Changing The Rules
I don’t usually have two posts in a single day except on Two for Tuesdays. Today is a bit different.
I don’t know why I didn’t think of before, but now it makes perfect sense to me. If you have been reading my blog for a while, you’ve seen it migrate from a rather rambling type blog to one that is becoming a bit more structured. That’s how I used to do a campground service that I lead on Sunday mornings. I would wonder from week to week what scripture I would use. Sometimes I didn’t get it figure out until late on Saturday or occasionally on Sunday morning before I went.
Now, I do a Two for Tuesday post, which means that I know that I am going to have two posts ready on Tuesdays. I’ve got Twitterifc Thursday, which means I’m going to write about something in 140 words or less.
Now, I’m changing and setting the rules a bit more. Since my post this morning was about change, I thought today would also be a good day to preview what’s coming up here on the Deuceology channel.
Tomorrow will debut the Follow Friday Deuceology Style post. I will highlight or feature someone that I follow that blogs or is on Twitter.
Saturdays will be sports oriented. Specifically, it will be University of Tennessee focused. I will write about some of the things I see going on within the sports program. I may throw other sports interests too. It will be one of my more lighthearted, less serious posts of the week.
Mondays will bring a discussion of dreams. Not the kind we have when we sleep, but the big dreams we have in life that God give us. This is an area of interest that I think about and wouldn’t mind sharing.
The remainder of my posts will be rather random and be what you have come to expect. However, just to give you an idea of what they may be, they may be an idea sparked from a magazine article or another blogpost that I have read. The stuff I read usually sends me in a direction with what I want to write. One other rule that I am establishing comes from what I’ve written over the past few months. I want to be more positive than negative. I want Deucology to be more encouraging. Hopefully, I will achieve that.