Look; I could go on about how I have been busy, or how I have not had the inspiration to do anything, but anything I say in my defense is no more then an excuse for my lack of work. Instead, I will say this; I am sorry. I have failed you all.
I could leave it at that, and promise that I will begin doing things eventually. Instead, I’ll say this; I have three major things that are about to happen.
- I have just looked through my entire photo-library to rediscover old photos that I have left in the dust for far to long. I have over 150 of them, and I plan on editing and uploading quite a few of these. As far as new pictures go; it will happen. Maybe not anytime soon, but during the summer, I will make sure to go out and get some new pictures.
- My churches drama group, “C.R.E.W” is about to film a short film, written by your’s truly. It is about a father who has failed to be the spiritual leader that God has commanded all fathers to be. This project is probably not going to interest any non-Christians who are reading this, but I do hope to make this video far better than your average low-budget church video.
- I have plans to write a novel over the summer. I cannot and will not say much at this time, as the concept is very much a work in progress, but I will say one thing; those who enjoy the likes of Stephen King & Frank Peretti will probably enjoy it. More details to come.
So, yeah. I hope that you can all forgive me. I am psyched about all three of these massive projects, especially the novel, and I am ready for the summer.
I recently have read many stories of politicians declaring that their tree’s would be called “Holiday Trees” and not “Christmas Trees.” While I am certaintly aware that some of these stories are nothing more than faked pro-republican propaganda, I did find one that is completely true.
So, here is my proposition to anybody who wants to call a Christmas tree something else. If we are going to change Christmas traditions, can we also change some other holiday’s traditions? I mean, if you can do it to Christmas, why not change, say, Hanukkah as well? Surely there is no difference, right? We couldn’t possibly offend Jews by doing this?