Looking past grief to the face of a God who (while not tame) is Good … Read More Between Narnia and Notre Dame
A celebration of big and small things … Read More Twenty-five: a look back
This pink paper vest is doing nothing for me. … Read More EKG or: My Life as an Awkward Medical Comedy
Every time I ask if someone has something to say to the class, I know that there’s a very good chance that one of them will say something that shocks the room or raises a volley of questions. And I’m glad when they do.… Read More Looking a Little Longer: conversation in the classroom
The thing that is both comforting and terrifying about Houston’s insect scene is that if the bugs are there, they are THERE. … Read More Don’t judge a city by its bugs. Or maybe do?
Wait, you didn’t get my Christmas letter in the mail? … Read More A Christmas/New Year’s/Almost February Letter
When a student points to their challenge and says “I can’t,” I almost always find that they can’t because they haven’t yet tried. … Read More Try. Try Again.