Logan Robertson

The bizzaro version of me competes in a type of dirt track stockcar racing. loganroberson.com

RIP Bart Starr. The greatest of all time.

Rigatoni al Segreto w/ my special helper

I wish I was the kind of person, a relaxed enough or confident enough person, to be the kind of person who puts stickers all over their computer.

Nora + Liam + Marcella ♥️

Don’t mind me. Just chillin’ with my brand new Marcella.

One difference between me and my dad is I only have kids I know about.

Great, tightly themed album. 🎶

high achievers

Right now my son’s Iron Man action figure is his son and he’s cooking Iron Man lunch and picking him up for school and getting him ready for bed, so yeah I’ve seen AVENGERS: END GAME. 🍿

You guys, I’m starting to think designing an entire society around cars was a bad idea.

It’s an awesome experience to sit and watch your kid play with LEGOs.

“We’re staring at you, dad.”


Gabriel Fauré composed Cantique de Jean Racine when he was 19 years old. 🎶

About once a month I toy with the idea of abandoning popular music altogether and listening only to Classical and Gregory Porter. 🎶


Who Killed My Father

“Among members of the global ruling class… politics remains a ‘question of aesthetics: a way of seeing themselves, of seeing the world, of constructing a personality.’” 📚

How to improve your handwriting. I’ve been embarrassed by my handwriting basically since I can remember. But handwriting helps me remember in a way that making notes w/ a computer doesn’t. So I shall endeavor to improve.


I’m here to supply all the nemesis related material you need.

Olga Suvorova, Annunciation

THE LIVES OF OTHERS is on Netflix. You should absolutely go watch it right now. The late Tim Polk, my honors advisor from undergrad, a New Testament scholar and Kierkegaardian, recommended it to me as we were discussing the limits of materialism. I think of it and him often. 🍿


Finished Ordination by Daniel M. Ford. As a book 1 in a triology there’s a fair amount of stage setting, but I enjoyed it. An entertaining, thought provoking read with deep characters and steady plot. 📚