It's late and we've just gotten home from flying in from Barbados, but I've got to write all this down now while it's fresh on my mind. From January 3 to now, this has unequivocally been the best time of my life.
If you read my last post, you know that I married my best friend, Courtney Moser, on Friday, January 3. It was a small, beautiful ceremony at the renovated Providence Cotton Mill in Maiden, NC with just my parents, her mother and family friend, and our two kids, Avett and Kynlee,...
2019 was a year I will never forget. I read an article recently on The New York Times about how the "2010s were the end of normal"...and 2019 undoubtedly put a resounding exclamation point on that statement. I won't get in much detail, but for me...it was a good thing.
For what it's worth, I feel like things got better from 2010 to 2020, as indicative in this photo below. Since 2018, though, life has shown me greater things than I ever thought imaginable.
Following a very trying...
This weekend I journeyed to a small town in northeastern North Carolina that I have the privilege of calling home.
A populous of slightly less than 600 people, Jackson has always been a charming place, equipped with all the essentials of Southern living, including but not limited to the local churches, fine Southern architecture, and local eateries that always delight. I regret that I was not able to enjoy the Embassy Cafe, though, as they are not open on the weekend, but if you ever get...
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to write a novel.