Category Archives: Faction
Blast Scott Berkun over at The Daily Post at WordPress for this challenge! Yesterday’s challenge was to Make a list of five things you are afraid to write about. I did and look where it has gotten me — writing about one of those five things I’m afraid to write about. Sure, sure I don’t have to accept the challenge, but hell it wouldn’t be me not to jump in. So here it goes.
Fake A$$ Church Folk
“Will all visitors stand and remain standing.” Heads turn in all directions to see the handful of fresh, new faces that stand around the church.
“We’re so glad you are worshiping with us, as we know you could have attended another place of worship today. We want you to feel welcome, and a part of our church family because we are family.”
“Yeah right,” I think to myself. All the crap and foolishness I see going on here, if this is a how family act; then I want out. Read the rest of this entry
This is my first WordPress: Post A Week! And I did in 100 Words, which was my own personal challenge.
I’ve often wondered why I have this recurring dream that I’m falling. Typically from a mountain, which is ironic, considering: 1) I’m horrifically afraid of heights and 2) I love to rock climb.
In my quest for an explanation I discovered, I always have this dream the night before going climbing. However, I just thought that it’s in response to every climber’s nightmare. Falling to ones death. But I discovered it’s much more.
People who dream they’re falling have insecurities, instabilities, and anxieties. Mystery solved. My dreams of falling aptly reflect my fear of heights and my love to climb.
I’ve decided to challenge myself yet again. I hope I am not overextending myself with my self challenges. I will be posting on this blog once a week for the remainder of 2011.
I know it won’t be easy, but I’m sure it will be fun, inspiring, awesome, and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The Daily Post, and the community of other bloggers with similar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can.
If you already read my blog or if you don’t, I hope you will stop by frequently and encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.
Thanks bunches in advance for all your support and encouragement.
“Oh, dear God, make it go away!” I scream.
It’s as though I have the entire percussion section of the Boston Pops and the New York Philharmonic beating in unison on every inch of my brain.
I lie down in silence as I come to the realization that this has become my reality. My new way of life.