Middle finger of grammar & 4 things I realized from Stuff Christians Like

I enjoy reading other blogs. They make me smarter, they make me laugh, they make me cry, and sometimes all of the above. I especially appreciate when they hit home and help me with something going on in my life. It’s that can’t-see-the-forest-for-the-trees thing, know what I mean? Today, please go visit Stuff Christians Like by Jonathan Acuff and read this:

Trying to find “your thing.”

I’m struggling lately, feeling a bit crappy, unproductive, a bit wordless. So now that we’ve read Jonathan’s post a couple of things are clear to me.

4 Things I realized from reading Stuff Christians Like today, by Jonathan Acuff:

#1 – I’ve been properly using the middle finger of grammar (intentional lower case instead of upper case) for a while now. I find it gives me internal satisfaction, and now that the rule is becoming more widely known, externally satisfying too since readers can share in the word smack.

#2 – The areas I feel crappiest are clearly the areas I’m under attack by s (doesn’t deserve more letters than that).

#3 – I have hope again, because seriously, I thought those areas were over for me. I’ve got work to do. And first, I’m praying Jesus into every room in my house, into this computer, and into my life in all areas. I’m surrounding myself with good stuff….good food, good music, good prayer time.

#4 – I WAS made to Worship! You and I were made to Worship….


About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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One Response to Middle finger of grammar & 4 things I realized from Stuff Christians Like

  1. Laura says:

    I'm going to have to check out Stuff Christians Like to fully grasp this, I think. But I can read between the lines (or the fingers?). Middle finger of grammar? Now that is descriptive.

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