If you know me in real life, you probably already know this, though you might be left in the dark for some reason. At 2:03PM, on July 16, 2014, my wife gave birth to David Nathaniel Smith (aka Nathan), my son. (And yes, I am 19. And yes, he was an entirely post-nuptial pregnancy.) He … Continue reading "The Baby"
If you didn’t know this already, I’m a bit of an introvert. And I, like my introvert pals, sometimes do things that don’t make sense to other people. Socially unusual things. They are easy to misinterpret. I’m pretty sure people frequently get the wrong idea. So here’s a basic guide to weird things we do. … Continue reading "#JustIntrovertThings"
Hello all! I’m here with a couple exciting things to share. My blog is about to receive two new features which hopefully will be frequent (though probably not at all regular). So here’s the scoop. First: Introducing my friend Clark Ingram. He’s a pretty cool guy, smart like nobody’s business. So I’ll be stealing some of his … Continue reading "Cool Stuff A’ Comin’"
Hello, all! Many of you probably saw my recent video of me singing “In Summer” from Frozen. Well, having done that, I came to the decision that I want to do more blog stuff on my YouTube channel, because vlogging is cool. So send me requests and I’ll respond with videos!
There are few things more expected from a blogger than some kind of post for a major holiday, including New Year’s. Also usually expected is a post about New Year’s resolutions, especially from people who blog about personal stuff. Most people don’t follow through on most of their New Year’s resolutions. In fact, I’m pretty … Continue reading "Yes, This Is A New Year’s Resolution Post"
Last Sunday I did something I haven’t done (at least willingly) in months. Many months. To anyone else, what I did would be incredibly insignificant and likely unnoticeable by quite a number of people. To me, though, I was making quite a step. Last Sunday I went to church without my bow tie. If you … Continue reading "Constrained by a Bow Tie: The Bondage of Eccentricity"
Hello everyone! My name is Caleb. I am 18 years old (though I will probably be 19 by the time you read this) and married to a wonderful woman named Ashley. This is basically a place where I will express lots of thoughts, many about God, Jesus, the Bible, and Christianity in general, but also … Continue reading "Hello, world!"