I think I have started and stopped blogging as many times as Brett Favre has retired and un-retired.
First there was Xanga (2002-2005)
Then Blogspot (2004-2006):
Then I did a lengthy, dated, albeit still relevant study on blogging (ca. 2004) that can be read here.
Then my own site, hosted at our church’s website (2008-2009):
Then back to blogspot, team blogging with my friend James (2010):
And now I have waded into the world of WordPress.
Like Brett Favre, I may change my mind and stop again after a few months. But that’s o.k. I promise not to do anything else that Brett Favre has done.
For now, I decided that I might be more successful if I came up with some sort of plan, schedule and realistic expectations for my writing. So I decided that I wouldn’t post anything until I had written at least 15 posts, so I have at least that many before I retire again.
I’ll try to post at least 3 times per week, and each post will be no more than 500 words. (For reference, this post is about 250 words). To help focus my writing I have planned a few different series. So stay tuned!
On a related note, I am also blogging through the New Testament (along with other youth group leaders) from now until Easter at antioch90x.blogspot.com.
In the words of Samwise Gamgee: “Well, I’m back.”
Question: I have a handful of things I will begin to post, but until then, and assuming someone is reading this, anything you’d like to read here? Requests? Buehler? Buehler?