Mondays are traditionally days of dread; the weekend is over and it's back to the grind. I am currently off Sun/Mon, so my Mondays aren't quite the same as most peoples. Still, it's typically a day of rest...especially if I've taken a road trip recently, like yesterday's drive to Missouri. However, I had yet another trip … Continue reading Ghosts of the Past →
There's a small town southwest of Springfield, Missouri called Paris Springs. Well, "town" is generous; technically it's a "small unincorporated community". It probably wouldn't even be that, but it has a special lifeblood: it sits on old Route 66. In Paris Springs, there's a small service station called Gary's Gay Parita. It's an odd name, but … Continue reading The Turning of Time →
When I saw the weather forecast for this weekend, which called for sunny skies and sixty+ degree temperatures, I knew a road trip was necessary. I haven't done much since traveling in the New Year and I was itching to put some more miles on the odometer. Samantha had to work a show for the Tulsa … Continue reading Sunrise to Sunset →
I remember the day I saw Dad's new 2005 Mustang for the first time; he had driven down from Topeka, Kansas to visit Mom. Although they were divorced (and had been for a little while by then) acceptance was tough for him, which meant frequent visits. He had bought my Ford Focus a few months … Continue reading Built for the Road Ahead →
I was featured on this weekend's local broadcast of 'Explore Tulsa' where I got the opportunity to talk about my photography and the inspiration behind it. Check it out!
Good Morning, 2015. It's good to finally meet you. The last year has been incredible for me. I traveled thousands of miles, shared many warm moments with family and friends, and smiled so frequently that the darker times are greatly diminished in my memory. It's the year I decided that getting married again was something I really … Continue reading Road Trips and Renewal →