Oh, No! I’m Boring!

bored

She just read my last blog post

Oh no! I’m boring!

Upon re-reading it, I just realized that my last blog post (Forget Yourself to Save Yourself) is quite disturbingly dull.

It was a Totally Serviceable Idea, I thought. (And think. And I did just jazz it up a little.) It came to me at breakfast.

Had to write it quickly, though. Too quickly, apparently.

That’s the thing about blogging: you never really get to craft what you write, in a way. I mean, you do, but … mostly you just have to pump it out there.

Anyway, right. Sorry for the boring. Won’t happen again.

Oh, crap. It just did.

LGBT ruling = Attack of the Crazy Christians = Quiet time
Not even the might and will of the Christian church
Round TWO in our Big Debate about evangelizing in the workplace
I love you, heathen. Now change.
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  • greta m sheppard

    you're never boring, john!

    you are a cage-rattler!

  • http://www.johnshore.wordpress.com John Shore

    Thanks, Greta. (Do you live near me? If so, I totally apologize for the noise my cage makes. I wouldn't have to rattle it so hard if my wife would let me out of it more often.)

  • Hjordes

    Not boring. If you had added another couple paragraphs it may have been boring.

    I liked the reminder to focus on the real stuff and not the distractions of life.

  • http://christianranter.wordpress.com Des

    I've always thought of these kinds of posts as ways to move the story along to fill up 26 weeks worth of episodes. Oh wait… I was thinking of Lost.


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