After I dropped my sis and her boyfriend (NOW FIANCÉ WHAT?!) Ben off at the airport last July, she sent me this edited text from the airport: (*edited): Mountains and gear and 5-in-5’s and 14’ers and pastra prima 😉 and tent cards … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about professional creative work is collaborating with other minds purely for the sake of cultivating cool things (versus simply doing work for self-promotion, greater influence, and money). Of course I run a business and therefore … Continue reading
This past summer I wrote a post about a trip me and some friends took to Montana. We spent four days fly fishing, sitting by the fireplace, shooting guns, playing yard games, resting, and enjoying the great American northwest. With … Continue reading
The best weddings are the ones that leave you filled with hope, joy, and assurance that you just witnessed something really good. Michael, the youngest of 4 brothers (but certainly not the smallest) is a big softy and romantic. He … Continue reading
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It’s here! I finally have a logo. My awesome graphic design friend Peter created the logo and I think he did an incredible job. I love the simplicity but uniqueness of the design. It really looks good anywhere. Here are … Continue reading
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Here is a short story my friend Justin wrote. After I read it, I was so moved by it’s truth and power I immediately asked him if I could share it. I hope you are encouraged, as I was, by … Continue reading
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Vimeo recently added a new function, which I think is innovative, smart, and awesome. It’s called the “Tip Jar.” Vimeo has prided itself in being the best quality video service on the internet in terms of it’s HD player, and … Continue reading
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Around a year ago or so my brother, Daniel, embarked on an inspired project, one designed by BIG dreams and a lot of passion. A for-profit business, which encourages life-changing culture and motives people to live life like a remarkable … Continue reading
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There is an awkward familiarity about returning to a place you lived for four years, knowing it will be a short-lived visit. Usually my returns to Waco, TX included the feeling of a new semester, the excitement of living with … Continue reading