Facebook Is The New Chocolate

chocolateChecking my fb feed this morning and lots of friends are planning to run silent the next several weeks. I used to refrain from reading and commenting, but this blog has always been running daily, mostly.

Laudato Si’ will return tomorrow and wrap on Sunday, but I think you’ll continue to see almost daily postings here for a few more weeks. Perhaps I can say I’ll be giving up giving up blogging for Lent.

I hope to take a few prelude days before the Big Forty to discern my options. Any good ones in your corner this year?

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Todd lives in the Pacific Northwest, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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One Response to Facebook Is The New Chocolate

  1. Melody says:

    Todd, people who don’t want to blog/journal just ….don’t do it. The fact that you’re still doing it after quite a few years means that on at least some level you want to do it, and get some benefit out of it. I think that’s a good thing. There are tons of things you can do for Lent which would arguably be of more spiritual benefit than giving up blogging. Unless you really, really want to quit.

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