Stop worrying about what's happening in the past. Start working on what's happening in the future.
Years the house stood vacant on the lot. Damp and dust conjoined; mold grew. Vines broke in, and became trees. Ants turned beams to sand. Winds beat against walls. The house fell, and it sank in to the mud.
A fully functioning miniature steam engine sealed inside a glass case at St. Louis' Union Station Hotel. There seemed to me something poignant about an object designed to travel and breathe finding itself confined in this way. (I grew up on Rev. W. Awdry's Railway Series books, the best known character from which is Thomas the Tank... Continue Reading →
"Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced." The quote is often attributed to Søren Kierkegaard, though I've seen some sources that suggest it didn't actually come from him, with differing evidence as to where it originated. As much as I admire Kierkegaard, I admit I haven't read all... Continue Reading →