Parenting can be absolutely exhausting. I had one of these days last week. We just welcomed our third boy, Soul River Thompson, into the world. I took all three boys to Pullen Park for the evening so Daphne, my wife,
(Photo by Dmitry Ratushny on Unsplash) You know what scares me? This. Writing. And sharing that writing. Trying to communicate what’s in my head and heart in some coherent fashion. But that’s part of why I do it. Because it scares me. Why
Photo by Quinten de Graaf on Unsplash It was our company’s biggest event of the year. Something we do every year to celebrate our partners. I’m seven months into my new job. This was the first time I was being introduced to many in
(Photo by Ben White on Unsplash) Can I ask you a question? How often are you authentically, genuinely yourself? For me, it’s not enough. The word ‘authentic’ gets thrown around a lot these days. But I dig it! Real; genuine; not false
Soul River Thompson: We welcomed Soul River Thompson into the world this weekend! My wife, Daphne, was a champ! It was our third child. All boys! Even our golden retriever Spirit’s a boy. Praise God everything went well! Mommy
(Photo by JD Mason on Unsplash) I’ve got airplanes on my mind. As a professional athlete, I flew a whole heck of a lot. And my job now as a sales consultant in the auto industry requires me to fly frequently as well.
REGRET: an expression of distressing emotion – a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over something that has happened or been done. It’s a nasty word. Just the sound of it makes you squirm in your seat. Makes you feel