Here are the rules should you decide to keep them:
- Write about 5 specific ways blogging has affected you, either positively or negatively.
- Link back to the person who tagged you
- Link back to this parent post (L.L. Barkat is not so much interested in generating links, but rather in tracking the meme so she can perhaps do a summary post later on that looks at patterns and interesting discoveries.)
- Tag a few friends or five, or none at all
- Post these rules— or just have fun breaking them
So, how blogging has changed me:
- The one thing that blogging has done is keep in the practice of writing each week.
- I have to agree with Allan that I have been surprised by the vitriol that exists out there. I had heard about it in connection with other blogs but I am surprised by how many who call themselves Christians do not act like Christians.
- I also have to agree with Allan in that it has connected me with many thoughtful and faithful people. I have been reconnected with classmates from college and found others who are also alumni of Truman State University – Andy, “tag, you’re it!. (Helen, if you were blogging, I would tag you as well 🙂
- I have found others who see the value of science and religion in one’s life and how both are important to a complete life – Henry, “tag, you’re it!”
- When I started blogging, I knew nothing about the blogosphere or the extent to which it extends out into the world. I forget who it was that brought me into the Methoblog so I am going to thank Jay Voorhees – Jay, “tag,you’re it!”. Also, I can’t remember who invited me to join the RevGalBlogPals list so I am going thank Rev. Abi – Abi, “tag, you’re it!”. I don’t participate as much as I did or should but they have shown me the need to redefine what is meant by a community.
- To meet the requirements for five people, you, the reader, are invited to participate.