Making blogs out of nothing at all

October 9, 2009 | By | Add a Comment


I have to let you in on a little secret.  I love blogging.

I love reviewing books.  I love watching videos on YouTube.  I love getting comments.

I love it when things that I’ve subconsciously been thinking about spill onto the page.

I love feeling listened to.  I love getting it all out.  I love feeling connected to friends and google-goers alike.  I love relating to others.  I love when others can relate to me.  I love knowing that I’m not crazy.  I love knowing that I am crazy.  I love pizza.  I love large turkey sandwiches with mayonnaise & oil, provolone cheese, extra pickles and everything on it (including hots).  I love your mother.  I, too, wish that I had Jessie’s girl.  I love knowing that I’m not alone.

I love creating.  I love looking for themes in the midst of what seems like chaos.  The posts aren’t always great, but sometimes I don’t know how I do it –  making blogs – out of nothing at all.

I hope you enjoy visiting this blog.  I hope it is helpful to you in some way.  Whether funny, serious, or somewhere in between, I hope it does something for you.  If nothing else, I hope you are entertained.

If you don’t get anything out of this blog, you most likely won’t come back.  And… that would be sad for me.  I would miss you.  So, to ensure that this post contains something helpful, here is a video that is 100x more beneficial than anything I have to say right now.  I chose it because it is excellent and it has to do with growing pains.  And, to a large degree, growing is what this blog is all about.  Regardless of your religious background, you will benefit from what this man has to say about pain and growth.  I promise.

Thank you so much for visiting.  Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.  Please come again real soon.

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