Where seldom is heard a discouraging blog

I was reading another article today that seemed to categorize bloggers as miserable male malcontents with bones to pick.

It got me thinking about the blogs that I check the most often.  I do sometimes wander over to some of the political blogs, to see what’s being said about the news of the day.  However the blogs that I read the most are on my blogroll (along the right-hand side of my blog’s home page).  Those blogs are mostly maintained by people that I know personally.

For the most part they are my fellow-travellers on the journey of following Jesus Christ.

And they generally don’t fit that stereotype of the angry middle-aged curmudgeon blogger.

Take for example my cousin Sharon A. and my work-mate and church-mate Sharon K.  I don’t know a lot of people more positive than the two Sharons.

In fact, come to think of it, I’m probably closer to that stereotype than anyone on my blogroll.  Luckily most of my friends are non-judgemental.

4 Responses to “Where seldom is heard a discouraging blog”

  1. Suzanne says:

    Thank you for flogging my blog :)

    When your roll is called up yonder

    I’ll be there!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Linea says:

    So how did you put that? “The angry middle-aged curmudgeon blogger.” I suppose you may be approaching middle age. :)

  3. SharonK says:

    You’re certainly not a curmudgeon blogger….perhaps just a bit impatient waiting to see the good woman and half of your children….very soon. Keep on blogging!!!! :-)

  4. Toni says:

    People need an incentive to blog, and being angry is a great source of enthusiasm.