September 14, 2013 – San Diego, California

Weekend Links: September 13, 2013

  • We put out the Milo Greene SerialBox Session yesterday. Really great to have that out there for everyone to see now and I hope everyone really loves their songs as much as I do.
  • Saw the Tree Ring last weekend, and confirmed that they have written some of my favorite songs.

  • Brandon shared this TED Talk with me on how studies show that being happy leads to better work. (I laughed out loud at 8:30 ... I'll let you see why.)

  • Hard to believe 9/11 was twelve years ago. Came across these photos TIME put out on the anniversary. Sobering and powerful photos.

  • How about this masterpiece starring Phoenix:

June 14, 2012 – San Diego, CA

Four years

It's hard to believe today marks four years of marriage. Every day married to Lacey seems to get better. And I am eternally grateful for the sharpening and intimacy that marriage brings out in me.

A few things that stick out from this year:

  • I so often catch myself thinking about Lacey when driving somewhere and smiling at our interaction. Our humor has meshed so much over the past few years.
  • She is still so beautiful to me.
  • Even as intimate as you feel you are, there is always more to explore. The unity of souls is a lifelong process.



December 21, 2010

2.5 (or so)

I can’t believe it has been about two and a half years since I married the loveliest woman in the world. This is the kind of post that is typically reserved for an anniversary, but I can’t help myself.

The other day, I was driving home and thinking about how truly lucky I am to have married Lacey. Her love, her character, her spirit, her beauty, her servanthood are all to be praised. I am so thankful for her presence in my life and her love for the Lord.

A post on a blog would never be able to contain what I feel for my wife, but I wanted to proclaim to those of you who do read this how thankful I am for the gift of marriage to Lacey. She sharpens me, she challenges me, she loves me…

Lacey’s companionship is the Christmas gift that keeps on giving. Thank you Lacey. I am an incredibly lucky man.

(Top photo by Huy Nguyen, bottom by Sean Walker.)