Friday, February 20, 2009

100 Blog Posts

I have observed that many of the more-recent to the blogosphere have hosted a little celebration upon the posting of their one-hundredth blog. I am apparently lacking a creativity gene, or something, so I don't have any cool ideas for a party. I don't have any junk to give away as prizes in a contest and frankly I don't want to be bothered carrying a package to the post office. And you wouldn't want any of my junk anyway.

So I'll dance a little dance --[whew, pant, huff] --back now. That's my celebration.
I was looking through the index list to see if I could determine what this whole STSTT thing is really about. Preponderance of labels fall to culture, faith, and entertainment. The rest suggest a potpourri or mishmash of just about whatever pops into my head.
I was thinking earlier today about my youth. You know, those days in which there were two parents, two and half kids, a dog at home and a mile walk through the snow or rain to school. A benevolent dictatorship, not democracy, ruled the home; and a perhaps far less benevolent dictatorship ruled the classroom. But now I'm sorry I've gone back that deep into my memory.
Should I keep this up, or should I write "Case closed" to this project? Please opine; but you don't get to vote.
For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. --Rom:14:17

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