Well, a year ago I started this blog. It's been fun being a blogger, although I don't think I'm great at it, but I never claimed to be. Now I'm trying to decide whether I should call it a day (or a year) or keep going. One of my original goals in blogging was to share things I've been thinking about, especially related to Christianity. I've done a lot of thinking the past few years, but haven't had the guts to write about it yet. I'm not sure why. I've also tried to use this space to keep those who are interested, updated on what's going on in Zimbabwe. Unfortunately there hasn't been a lot of good news, but it's always good to be aware.
If I continue in the blogging world I think I'll commit to be more open and honest about what's going on inside my head. I also like to ask questions and have loved the times my posts have turned into mini-conversations. Yes, comments are a good thing! But they also require people who read this. I know there are a few faithful readers out there, but I guess (and here's where the first "honest" part comes) I need a little affirmation. I'm quite happy to not be a blogger or to be one, but to me there's no point if there's no one out there to have a 'conversation' with. So if you're out there, let me know. I'll even let you do it with the handy dandy anonymous poll feature. It's been a good ride, however much longer it lasts!