At a certain point after talking to a lot of people about the benefits of blogging, it becomes necessary to start one. I fear falling into that critical adage- ‘those who can’t, teach.’ Actually, I was just waiting for Starbucks to offer free wifi so that my budding blogging career could develop for free outside the confines of home internet. I’d hate to credit Time Warner for all this.
This being my first blog and considering its pro bono nature, I hereby reserve the right to not know what I’m doing, ramble at undisclosed lengths, and receive complimentary beverages at any and all coffee shops I end up blogging at.
I’m not really sure what the direction of this blog will ultimately take, but I’m profoundly interested in the Bible, I studied architecture, and I’m alive. Hence the tag line. I make no promises though and since you probably also have no expectations I think we’re a match.
I’m 27 and have graduated from the University of Texas (in 2005 only 22% of Americans had a Bachelor’s degree), married the girl I took to high school prom, and owned a house. I’m a morning person who inevitably stays up too late. My favorite author is Marcel Proust. I’ve managed to read half of his oceanic novel which surges with 1.5 million words and where paragraph indents are rare. Notable places I’ve visited include Tokyo, Paris, London, Rio, Sydney. I have family on 3 continents.
And now I have a blog.