The Joys of Not Blogging

It has been a while.  I love to blog.  But for everything there is a season and sometimes being a good student means being a bad blogger.  So I sympathize for you, if you love my work, for there hasn’t been much of it up here of late.  I sympathize, but I should not apologize.  My priorities have been elsewhere and rightfully so.

Trying to sell a house.  Trying to read six books a week (because that’s how many are being assigned?!  PhDdom…).  So in order to save a buck and cut off my primary source of procrastination, we cut off internet at the house, which means that all of my online time is compressed into 30 minutes MWF.  Cramping my style.

It is a joy to be online, to connect, to express to the multiverse shades of truth.  And yet, it is a joy to unplug, to breathe the fresh air, to dance with a beautiful woman in the rain, and to get some sleep for a change.

 Not blogging is just as blessed as blogging, sometimes more.  Have you been skipping out on anything in order to blog?  I know I did!  Now, back to the books….

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  1. Just found your blog from StLouisBlogs.com. Blogging can become a very time-consuming hobby as you know, and I’m not sure I’d be able to cut the internet connection at the house. Think that means I’m addicted? 🙂

    Cheers,
    Jami

  2. I think I’d blog a lot less, too, if I were dancing with a beautiful woman in the rain 😉 Blessings upon you in blogging, studying, and, er, dancing.


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