Standing for What is Right

“A man without ethics is like a wild beast loosed upon the earth.”        – Albert Carnus Today, I had the opportunity to attend a wonderful conference on ethics entitled “Doing the Right Thing.” It is the product of a video series done by Chuck Colson, Robert George, and others discussing the complete breakdown … Continue reading

Car Saga, Part 2

I gained another stripe in my march towards independence this afternoon. Dad suggested that I unscrew the battery cables and scrape them off, then screw them back on to see if a bad connection was the issue. He gave me detailed instructions over the phone, and I set out to my car with a screwdriver, two … Continue reading

Cars = A Necessary Evil

Gertrude (my car – name courtesy of Rachel and Ashleigh) has been so good to me over the past 4 years. When you have a good car, it’s very easy to take for granted that it will start every morning when you go to leave for school. And then one morning it doesn’t. Thankfully, it’s … Continue reading

Life Lessons

Life Lesson #1: Skipping one day of class does not cause the world to cave in. Nor does it cause the professor to call you out the next time you are in class. Legal disclaimer: DO NOT try this during your first year of law school. I take no responsibility for what may occur if … Continue reading

An Exercise in Faith

To my loyal blog followers: First, I would like to apologize for neglecting my blog for so long. No, I did not fall off the face of the planet. The last four weeks have been a crazy rollercoaster. While I have thought about writing often, I have not been able to pull my thoughts together … Continue reading