Blog Award

Me To You Award.jpgRygel was kind enough to gift me with the From Me to You Award, which was terribly kind of him.  I don’t get many awards, so it’s a pleasant surprise when it happens.

Of course, like any other award or meme, there are rules involved when you receive this reward.  So in an attempt to be (mostly) rule-abiding, I would like to do the following:

  1. Thank Rygel again for his kindness.
  2. Think up seven things my readers (hopefully) don’t know about me and list them:
    1. I was considering going into the ministry back when I was a Christian.
    2. I was terribly shy growing up.
    3. I wanted a pet skunk when I was growing up.
    4. I also wanted a pet python when I was growing up.
    5. I can tune out almost anything if I’m reading, writing, or working on the computer.
    6. I used to want to be a lawyer, but mainly so I could eventually become a judge.
    7. I used to worry that no one really liked me.
  3. Pass the award on to the following people.  (Sorry, I don’t have a full seven.)

7 thoughts on “Blog Award”

  1. I’m honored to be on your list, Jarred. I will post as soon as I can.

    I did not know about the skunk or the python, and I think you’d make a great judge. It’s never too late, you know!

  2. Yeah, Erin. My interests in pets drove my mother nuts. Fortunately, we never had the money to afford such exotic pets back then.

    And to be honest, I’m not interested in being a judge anymore, but thanks for the compliment.

  3. It’s hard to explain, Rygel. I’ve just been really good at focusing is all. In the end, that’s really all it is, training yourself to focus on one single thing to the point that everything else just fades away into the background. It’s one of the hardest things most people who learn to meditate struggle with.

  4. Thanks, Yewtree. I think it’d have to be pretty darn liberal, though. Even some of the most liberal denominations I know of still wouldn’t know what to make of a minister who has a goddess who decides to “pop in” for a chat every now and then. πŸ˜‰

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