So after a three-year hiatus, I’m back to blogging. Why?
- As the three-year mark nears in Whitestone, I’m feeling a tug to engage a little more of why I do what I do while I’m doing it.
- I’m trying to convince myself that my life isn’t boring. Other people might actually want to hear a little more of what I’m thinking!
- I’m a little jealous of the attention other bloggers are getting these days. The Presbyterian Church (USA) just elected a blogger as its moderator. Other friends are blogging more and more. Pastors are engaging issues of importance online and not just in the pulpit.
- I’m always interested in trying out new toys. I’ve done a couple blogs before on Blogger, so WordPress here I come!
Look to hear a little more in the coming days about what’s been going on with me.
For some reason, I’ve decided to try blogging again. Maybe it will offer a nice new forum for letting out some of the “stuff” that gets stuck up inside sometimes.
It has been a quiet yet busy weekend. Last night was one last shot at Jazz at the High and a wonderful ASO concert. Vaughan Williams, the featured composer of the evening, is an amazing composer: he wrote some of the most amazing symphonic and choral literature of the 20th century, compiled fascinating collections of British folk music, and even wrote original hymns for the 1906 English Hymnal.
Today, I communed with Walker Percy some more and the Christian education of adults a lot more. The annotated bibliography is now nearly done – just one more book to review to hit the minimum! Thankfully, Britcoms closed the day.
Off to bed, far too late….