Blogging Off

I forgot to mention that I’m taking part in something called the November 2008 Blogoff. The rules are as follows:

  1. You must post a blog entry every day of November (including weekends).
  2. You may not just reference a photo or a video, there must be a minimum of one paragraph written.
  3. You may not blog about blogging.

You may write on whatever topic you’d like, but one post per week has to be devoted to the following topic:

Week 1: Politics

Week 2: Religion

Week 3: Sexuality

Week 4: Money

Joining me in this challenge are the following bloggers:

I need to check out some of the other bloggers to get to know more about them, though I already visit at least one of them semi-regularly, and I suspect most, if not all of them, have some religious or spiritual slant (but I’m not certain of that).

Hopefully I’ll manage not to miss a day.


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