It’s two B’s

I have been thinking about starting a blog for quite awhile.  I have been putting it off for a few reasons.  For one, the whole idea of blogging seems a little self-absorbed.  Second, giving myself more to do isn’t a real attractive option either.

Yet here I am, tapping at my computer and carving out my own little space on the web.  It’s late, so I am not going to have a real long entry.  This blog is going to be about a few things.  From the title you can tell a couple of things:

  1. I am overweight, so hopefully this blog will detail my adventures in changing into “Healthy Pastor (that will live to see his daughter have a daughter);”
  2. I am a pastor, so this blog will also be about God, the Church, and other matters of theology. 

I have other interests, and I’m sure other things will come up.  I’ll share book and movie reviews, and a few other thoughts on topics that come to me.  I might steal an idea from a friend of mine and offer some top five lists every now and then.

I’m actually looking foward to this.  It might be more work for me, and it probably is a little self-indulgent, but that’s okay.  I realized today that I’m going to do this as much for me as anyone else (I’ll explain that more later).  If other people read what I have to say, that would be fun too.

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3 responses to “It’s two B’s

  1. absurdemest

    Het, Robb. Welcome to the blogosphere! I hope you have more staying power than I have. You’re on my Google Reader, so keep it entertaining.

  2. Lisa

    Robb I am proud of you. I know you can do it, especially for your daughter. Three oh One Really! UGH. Keep with it, and if you need some health info, I am your girl.

  3. Brenda

    Robb,
    Good luck losing weight. The older we get the harder it is. I know this from experience.
    We are moving ahead with the 150th EUMC celebration in 2009. I will send you more info soon.

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