Is it crazy to have more than one blog?

16 10 2007

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I’ve been thinking about starting another blog. Durff made a comment while were were talking in Second Life “I am who I am” in reference to the fact that I have a second blog where I post things of a spiritual nature (Ms. Tina’s Place for Prayers and Praise). I agree with her.

But the reason that I started my second blog is because I have always had a prayer journal. I thought by starting a separate blog, it could be a place to only focus on things that would be of a spiritual nature, where as I wanted this blog to a place to talk about things such as education and technology. I guess I like to categorize things. It’s not that I don’t want my true nature to shine. I think that you can see in my writings here that I don’t hide that I am a Christian. It just seems easier to have blogs focused on particular areas of topics. Am I wrong? Or, is there a wrong and right way to blog?

With that in mind, I have been thinking about starting a new blog to post my views on life and politics. With the presidential election coming up, I am sure there will be lots of interesting debates that will range outside of technology and education. I have found that blogging can be educational and open the mind to other view points. We are not alike and thank goodness we are not. God did not make us all the same.

Would having 3 blogs be a nightmare to manage? Experienced bloggers, how do you feel about this? I’ve seen some of you move your blogs back and forth. Have you tried having more than one blog? Tell me what you think. Before I add one more blog, I would love to hear your opinions!

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Thank God for Freedom!

1 10 2007

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Patrick Kirby

This is Patrick Kirby. He is my cousin’s husband. He is preparing to be deployed again, possibly to Kuwait, Iraq or Afghanistan. He is a former U.S. Marine, and is now serving in the U.S. Army. I am so grateful to him and others like him who fight for our freedom. He serves our country on a daily basis. He is proud to serve our country.

When I was a little girl, I was evacuated during the Six-day War while living in Tripoli, Libya. I remember riding between a car pressed between two mattresses because of the possibility of our car being attacked. I also remember spending the night on the floor in the schoolhouse at the base and being evacuated in an military airplane. My dad says they were shooting at our airplane as we were flying out.

People sometimes think that we should move past the 9/11 event and get on with life. I think we should not get complacent. We shouldn’t live in fear, but we should always remember that there are terrorists who hate us, and hate our way of life. Therefore, I am thankful for people like Patrick Kirby who are willing to protect us.

Thank God for America and the freedoms we have!