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Not Prince Hamlet

"Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse."

For Chris

Thursday, July 06, 2006

I'm Sorry. I'm so freaking sorry.

NPH is a bad blogger, one who writes in spurts about specific subjects in which I take an immediate interest. Blogging is, for me, a diversion. It's a way to write and think about things that are not immediately related to the day-to-day work of being a pastor of a small church in the Heartland. So, as my drive for my church-work goes, inversely goes my drive to blog, and vice versa. This has been a busy church week.

But here's something to chew on: NPH is having lunch in about 20 minutes with one of the colleagues behind the paid advertisement that so upset me a couple of weeks ago. In the immediate aftermath of the ad, I ripped off a hasty email to said colleague expressing my disappointment and desire for an explanation. Today's the day I get it. I have to admit, I feel a bit the fool for my poorly-written complaint to my colleague, and I'm hoping they don't hold me to account for it.

Sometimes I'm a drama queen. But, then, I was pretty perturbed, and for good reason.

posted by Not Prince Hamlet, 9:15 AM


As a colleague in your position, I understand your connection between blogging frequency and church life.

How'd your lunch go?
commented by Anonymous kairos, 7:52 PM  

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