I am who I am who I am who am I?
I am thirty-something.
I am married to my amazing wife K with two lovely daughters, A and B.
I live in a college town in the South and am employed by a major state university. (No, it’s not Athens, but good guess.)
I have a law degree and a law license, but I no longer practice law. (It seemed like a good idea at the time and I had a scholarship.) So yes, IAAL.
The study and practice of law, is above all, the study of people. You learn a lot about people by practicing law.
I like to read about the world. I enjoy reading about psychology and economics. How people relate to other people. Why we act the way we do. I love science. I study life. And then I blog about it.
But you can’t understand this world without understanding what is beyond this world. I am Catholic. I’ve come and gone over the years, but I’ve come to the realization that I can’t really be anything else. The kind of Catholic who goes to mass every Sunday, but often arrives late. The kind of Catholic who good Catholics think is a bad Catholic and everyone else thinks is annoyingly devout.
I’m strangely comfortable with this, except that I’m pretty sure that being comfortable with this is a sin. Aaah, Catholic guilt.
K is not Catholic. She thinks I need therapy, and I probably do.
So that’s my story. What’s yours?