Football (particularly the Pittsburgh Steelers)

National Parks

Obscure references to hobbits

A bit of all those and more will appear here from time to time.

Once when asked where I call home, I responded: “I-71.” My family lived in Cleveland Heights at the time; I lived in Louisville. Many, many times I drove that road. I have moved and my family has scattered (although my partner still live in Cleveland). Yet travel still fills many, many of my days. From life to death to what comes after, we journey. Tolkien and others have used the image of the Road. I opt for the Trail.

I am a follower of Jesus, a Presbytery teaching elder (first time I have ever typed those words to describe myself), a seeker of justice and pursuer of peace (recognizing that I fall far short – always – of my calling and my intentions), a husband, a father, a son, a friend, a traveler on the Trail. More than a bit of gray fills my beard.

Through poems, photos, and musings, I seek to process my experiences on this blog.

Postings represent the opinions and experiences of the author and do not in any way represent the positions of the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), its subsidiaries, or anyone else.


3 responses to “About

  1. Hi, how are you?

    Good news, I would like to personally hand you the “BEST MOMENT AWARD“. Congratulations and enjoy the rest of the day!

  2. Believer

    Hi, I haven’t met you in person, but I do know you through my daughter (I’m Stephy’s mom). Since I’m new to WordPress I was just reading around and stumbled across your blog. By the way, great blog!

  3. Anna Alaszewski

    Hi, I’m trying to get in touch with you thought can’t find details on your blog. It would be great if you could drop me an email. Thanks!

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