It's a good thing I don't make New Year's resolutions. If I did, I'm sure one of them would have involved blogging more often. And now it's already January 10th, and I haven't blogged at all.
I'm really not blogging today, I guess. Just randomly throwing some thoughts out on paper, er, screen as the case may be.
I'm amazed at the connectivity of Facebook. I continue to find and be found by friends that I haven't seen in years.
I remember someone once telling me not to say anything I would be embarrassed for my mom to hear. Now Mom is reading my blog and commenting. Should I be scared? (Welcome, Mom! Just don't slap me if I cuss in a blog or something...)
I am thinking about 2009, even if I don't make resolutions. I'm thinking about Paul telling us we're ambassadors of Jesus. Like, we represent him in our circle of relationships. And I'm thinking that's a pretty big deal. If I was Jesus I wouldn't have chosen me to represent him. Sometimes I think my family and friends worry about me representing them. But choose me he did, to be his ambassador.
And that's probably worth some resolutions. If I made resolutions.