The question is--What to blog--What to blog???
It has always been the aim of this blogger to do as much good as possible, but I was told that my blogging technique may be doing more harm than good. I am hoping that is wrong, but I fear that it may be true--very true. So what can I blog about, especially today. My day off of both jobs and the day before I start practicing for my next church service.
I don't think I ever wrote much about my clarinet playing, which I taught myself though various Clarinet learning books. I remember it well, it was the spring of 2009, the younger of my two sons was getting ready to graduate from high school and I was getting ready for the nest to empty, but I did not want my life to empty, so I took up the clarinet.
Tomorrow, I start practicing to play in front of the church, St. Stephen Lutheran Church to be exact. This time, I have made up my mind to spend more time in constructive practice, because last time I played for the church I did so bad that, if truth be known, I did as much faking if not more faking than real playing, which was why I did not blog about it before
Lord, Help me, Jesus; I hope and pray by posting this--that this does only good in keeping children of all ages; regardless of race, creed, religion, ethnicity and sexual preference, safe in school; in what ever country they are living in.
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