Posts Tagged ‘quest’

Why Being Happy Matters

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
Being happy

Do you want to make the world a better place? Try being happy.


Two Months on the Road

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

It’s official. We’ve been traveling for two months. For two months, we’ve been living in an RV, moving from town to town, making our way up the East Coast of the United States. For two months, we’ve shared a small living space, a space where we sleep, eat, work, and play together. A space that […]


Savannah Artist Proves There’s No Such Thing as Too Late or Too Old

Friday, June 24th, 2011

I met Bill Rousseau at the City Market Art Center. My family was walking through the studio galleries, marveling at the talent and weeping at the beauty we couldn’t bring home. Some of us wept inwardly while some of us, namely Emma, cried very outwardly at the injustice of not being able to buy watercolor […]


How To “Just Be”: A Learn-As-I-Go Guide

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

I wrote Monday about my desire to spend the next two months learning to “Just Be”. Yes, it’s something I need to learn. After writing that post and posing the question, What does “just being” mean to you?, I found myself thinking of a post Faiqa once wrote about how we often discuss the things […]


What Craigslist Taught Me About Life Being A Journey

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Jared came into the house to grab a neon yellow rope and to make sure I looked outside. He was trying not to laugh, but I could barely understand him around his half-suppressed giggles. “Oh man… seem like… nice kids… you have to see…” Still laughing to himself, he went back outside to finish helping the […]