Small Town, USA: I Owe You An Apology

I never felt comfortable in my home town. It never quite felt like home. My skin would crawl when I had been there too long, and my heart seemed to ache for all the places I had never been... but never for home. As a teenager, I was terrified of getting trapped in my small…

Breakfast and Jesus: Take It In

In the past week, I've written the majority of a feature length screenplay that I'm working on. I have no idea what I'm doing, but I'm doing it really hard. I didn't get as much work done this weekend as I would have liked to, but that's okay because I was volunteering at a film…

You Can’t Go Forward

Today has been maybe one of the longest days of my life. Let's just say that Atlanta is trudging through a snowpocalypse. I mean seriously. Devastation. It's practically a wasteland.Did I mention there are about two inches of snow?As I was sitting in my bathroom floor asking God to speak to me this morning, it…

Difference and Oneness

I called my best friend a few nights ago to discuss a few different things. New Year's, new boys, new dreams, new ideas. I scurried into my bathroom, closed the door, and sat on the floor just like Mama taught me to. It's my safe place. Always.I asked if I could run a few ideas…