2010: best posts, and personal reflections

Here are what I think are my best posts of 2010:

As I hinted at in that last post of mine, this has been a difficult year for me, culminating in my ongoing divorce proceedings after my then wife unexpectedly told me that she considered that whole “forsaking all others” thing as less of a solemn vow and more of a guideline. I’ve taken a long look at my priorities as a result, and resolved to spent less time arguing with idiots on the Internet (so, if you see me back on the Premier Christian Radio forums, remind me of my resolution) and more time going out dancing. There’ll probably be fewer posts of substance from me in 2011; however, I’m perfectly happy to argue with sane and sensible people, and I doubt I’ll be able to resist that urge entirely.

Thanks to my friends and family for all their support, and to the strangers who wrote to ask where I’d gone during the hiatus in my postings. May 2011 be a better year for us all.

2 Comments on "2010: best posts, and personal reflections"

  1. As a stranger who stumbled on your blog a while ago via a friend of a friend, I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading it. I find it intelligent, thoughtful, funny and it provides me with an insight into the perplexing world of what draws people into religions. I’m looking forward to whatever posts you feel you have time to make in 2011.


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