Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The Last Will and Testament

In the tradition of our Restorational Fathers, today I am writing the last will and testament of my blog. After much consideration and dealing with personal guilt, today will be the last entry in this blog.

Though I have enjoyed writing this blog and have appreicated the many comments it has received, I feel that right now to be most effective in my job I need to stop blog writing. Currently it's impossible for me to give "the blog" the attention it needs. But more importantly at the moment I need to be giving other areas of my life and mission more time and energy.

So thanks for reading.

Show Jesus,


Blogger Jerri said...

Hi, Bruce,
Thanks for sharing some of your life with us on your blog. I agree it's important to evaluate what is important in your service to God. There are so many good things to do...and it's important to choose what God wants us to do.
Life is so short. Thanks for always being there. I have learned a lot from you. Jerri

10:22 PM  
Blogger Val said...

I'll miss reading your words of wisdom. But I will still enjoy listening to them on Sundays!

11:39 AM  
Blogger Wanda said...

RIP Blog.

I agree with you, Bruce, that either you need to focus on what's happening now, or focus on what is in the past to write blogs and journals. I intended whole-heartedly to keep a journal of my thoughts and feelings for each of my children so they would know, once they got older, exactly the wonderful things they did and how frustrating it was, at times, to raise them. Of course, that didn't last long because if I was busy writing it, then I wasn't with my children and witnessing their development.

Thanks for sharing with us.

11:40 AM  
Blogger jaime s said...

We'll miss your blog, Bruce.
Enjoy the break.

10:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing what you've shared over time. I've loved reading and feeling in touch. I wish maybe you could consider keeping the blog available for occasional comments on books you've read. Like say once a month. Just a thought. I've loved your book recommendations. It's easier on my brain to see the books mentioned in print on the blog than to catch the title when you're speaking. Understand the time constraints, but never say never to a THANKS AGAIN!!!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cont...for example, you put me onto the lou holtz book, and now i'm sending it to my son for his 22nd b.d. next week. you put me onto the kite runner. oh my. i hate to miss out.

1:32 PM  

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