August 2019 – I’m off work for some time, waiting for immigration paperwork to clear. Aside from taking care of the home, I plan to spend time writing my book and getting out around the city.
The book has taken a positive turn and seems like it might be a novel rather than a book of essays. I had never considered writing fiction but the words have been coming out fine. It’s nice to have dialog so the voice in my head isn’t the only one talking.
Speaking of books, I published a list of what I’ve been reading over the years. I hope to be adding a substantial amount to the list during my time off.
June 2019 – Sometimes life gets in the way of art but that’s probably how it should be. Summer is here and that draft might have to wait—what a shame it would be to miss the sunset.
March 2019 – The work continues on my travel book project. I’ve got a stack of draft print-offs, a highlighter, a red pen, and a love story to tell. There’s still a lot of work to do but I can see it coming together.
Winter 2018 – I’m working hard on some major writing projects. In the meantime, I’ll leave you with this little rhyme of mine:
This place I write my thoughts for you
“Like happiness, it must ensue.”
Note stories, lived by, held today
From the path, enjoyed, along the way
November 2018 – For the last two months since returning home from our three-month, round-the world honeymoon, my wife and I have been working on apartment projects. We’re getting it cozy and comfortable for a winter of reading, wine, and writing.
September 2018 – I’m back in New York, newly married, and fresh off a three month, round-the-world honeymoon. My wife and I are getting adjusted back to life in the city and establishing a more creative-centered lifestyle here.
August 2018 – I’ll soon be returning home from my wife and my three-month round-the-world honeymoon adventure through Europe, Southeast Asia, and the U.S. I’m working to pen the feelings of love and blessing I am overflowing with.
May 2018 – This summer, I’m getting married and traveling through Europe, Southeast Asia, and the west coast of Canada and the US for three months with my new bride for our honeymoon. I’m excited to share my journey with you so please follow along by RSS.