So much for all my plans…

Man.  I had 2 hours to write tonight (first time in forever) and I got a bit into one post and then responded to a comment with this.

So much for all my plans to get some writing done tonight.  1.5 hours spent on a single comment that will likely be ignored or glossed over.

Alice in facepalm

In other news, I’m still chipping away at this.  Sometime in the next century I’ll have a small e-book on modesty done.  I may toss a few of the chapters on here or the Cripplegate for feedback, but we’ll see.

At this pace, I’ll be getting a pacemaker before I finish anything.

Oh, and I guess I should tell you, my readers, what’s happening.

I now have a good secular job (which obviously takes up a lot of my time) and have placed all vocational ministry aspirations on hold for the next few years.  I’m currently being involved in my church as much as I can, which has also been great.  Finally, my wife has been laid out in bed with a herniated disc for the last month and my kids are getting older and needing all my free time for teaching, training, reading, wrestling, and generally getting as much “dad time” as they can get.  Between work, church and family, I have no writing time left anymore.

The days of regular and substantial blogging are now over.

The days

The days of me staying up 2 hours past my bed time to respond to one commenter are now upon us.  Maybe things will change in a few months, but until then, that’s what happening around here.

God bless you all and remember to keep reading the Cripplegate for all their regular and wonderful content.

Until Next Time,

Lyndon “The Once a Month Blogger” Unger

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7 thoughts on “So much for all my plans…

  1. Personally I would love to see you spend that 1.5 hours writing your own content rather than falling down the comment rabbit hole. Just sayin 😉
    P.S. That being said, your family comes first. The days of teaching, training, reading and wrestling will pass all to quickly!

  2. “1.5 hours spent on a single comment that will likely be ignored or glossed over.”

    Indeed you were correct, but I found the comment helpful.

  3. God bless you and your family, Lyndon. I’m praying for a fast recovery with your wife. I’ve had a herniated disc as well; no fun! Sometimes God seems to throw us a curve ball, but you know He is doing something special in rearranging your priorities. No telling who you will meet, in your job, that needs to come out of Charismania. With that being said, I would like to say thank you for sharing about your life in the movement; it truly has helped me to come out as well.

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