was. + WOW what a perfect pictorial tweet: From the […]

The Weekend WOW: Christian Tingle Edition

Throughout any given week, I strive to share hilarious fascinating relatable powerful things on my Twitter and Facebook. At the end of the week, I condense the very best of Internetdom into a WOW-tastic blog post I call The Weekend WOW. And what a wonderful WOW-tastic week on the World Wide Web it was.  + WOW what a hilarious Tripp & Tyler video: “Christian Tingle.” Because if you’re saving hand-holding for marriage, then PRAISE DADDY, this Tripp & Tyler masterpiece is for you. […]

On This Good and Not-So-Good Friday

27 years ago, I was born on Good Friday. I spent that Easter Sunday of 1987 in a blessed hospital, though the specifics are a bit fuzzy. I haven’t celebrated a “true” Good Friday birthday since I was 5 years old, and I won’t celebrate another Good Friday birthday until I turn 84. This year, my mid-April birthday fell closer to Good Friday than it has in the last decade of Good Fridays. Over the last 24 hours, removed from the ritualistic confines of “church” for […]