Braving the Rainbow Rocks and Raging Rapids of Glacier National Park

A few years ago, I was scrolling through Pinterest when I came upon this picture, a gorgeous alpine lake with rainbow pebbles. I smiled at it for a long time, imagining myself basking in the glory of rainbow pebbles like a dragon in her hoard. Then I did a bit of research and was greatly … More Braving the Rainbow Rocks and Raging Rapids of Glacier National Park

My Second Art Dump – ft. Characters, Cats, and More Babies

With the copious amount of time these days, I’ve been amusing myself with voyaging more hopelessly into the vast world of art. I have even dared, for the very first time, to draw some of my characters and will subsequently be introducing two of them to you. I hope you enjoy these glimpses into my … More My Second Art Dump – ft. Characters, Cats, and More Babies

Gaining the Right Perspective in Creating – ft. C.S. Lewis

Recently I’ve been re-reading The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, and like pretty much every other book of his that I’ve read, I learn something new every time I read it. But for a relatively theological book, I never expected it would have something relevant to the poetry, story, music, and art loving part of … More Gaining the Right Perspective in Creating – ft. C.S. Lewis

Search for Happiness // an abc poem

Some artistic people don’t like boundaries in their creative process. They think it’s too strict, too limiting, too extinguishing of creativity. I…am not one of those people. I’ve found that guidelines help channel the explosion of rainbow sparkles that is my creativity into a productive way, which is always a good thing. Especially with poetry. … More Search for Happiness // an abc poem