My posting has tapered off here at Notes in the past few days, but it’s not been because I haven’t thought about it. I just haven’t had time to stop. I’ve been actively trying to nurture MonticelloLive into existence, as well as starting a new part-time job.
I started working with Rick Hales last week. Rick’s a great friend and an all-around tech marvel. From satellites to sound systems to lighting to things with ladders, he can do it. He’s been completely swamped for a while now, and after a conversation the other day, we decided we could help each other. I need the money, and he needs the help.
So, as a bivocational pastor/graphic designer/entrepreneur/gadfly married to a wonderful wife/best friend/photographer/increda-mom, I have been growing more and more cognizant that I’m not bringing home the bacon. She is. And fellas, that ain’t good. So, I’m working a part-time job. It’s a wonderful break from intensity because working with Rick requires a whole nudder set of brain cells that I didn’t realize I had. (Rick may be wondering if they actually exist.) This kind of work is not what I’m used to, and for the time being, it’s refreshing.
So.. if my posts taper off, just keep commenting on old ones. That will make me feel special.
I’ll be back… I promise.
On this day...
- Ode to fantasy football - 2014
- Review: Ruthless Trust - 2013
- Review: Jesus, An Intimate Portrait (rated 3 stars) - 2008
- How to stop abusing your finances - 2007
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