Saturday, March 21, 2009

Blog Shame

One of my favorite authors John Eldredge, also has a blog. Like me, he is a little erratic in posting regularly. I was looking over his site today and found this:

I know I’m not the faithful blogger. Life sweeps in, sweeps me away, and I forget. Then, I have SO many flippin stories to tell of so many ways God is working I don’t know which one to share. My brain overloads. Two (or three) weeks go by and blog shame begins to set in, making it even harder to blog.

I don't know if that is exactly my problem, but I do know that blogging seems to emotionally exhausting at times and I just let it slide. My thanks to Dean, 'Dawg and KT for encouraging me to get posting again. Dean suggested that the Freedom Coalition Agenda needs an environmental plank. I agree. I was thinking of staring with the following quote: "...the largest polluter in the United States is: the United States government." Wouldn't mind hearing what you think.


  1. A few thoughts off the top of my head.

    - It doesn't seem that proposed environmental regulations are subject to a cost-benefit analysis that virtually every other private or public sector proposals are.

    - And how about actual environmental impact reports for environmental regulations?

    - The meme we all heard coming into this Administration was that "science" was going to be a priority once again. With our headlong rush into more suspect GW legislation, this does not appear to be the case.

  2. Good to have you blogging again.


  3. Dude, not good to have you "not" blogging.


  4. Good to have you back! No worries about the blog sporadicity. (That word needed to be made up. You're welcome.)

    My own posting has become pretty monotonous lately so it's not like I'm putting up anything fresh or interesting.