Seems that the blogging community has been losing some good friends to burn out and surviving "blogging addiction." I’ll go to visit a blog and nothing is there. heavy sigh Seems that life gets in the way of sitting at their computers.
I can understand how blogging can be addictive. It’s not the writing; it’s the visiting that takes so much time. How many sites? I haven’t counted but it takes the better part of the day to stop in on every one. Once I commit, I stick with people even if they write infrequently. You never know when someone has hit a rough spot and may need a prayer or two; a pat on the back.
I am making up my own Monday questions this week. Let’s go:
You are driving down the street and see someone has left their headlights on. Do you stop and ring doorbells until you find the right house? Living in a crowded area, this could take a little while. Not to mention the possibility of a not so nice person answering the door. However, if there is one lesson my parents taught by example, it is random acts of kindness. Yes. If the door to the car is locked and I can’t turn off the lights for them I ring the doorbell. (Not that I might not be grumbling under my breath.)
Someone has hurt your feelings. Do you say something to them? My first reaction is to complain to someone else and avoid the person who hurt me. I have learned, however, that speaking with the person whose words or actions hurt me is the best solution. 99.9% of the time it is a misunderstanding.
Do you wear a watch? Not any more! As a matter of fact, I hate wearing one. There are clocks everywhere I look and my cell phone has the most accurate time of all.
Well, it’s time to get going. Have a wonderful week, g