Tag Archives: COVID-19

Best of 2021 (TV and Film)

Last year, I didn’t do a best of list. Probably because we were in the throes of the pandemic and I didn’t have much motivation to look back with affection. This year, though we are still very much in a pandemic, things feel a little different. Perhaps I have accepted the new normal. Perhaps I […]

Becoming a Father (Round 2)

If we had to heave our first child into existence, our second floated toward us on a gentle stream. We had only been trying for four months when we found out we were pregnant with number two. When Jennifer took a pregnancy test this time around, there was hardly any waiting before it blinked positive. […]

Fear: A Discernment Checklist

I am not usually prone to fear. I am an Enneatype 4 which, by virtue of being in the relational/heart triad, means that my Achilles heal is typically shame. Shame – that underlying sense of somehow being inherently wrong or deficient or not good enough – is something the contours of which I have traversed […]