The picture to the left is of me kissing one of my best friends in the whole world: Bruno Giamba. He’s a guy who knows how to live with all he’s got. I want to live like that. But it comes with a struggle for me. I end up living all or nothing. If I want to work out with a four day routine at the YMCA, but know I’ll only have two days available, then I don’t work out at all. If I want to read through the Bible in a year, but crater by Leviticus then I end up scrapping the whole pursuit and just study a specific book of the Bible. If I can’t blog every other day with the tenacity that I want then before I know it, I look up and 2 months of a blogless existence have come. This had been called a “blogabatical” by a friend of mine (Check out his blog: Caffeinated Joe).
I’ve been reading more blogs lately. I’ve also been getting some insight on writing blogs. This has gotten me more excited. Whether it makes this a better blog is still to be determined. Here are some things to be looking for as I come out of my “blogabatical”:
- A move away from a devotional bent to a controversial bent.
- A move away from generic musings to a specific journal.
- A move away from basic pics to more artistic forms.
- A move from less frequent long entries to more frequent short ones.
In a sentence, this isn’t going to be Josh from a pulpit with a megaphone. This is going to be Josh around a table with a cup of coffee. More coming. Soon. I promise?