love does.

Yesterday on my way home to pick up Bryan after dropping Jacey off at swim, I noticed a homeless man sitting under a bridge. While that is a fairly common sight here in Vegas, it isn’t very common up in my part of town. He wasn’t holding a sign, he wasn’t begging, just sitting there.

bruised knees.

Saturday, I spent a good chunk of the day, photographing swimmers from Jacey’s swim team. I’ve become somewhat of the team photographer, unofficially. I had to stop, before I was ready, because my body was screaming at me. I sat there the rest of the day, sulking inside because I wasn’t getting to do what

So, what are you giving up?

In many Christian denominations, it is traditional to give up or “fast” from something that we find pleasure in during the 40 days before Easter, the season of Lent. This act alone does not bring us closer to God if we are only doing it out of obligation and not with the right “heart”. Why