I appreciate all my readers. I seriously am blown away that anyone would want to read what I have to say. But I’m thankful for the honor.
I was thinking though. Readers really only know what I write. And, yet even though I’m not a complex person, there’s more to me than just this blog. I write a lot about leadership, family and church, but there’s so much more.
Here are 10 random things you may not know:
I’m not a chatter box. Never have been. Most every conversation I have is for an intentional purpose.
I’m seldom still. An off day for me is best when I feel productive in some way.
I need down time where there is little verbal communication. Sometimes more than other times.
When I choose to go to sleep it usually takes about 15 seconds after I say to Cheryl, “I’m going to sleep now”.
Most of the time when I’m driving I don’t turn on the radio.
When I was young we had a dog named “Dog”. I named him.
I don’t like rice or casseroles, but if you fixed it for me you’d never know. Now you do.
I seem strategic. I’m actually more random in my thought process. Strategic is a discipline.
Laziness frustrates me greatly. In myself or others.
I’ve been doing online ministry for over 15 years. I started with a dial up connection.
I had my first real job at 12 years of age. I made $1 per hour.
I’m picky about my running socks. It doesn’t matter to me with other socks.