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Friday
May242019

Time, time tickin'

I had promised myself that I would probably start reading more blogs and writing more when June 1st arrived. It is just around the corner.

Here are some things I've done lately:

  • painted my living room
  • actually went shopping to look for area rugs
  • read a few books about the Celts
  • bought a jump rope
  • lost a couple of pounds

The one thing I have not done is felt a pressing need to read blogs. And that is a problem. Because I like blogging. Part of blogging is being among other bloggers. But I can't find any that I'm dying to read other than the few I have been reading for a long time.

Maybe I'm just an old crank.

Maybe I'm too critical.

I am feeling hesitant about particular Christian blogs that, while popular, just irritate me. I'm tired of blogs which beat dead horses or are "one hit wonders," ie, don't write about anything but one single issue.

I'm at a loss.

Any suggestions for good blogs to read?

But I did three cycles of 40 seconds of jump rope today and three sets of 40 seconds planks. I read Matthew 1:17-25 in the Greek NT. I made sourdough dinner rolls. The day wasn't a total waste.

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Reader Comments (2)

1. The world needs a few cranks to keep the naïvely credulous in check.

2. I like that your day of exercise and study included making sourdough rolls. We must remain well-rounded.

3. It's probably sexist of me to suggest this, but you might like Smitten Kitchen. At least, it probably won't irritate you.

May 29, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Kjos

I already use Smitten Kitchen :)

May 31, 2019 | Unregistered CommenterKim Shay

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