Carpool Karaoke

One of my favorite things to do in this world is to get in the car and drive while cranking up the radio/iPod/CD player and singing to the tops of my lungs. Mostly, that's because singing is one of my favorite things to do in this world. The driving, I could take it or leave … Continue reading Carpool Karaoke


Remembering Anne

Up until my senior year of high school, my family attended Villa Heights Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia. Up until my junior year of high school, Villa Heights had a fantastic music minister in Anne Eakin. Anne was our worship leader every Sunday morning and evening. Anne was our choir director. And she didn't just … Continue reading Remembering Anne

So Many Questions, Part IV

Are you still paying attention? We've gotten through the first, second, and third parts of this extremely long questionnaire. If you've stuck it out all week, bless you. Let's keep it going... 61. Predict what your life will look like a year from now. I imagine that life will be very different from me this … Continue reading So Many Questions, Part IV

So Many Questions, Part III

Welcome to the third of a five part series of questions. If you missed the first two parts, 1-20 are here and 21-40 are here. Enjoy! 41. Write the first sentence of your obituary. Aaron Lee Peck, bestselling author and inventor of the thing that changed the face of western civilization, died at the age … Continue reading So Many Questions, Part III

Question of the Week #46

When did you last sing to yourself? to someone else? The answer to the first part of this question is always a few minutes ago. 'Cause I'm constantly singing to myself. Sometimes it's something from a Disney movie. Sometimes it's Jason Mraz. Sometimes it's a random praise song that was popular when I was involved … Continue reading Question of the Week #46

Day Sixteen

A Song That Makes Me Cry I know a lot men who refuse to admit that they've ever cried. I'm not one of those men. Granted, I don't cry that often, but that's because I spend a great deal of my time and energy attempting to conceal most of my emotions. I blame that on … Continue reading Day Sixteen

Day One

My Favorite Song You know, I'm not sure that I have a favorite song. Don't get me wrong, I love music. I sort of play the guitar, but not very well. I wish I could play the piano, but that's a dream that I wish I had embraced as a kid when I still had … Continue reading Day One

A Good Cry

I have claimed, repeatedly, that I don't cry. But I feel the need to admit that isn't entirely true.I don't cry a lot, that part is true. But there are times when I am overwhelmed with emotion, which manifests itself in the form of tears. I don't like to cry, though. For me, it's not … Continue reading A Good Cry


Something happened to me that's never happened before. Yesterday, as I was driving to work, I felt an odd urge. It was an urge that I have felt before, but I usually don't follow it. I just ignore these random things and logically push them away by busying myself with the things I need to … Continue reading Urge

Come On Pretty Baby, Put Your Little Hand In Mine

Here's a fun little game that you can play at home. Seriously, I hope you guys play along, this could be a lot of fun. But you have to follow five simple rules... Put your music player on random. Post the first line (or so, some are hard) from the first 20 songs that play, … Continue reading Come On Pretty Baby, Put Your Little Hand In Mine