In “Fear Expanded” by Ryan Everson (in collaboration with Jason Garcia), The word “FEAR” is constructed out of wood and mirrors. Up close, it appears to be a monumental obstacle, but once the perspective shifts, it appears much smaller, much more insignificant. When we first encounter our fears, conquering them can feel impossible, but as soon as we take a step back and examine the bigger picture—our accomplishments, our friends, our hopes—our fears will start to fade.
This is just incredible.
Who I Am:
My name is Brandi Mathis, and I grew up in the small Western Kansas town of Dighton. I was active in 4-H, church, and every school activity I could sign up for, from basketball to golf, music, forensics, and scholars’ bowl. Post-high school graduation, I moved to Hays, KS, where I…
At least five people are dead after a Via Rail train and an Ottawa city bus collided at a level crossing in the city’s southwest end Wednesday morning.
6 are now dead, 5 (including the driver) at the scene and one has died in hospital since then. Saying prayers for my city now.