Husband, Father ×2, Scrivener, Versifier, Graphic Maker, Anglican, Humanist, Conservationist, Restorer of Fiddly Bits
A Bit More
The Dull Stuff
I am 28 years old; a man; a husband; a stay-at-home father of two boys; a neighbor and a witness; a domesticated but not too emasculated housekeeper; a passable home cook; a follower and disciple of Christ Jesus; an episcopalian of somewhat highish but latitudinarian churchmanship; a student pursuing a degree in English language and letters with a minor emphasis in philology — i.e., historical linguistics; an incorrigible habitué of the works of Dr Samuel Johnson — a veritable Johnsonian by all accounts; as well as a Tolkienian, Hookerian, and Chestertonian.
I am also a
long-term aspirant to the priesthood of the Episcopal Church lifelong aspirant to serve, reconcile, and teach my fellow man; formerly the Missioner for Communication in the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem; an insuppressible scrivener of the worst sort; a versiﬁer who feigns to be a poet; a maker: typesetter, printer, stationer, illustrator, bookbinder, web designer, restorer of fiddly bits, tinkerer, butcher, baker, and candlestick maker.
And, I am ﬁnally an eccentric non-conforming conformist who is traditionally non-traditional; an advocate and practitioner of radical transparency and honesty; a supporter of the ongoing democratization of knowledge and egalitarian empowerment through education; a christian humanist and libertarian-socialist with an especial devotion to actively living for the equal rights of the working classes, women, persons of color, and GSM persons; as well a environmental conservationist with a commitment to architectural preservation and sustainable urban development.