I once lived in a glass house.
It was pretty nice at times, lots of sunlight, but it tended to be drafty in winter and taking showers was awkward.
One day it shattered when a rock hit it.
February is over and I am done. It’s been fun. It has indeed made the month go faster and I enjoyed it but am also glad it’s over. It’s better to be for things than against them.
To all those who were offended that I was peeved at something you do, don’t worry about it: I’m peeved with myself on a daily basis and as I’ve learned over and over, my opinion matters very little. I get peeved as a source of entertainment. Life goes on. Relax, plenty more serious things to worry about out there, like people who buy bottled water. Seriously? You don’t have faucets and reusable containers near you?
Oh wait, there I go again. Relax.
March onward and upward!
Pet Peeve Month Recap:
Christians who are Always Peeved about Something
Pastors and Sex
Christians and Alcohol
Holy Spiritless Christianity
Keep Your Seeking God Statements to Yourself
Basing Your Salvation on Being Like Others
PMS and the Gospel
Paul, Grace and Law
Blaming Church for Kids Wandering Away
“The Call” to Ministry
I’m Spending time with God so I won’t be blogging, Facebooking, etc
Oh, I Don’t Watch TV
If God be for Me, Who Can be Against Me?!!!
Not Agreeing with Everything a Theologian Says
Christian Compliments After Arguments
The Man Upstairs
The Inoffensive Gospel
It’s A Mystery!
When was the Last Time you Heard a Sermon on That?
AIM’s Pet Peeve Month