I need to write a post…

OK, faithful readers. Not much posting going on, so let me know which of these interests you for an upcoming post. Vote in the comments, and I’ll write one of these up next week.

  1. A few thoughts after spending two and a half days with my Presbyterian New Pastor’s group.
  2. I’m trying to figure out how on earth to make confirmation a better process. The more I think about it, the more confused I get.
  3. In an effort to be more hip, I’ve entered the world of facebook. What are m thoughts about this? (And, how many friends do I really have?)
  4. Excuses about why I am so far behind on my own reading for my congregation’s “Year of the Bible”.
  5. I’m long overdue for another entry in my “churches” series.
  6. My rather cranky feelings about church and mother’s day (and I think I can be cranky about this now that I’m a mom…)

So, let me know what I should write about!

6 Responses to “I need to write a post…”

  1. Mary Beth Says:

    Ooh, ooh. I want to hear you crank on about the church and Mother’s Day!

  2. ppb Says:

    I don’t go to church on Mother’s Day. Because I HATE IT.
    But I’m on facebook, so I’ll look to see if I can find you and friend you. Because I’m cool like that.

  3. Jenny G Says:

    I’d like to hear about the fabulous people you met and spent time with on your pastor’s retreat. And more about how confirmation is tough. But I also would like more information on your preaching conference in August. And…I will friend you on facebook!

  4. Heidi Says:

    MOTHER’s DAY – for sure. And while you’re at it, you can work in your comments on Father’s Day, Memorial Day, Valentine’s Day – or any other holiday that inappropriately hijacks its way into liturgies.


  5. Kirstin Says:

    Mother’s Day definitely. I’m curious.

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