Love is a verb and a noun
Having been through several long-term relationships, and recently ended an engagement, I've come to believe that love is an intense and seductive emotion, but also a behavior that we choose every day—and that the two are not mutually exclusive.
Summer and Fall 2013
This past year I learned the need to trust first impressions and intuition, and internalized that love is both a noun and a verb.
Memories of Kent
A letter to Kent, recounting memories that have made a lasting impression on me.
Natal Chart Report
Because astrology is on point.
At 30, dealing with my first family death
Grandpa Kent Wrench is dying as I write this, and I'm 2,800 miles away and emotionally detached.
Tell stories that matter
When we start to realize that we’re not going to be here forever, we become aware that it’s not clear what it meant to be here at all. —David Solie Right now, in this moment, I can articulate what matters [...]
A soccer phenom is born
Learning to do the rainbow took me about 6 months. Let's see what can be accomplished in 6 seconds.
Summer and Fall 2012
Some of the best photos and memories from last year.
Nothingness and randomness cannot exist, but what about infinity?
I've been working on a thought experiment regarding the existence of 'nothingness', 'randomness', and 'particles'. I'm stuck at a paradox.
Hiking the Marin Headlands
It took me two years to since moving to the Bay Area to go hiking in the Marin Headlands, but wow, I'm sure glad I finally went—it's incredibly beautiful, with rolling, rocky, mountainous countryside that's vaguely reminiscent of Scotland, for those who have never been. And seeing the Pacific Ocean from those heights gave me a smidgeon of an idea of just how unfathomably large that horizon actually is.
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