It’s Twitterfic Thursday, where I write something in 14o words, more or less. This is a special year-end Two-fer edition. T hat’s right. You get a double dose of Twitterific Thursday today. However, this one gets nowhere near 140 words.
I don’t know about you, but I have seen a ton of top ten lists for the year. From songs to movies to TV shows, I think I have seen my fair share. Several of my blogging brothers and sisters have run their Top 10 lists or repeated their top posts. I want to go the other way. Here are my least viewed posts. They need more love and I learned more from them than I did those that did well.
10. Working On A Building. After reading this one, I understand why it comes in at the 10th least viewed of the year.
9. Back To The Basics. This was an ill-fated attempt at a series from when I was teaching Sunday school. Booooorrrriinnng. Who wants a rerun of my Sunday school lessons? Certainly not me. That’s why this didn’t last.
8. Failure Isn’t Final. I actually like this one. This was in the early days of Deuceology. Please read this one and give it some action.
7. No Beast Of Burden. Another that I like. From July, before anyone was really reading.
6. Free Live Music. This one was from the first month of the blog. It was also my first with a picture. I got the idea while I was running.
5. Anchors For Dreams. I think this one was kind of stupid.
4. 140 Words (or less) About Focus. One of the early Twitterific Thursday posts, before I added the More to the Less.
3. What Are You Passionate About? I was trying to find out what my voice is and what I’m passionate about. I also thought that I was the next Jon Acuff.
2. Running Like Children. Again, one of my earlier posts. I had no idea what I was wanting to write about at this point.
And the least viewed post in 2011 here at the Deuceology blog……
1. Godliness Next To Patriotism. What in the world was I trying to say here?
Pick one or pick all ten. Read them. Hopefully I have improved over the past seven months. Hopefully, 2012 will be even better. Thanks for hanging in there with me and for your patience.