It’s morning in the suburbs.
Being a snob means being discerning and exclusive. Try not to take it too hard.
Chris Wiewiora describes his distance from a high school stabbing.
“I was too much of a coward to say I was sorry.”
“He could’ve done some damage in high school football, but he was the assistant manager counting my drawer.”
Chris Wiewiora explains how reuniting with an ex is a testament to hope and human strength.
Chris Wiewiora remembers the first morning he woke up next to a woman.
Chris Wiewiora remembers how, no matter where his missionary parents moved, his mother always had a book with her, and how that literary dedication passed on to him.
A reminiscent pain struck Chris Wiewiora when and where he least expected it.
Chris Wiewiora doesn’t want closure. He wants a new beginning.
After a cheating scandal hit his school, Chris Wiewiora tries to figure out where he fits in.
Chris Wiewiora lives up to these words by facing questions about God, porn, and accountability.