As I try to prepare — at least mentally — for taking my blog to the dot com level, I feel apprehensive because, while it “feels like” a big step of some kind, I have no idea why or what kind. I’m doing it to make the blog more visible (I suppose) and as an investment in myself, although I don’t know why I always think I have to spend money in order to add to my value.
Christmas was good.
The internet is getting to be a bit much for me. I’m overwhelmed this very evening by a group that seemed beautiful, innocent, all virtue, until I saw that they burn effigies of human beings in order to inspire people to meditate on a global scale. And now, I feel as though I’m some sort of whistle blower just because I’m feeling skeptical about it rather than wanting to jump on board.
I think I liked them on facebook to begin with. I don’t remember. You know, that’s the whole thing. I don’t even answer friend’s survey’s on facebook–you know, the ones that say repost. The point is, I know who my friends are, but because I don’t know where they got these messages they want me to repost, I refuse to do it. But, now, sending positive vibrations into the universe ten minutes a day during the first half of any hour. I could do that. I’d like to think I already do. . . but not for somebody who burns effigies!
So. yeah. God help me, Lord Jesus. Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas.