Saturday, April 07, 2007

Blogworthy Thoughts


Today my brain has been full of what have, at one moment or other, seemed like blogworthy thoughts. You can be the judge of that I guess, but just in case I was right about any of them, I have written them all down. I might have been able to come up with worthy transitions between each of them, but that would have made for an insanely long post, so I broke them up. You can read them in the order they appear on the screen, or in the order in which I wrote them, which is, obviously, the opposite.


My guess is that one direction goes from the ridiculous to the sublime (as sublime as I can manage, anyway) and the other from the sublime to the ridiculous, but you can be the judge of which is which on that, too. In any case, all this "blethering," as Mariam likes to say, should give everyone something to comment about . . .


Meanwhile, I wish and hope and pray for you all a Happy Easter, and a wonderful year in the light of it.

4 comments:

Stacey said...

hmmm, I was just going to say..."wow we are prolific aren't we" :) And yes, I think all were blogworthy. I'm put to shame with my lack of blogworthiness (nice word by the way).

So, may I comment on them in one space?
- I relate to the waiting Saturday thing. I sure wish I would stop relating and start living Easter instead - Jesus is alive and our lives are a celebration because of it.
- Zombie guy: You sure do manage to ask the right questions all the time. How do you do that? I think zombies are also refered to as the undead - as being animated dead people in the form of just moving around but not with life in them. So your comment seems appropriate to me.

Thanks for the good posts.

Jenn said...

Stacey--what do you mean your "lack of blogworthiness"? I don't think that's true at all.

As for asking questions--that's a skill I fear I've never developed to its full potential. Asking questions scares the life out of me. Every so often, though, I manage to let one (a question, I mean) fly and then what comes back at me is often completely bizarre--as that post demonstrates. It's pretty fun to see what happens, though.

L.L. Barkat said...

Love these sprightly flowers. They aren't actually blooming where you are, are they?

Jenn said...

LL--sadly, they are not. I took the photo at the botanical gardens near where my brother and sister-in-law live, last summer. Here, I have seen nary a crocus. Which is a little weird for mid-April.

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