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I’ve moved!

Thank you, loyal readers, for your visits over the past several months. I’ve enjoyed your comments, and am glad to have “met” many of you here.

However, I’ve decided to move my blog to my own domain.

Please visit and bookmark my new blog site at http://www.technoearthmama.com.

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Good question.  Mostly right here.  I started my summer job last week, and it has been leaving me extremely exhausted and unmotivated.  That’s OK.  It’s only temporary.

The next blog post was actually written in a notebook on my first day of work.

I have some more thoughts kicking around somewhere.

Oh, here’s one — in brief:  Facebook is WAY better than MySpace.

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I’ve been writing down ideas for blog posts on sticky notes as I think of them, but somehow the notes always disappear!  Now I’ve got time to sit down and write, but I have no idea what I was going to write about.  Actually, that’s quite appropriate, given the current title of this blog.

In truth, I do remember one thing that I made a note of.  Thom Hartmann mentioned on the (local) radio that a certain libertarian politician thinks paper money is unconstitutional.  That intrigued me — why would someone think that?

Well, after searching online for more information, I’ve decided I’m no longer interested.  There are, apparently, a number of people and organizations that believe paper money is unconstitutional in the U.S.  Their reasons are not particularly exciting.

So, here are a couple of things that I am interested in right now.

1.  Detoxing from Church.  I’m still definitely a Jesus follower.  I just find that I’m less and less interested in the institutional church.  My husband and I are seriously considering a detox.   The author of these articles details the process his family went through in detoxing from what we know as church.

2.  On the other hand, Pastor Becca’s blog entry about her United Methodist Annual Conference tells about something that I do value in the traditional church.  Does this “tingly feeling” only happen inside churches?  Probably not — but I don’t imagine it’s quite the same, either.

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Dude.  If you want to get blog hits, just get your blog URL published in the Oregonian.   It’s not for this blog; it’s the one I’ve been doing for the Girl Scouts — http://gsarrowhead.wordpress.com.

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Hey

I haven’t been saying much lately.  I’ve had an awful cold since Saturday.  It’s the kind that makes me not think very well.  It also coincides with a rather busy week.  Last night was our Brownie meeting.  Today, I attended a Camp Arrowhead Task Force meeting with a couple of people from GSUSA (the national Girl Scout organization).  We toured the camp, and then had lunch at Skamania Lodge.  Tomorrow (Thursday) is the Girl Scouts board meeting where they will vote on whether to keep or sell the camp (we’re feeling pretty positive about it right now).  Friday is our Thinking Day event (if you’re a Girl Scout, you know what that is).  On Saturday, we have a cookie booth sale.

Oh, and tonight we’re supposed to be at church…but I’m not sure if we’re going to make it.  Everyone is feeling pretty yucky around here.  Unfortunately, our church has so few “young families” that if we don’t show up it leaves a big hole.  I know that’s not necessarily my problem, but it does make me feel a little guilty.

Okay.  I guess I’ve complained enough.  I just meant get something up on my blog and explain why I’m not writing anything.  I’ll figure out later whether any of this makes sense.

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Involuntary

I just pressed the Write button from my WordPress dashboard without intending to at all.

What was I thinking about at that moment?  I was thinking that I have a fear of actually trying to move forward with my writing — but I’m not sure what exactly I’m afraid of.  And then my mouse-hand went to the Write button.

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According to my stats page, someone found my blog by searching for “how to find a good catholic husband.”

That’s awesome, because I actually have the answer to that one, as given to me (unsolicited) by a priest when I was 23 and unmarried: Pray to Saint Joseph for a good husband.  It’s as simple as that, folks.

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