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The 2016 100 Wrap-Up, Part 3- The 28 Things Left Over (Featured Image)

The 2016 100 Wrap-Up, Part 3: The 28 Things Left Over

And we’re finally here—the 28 items that either just didn’t make the cut to come back after 2016, or got tabled for future Casey to handle somewhere down the line! The more I do these, the more I realise I can’t do everything today, and so I work harder to focus […]

The Week That Was... September 27th - October 3rd, 2015

The Week That Was… September 27th – October 3rd, 2015

Pretty sure I had this idea before, but couldn’t make it stick. Putting together a quick synopsis of the week to show what I’d been up to without needing a full post for every little thing. But the last time I did it? I overthought everything, getting too lost in […]

SodaStream at My Little One's Dedication — Kool-Aid Tropical Punch, Cranberry Ocean Spray, Cranberry Raspberry Ocean Spray, Cranberry Grape Ocean Spray

I’M NOT DEAD, I’M JUST A DAD: Having Some #BubblesMyWay at My Son’s Baby Dedication!

What’s up, world?! I know, I know it’s been a bit, but when you’re balancing three competing yet utterly important parts of your life, they don’t always play well together! But while I’m weeks behind for my monthly wrap-up, there’re tales to be told before I get there, starting […]

100 Happy Days — Can You Be Happy for 100 Days in a Row?

#100HappyDays — Day 27 — Walmer Road Baptist Church — Goodbye, Pastor Steve!

It’s been just over 6 years since I started going to church again, invited by Sarah back when we started dating. It’s been a fun journey since, building a circle of trusted friends and peers I look forward to seeing every Sunday to start my week. 6 months […]

Some of the younger ladies at church basically trying to find out how strong my back is.

A November to Remember, Verse 2: Of Resting, Wrestling and Lessons

Ask anyone I know, and they’ll tell you that at times I’m totally an overgrown kid. I let my imagination run away with me, I rarely let myself by limited by the concerns that most adults focus on, and believe that life isn’t worth living if it isn’t […]

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