I had to delete one of those funny little posts that amounted to, "You spend too much time on politics! Here's a link to my blog!" It was funny for two reasons: nobody who criticizes my posts seems to have read the blog-description/mission-statement I put right on the front page. You know, the one that says:
Yeah, that statement. There I go again, saying what I'm going to do, and then doing it. Drives some folks a little batty.
What is this blog about?This blog presents the eclectic thoughts of a Biblical Christian about God, the Bible, man, life, the world; about people, places and things; about books and movies. It includes photo's, essays questions, answers, video clips. (Did I say "eclectic"? It's eclectic!)
The second funny thing about this crack was — wait for it — I got it either on the day of, or the day after, the election. So, imagine that. We're having a pivotal national election on which (among other things) hangs the state of pro-life legislation across the nation... and I focus on it! For a month! On my eclectic blog!
It never ceases to amaze how critical a few folks are of a service for which they pay zip.
But I digress.
It isn't a poli-blog, so the focus is going to shift now. I'm not sure, but I doubt I'll keep up the daily "Don't miss these" post. It was fun, but took a lot of work, and I should probably move on to other things.
Plus I'll just be very candid with you. With that disastrous election, with the appalling mistake the voters made, with the worst people in our country biting themselves with glee ... I'm not really so interested in reading the news right now. Too saddening. My wife and I half-joke about just not noticing the news for another 3.5 years or so.
(I doubt that will last.)
Plus, I have two sermons to write for three services on Sunday, praise God.
But I'm not going away, DV.