Weekly Debriefs 2018

Weekly Reflection : 08/04/2018

Posted by on Aug 4, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

This week, my son wanted to play with custom action figures of characters created by me and my friend Phil for the feature films I directed during college. He just knows them as “Dadda’s and his friend Phil” for now, but it’s still cool that he likes them.

So, yeah. Life. It’s August now. We’re nearer to the end of the year than the beginning of it. Summer will be finished in eight weeks, though it will feel like it has ended in four. This has been one of the fastest years of my life, but it has been full. And good, despite it’s many challenges.

Here’s one I faced this week.

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Weekly Reflection : 07/28/2018

Posted by on Jul 28, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

Real Life Reaction to hearing that my son pee-pee’d in the Potty.

 

Thanks for stopping into my little corner of the internet.

It’s a beautiful day here in Wilmngton, DE. It’s hot, humid, and sunny. I love it. I hope that wherever you are and whatever you are doing, you love it, too.

I hope that you are living the life you want to live; and if you are not, I hope you are taking steps toward that end. Life is a gift that God has given us against all manner of statistical improbability. Savor it.

Here’s what’s up with me as I close this week.

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Weekly Reflection : 07/21/2018

Posted by on Jul 22, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

Yeah, this pic’s a day late.

Hello, hello. Also, welcome. Another week in 2018 has passed, and here we are tell of it. I’ve been thinking a bit lately about weekly schedules. Sure, I have a morning routine and am developing a mid-evening one, too; but my weeks remain relatively fluid. I have heard that some¬†entrepreneurs¬† and business types have made a practice of not only scheduling their days but also making certain weekly routines as part of life’s ebb-and-flow. I am beginning to wonder if that’s worth adding into my own life.

We shall see. For more reflections, updates, and so forth, keep reading.

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Weekly Reflection : 07/14/2018

Posted by on Jul 14, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

Here’s to another week of life, to the good that has come and the people blessed by it!

I’ve had my fair share of decent days this past week. Granted, the ebbs and flows had high’s and low’s, but every week from now until glory will be that way. It’s how life is this side of things. And that’s not bad. I think folks my age were trained to believe that challenges, discomforts, and hardships are always negative and to be avoided at all costs. As someone who used to work out 6 days a week with a solid regimen, I know that’s not the case. Some challenges yield great rewards; some discomforts force us to develop, and some hardship can be the catalyst that brings new strength. So, yeah, some things are difficult, but that’s not always bad. At least it doesn’t have to be.

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Weekly Reflection : 07/07/2018

Posted by on Jul 7, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

‘Sup, earth.

Aaaaaand, we now live in the month of July, having officially crossed the halfway mark of 2018. Seriously, how in the world is live passing this quickly? I understand it has to do with relativity and the fact that as we get older each year is a smaller percentage of our lives; ergo, they seem to pass by far more quickly even though time itself has been constant.

But this science doesn’t always help. It just means that next year is going to go even faster, and I have too much I’m still trying to do.

I feel like I need a freeze-ray, for time: The TimeFreezer. There’s a movie I can pitch.

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Weekly Reflection : 06/30/2018

Posted by on Jun 30, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

I got nothing but smiles once I am into my morning routine!

So, I am going to warn you in advance: proceed at your own risk. This week, things got a bit dark. I do that.

On a light note before that looming cloud drops its maelstrom, I think it’s worth reminding all of us that God is real and perfect. Whatever he allows to happen, whatever he chooses to do, however he chooses to do it—he’s making the right call. Every. Single. Time. That’s what makes him God.

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