Death Doesn’t Get the Final Word

Last week, I wrote some reflections on the tragic accident that took the life of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven other lives. Death can be an overwhelming inevitability and the fear of it drives many of us to never give it any thought. However, tragedies such as Kobe’s stop us dead in our […]

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Reflections on Kobe and the Shortness of Life

On Sunday, January 26th a friend texted me and asked if I had seen the news that Kobe Bryant had died. My initial reaction was that it was hoax like I’d seen so many times. However, when I got online there was a different tone to the language people were using. It was somber, eulogistic […]

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The One Who Returns

Does anyone have that one friend who is just TO genuine in real life that it almost doesn’t seem authentic and they put you to shame with their overall goodness as a human? I know that someone has already popped into your mind! Seriously, how do these people even exist? I had the privilege of […]

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What Will Ten Years Teach You?

The 2010’s were quite eventful for the Frazier family. I got married (can’t believe she said yes!), we traveled to some amazing places, have seen so much of the world’s beauty, made lifelong friends, had three kids (WHAT IS OUR LIFE ;), collectively have had 6 jobs, moved five times, and have thrown ourselves fully into […]

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The Most Crucial Truth to Remember in 2020

The new roaring 20’s are upon us. I saw enough Great Gatsby memes to last me the decade, but no one has called me “old sport”…yet… A new year has a way of infusing excitement, freshness and vigor into your life, but a new decade just has a different energy to it. Now, I’m all […]

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