Tag Archives: Joshua Radin

Finding Grace: Morning Walks with Youngest Child

I’m a walker. I love how it’s basically a super easy exercise that gets me outdoors and enjoying the fresh air. Even better, it shakes loose all the tension and packed in thoughts. It gets me working through problems and … Continue reading

Posted in Learning, Musing | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The One Word Resolution – 2017: Commit

Things that make me especially happy and a bit grateful today: My whole family and I having today off. Having another week before I start a class. As one who works in education, I am also ever grateful for winter … Continue reading

Posted in Musing | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

When Writing Gets Hard

  I would never have thought that I’d get to a point where I’d say “man, writing is hard.” It’s not that I don’t think it can be hard. It’s not that I ever doubt anyone else when they say … Continue reading

Posted in Writing | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Pushing Through

I thought about titling this “Pushing Through the Wall”, but sometimes, it isn’t a wall. Sometimes it’s sludge. Sometimes it’s those static-clingy things like packing peanuts. Or what feels like super glue. Or… well, I think you see my point. … Continue reading

Posted in Musing, Writing | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

I Missed You

My friend Tory sent me a link a couple of days ago for Joshua Radin’s new song, “I Missed You”. I have a couple other songs of his, but this one really caught me at the right moment. Only a … Continue reading

Posted in Listening, Musing, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment