A Small Spark vs. a Great Forest

I am a revolutionary. You wouldn’t know it just by looking at me. I wear nondescript clothes and I live in a nondescript house in a nondescript town deep in the backwoods of rural Maine. On a day-to-day basis, I take care of my kids, clean my house, spend time with my wife, and play … Continue reading A Small Spark vs. a Great Forest



My son has autism. It’s not something I talk about very much. Not because I’m ashamed of him or because I want to pretend everything is okay. It’s just kind of an awkward topic. How do you even bring something like that up with another person? “So, how are you?” “Oh I’m fine. How are … Continue reading Patterns