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Experience Freedom.

I got an email from my good friend Shalyn last week that said: “AMAZING. Please write a blog post about it. People are incredible. Gosh 120 years ago we couldn’t fly. Now we base jump.”  And then there was a link to this video, As the maid of honor in her wedding this summer, I’m … Continue reading

Sweet Spot

noun: the area around the center of mass of a bat, racket, or head of a club that is the most effective part with which to hit a ball. This was the only definition of sweet spot that I could (easily) find online.  Interesting because I’ve been using the term “sweet spot” a lot recently and … Continue reading

Shalom: Revisted

I just returned home from a 6-day Young Life backpacking trip in the San Juan mountains of Colorado.  I was with a group of high school students and two trained guides – 14 of us in total.  We hiked 40 miles with 30+ pounds on our backs.  We slept outside in fly tents, didn’t shower … Continue reading

Snowboarding and Shalom

A few months ago I was in California visiting some friends.  On my way back to Chicago I had one of the most bizarre experiences of my life.  (As I typed that, I double-checked my memory to make sure it was an accurate statement and as far as I can think back, it is.)  Anyways, … Continue reading

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