When I was 17 years old I joined the Louisiana Air National Guard. I was whisked away to San Antonio, Texas for Basic Training and then bused up to Wichita Falls for Tech School. Afterwards, I would spend the next 21 years with some of the greatest men and women I'd ever meet. With numerous … Continue reading An Important Reminder
We are distracted. One quick look around and it's evident everywhere you go. It's in line at the store, in waiting rooms, and even at traffic lights. Our noses are permanently affixed to our devices. Humans are addicted to knowing, to being in the loop, and wanting to be the first to know. Our minds … Continue reading Are Your Distractions Good or Evil?
When my son was born he didn't come with an instruction manual, DVD, or QR code on how to use. One moment he wasn't here and the next he was. At the time I was amazed not only at having him in our lives of course, but how my wife and I entered the hospital … Continue reading The Relationship Between Fatherhood and Guilt