March 7, 2009


I just happened to notice that my blog had 499 posts ... before this one. It's been five years of randomness, and this is post number 500! Not only that, but my little tracker-gizmo says I've had over 20,000 hits to the site since year number two (when I discovered the tracker-gizmo). That is a lot of people with very little time on their hands, but thank you to each of you for taking the time to read at least a little of my rambling.

So where do I find myself? Still job-hunting, of course, but feeling like an end may be in sight. I don't know what that end might look like, though.

I gave up, temporarily, the recording I was working on for "Prophesy" to try working on something a bit easier for my first time; it turns out that recording vocals is extremely difficult, and I picked the hardest song I'd written to try first. Figures, right? So I started a few "test-projects" to experiment, giving the vocals to a more ... experienced singer (my wife) so I can focus on the intricacies of recording without wondering why I sound like ... that.

Anyway, thank you to all of you who've read this long; I promise, I'm t
rying to think of some new topics to write on. Perhaps suggestions are in order from you, the readers? Just leave them in the comments section.

[The Management]


Dan said...

First - congrats on 500! That is a worthy accomplishment, especially since there was much thought going into a majority of your posts.
topic ideas: leading worship with kids (any ideas/hints/tips...); things you've learned since becoming a dad; review of any book you've read lately (possibly even a book of the bible - that would be sort of interesting, reading a "web-book-review" of say, Daniel or Hosea...)
You know what, forget blogging, let's just sit down and talk about this stuff.

Chris said...

I agree :)

But the book idea is actually not bad, I just read a few interesting books that could be interesting to talk through, chief among them "The Purpose Driven Church." The worship theme might not be bad either, it could give me some time to reflect on my intended career ...