In which Ruth lets down her readers

Oh what a bad blogger have I been! My intentions fall by the wayside in direct proportion to looking after two more churches during their interregnum. I collapse at the end of the day in front of the TV with my pussy cats by my side and zonk out completely. And you know something? I don’t even remember what I did last week.

I know it has taken me about a month to read The Cuckoo Calls by Robert Galbraith, aka J K Rowling. I can give you a short review: OK story but too long. I only persevered to find out whodunnit. Writing was ok just too much of it.

On Sunday I had great fun with one of my little interregnum-flocks. We did SWOT analysis and looked at what they wanted in a priest. I managed to contradict most of that. Well, everyone wants a ‘family man with young family’. Jings. You’d be far better with an old wifie my age, I told them. We want someone ‘healthy’ someone said. I take 10 pills to get me going in the morning, said I.  I’ve left them doing the Parish Profile and look forward to reading that.

The diary is pretty full from now on so don’t expect me back here until reflection time. But heh! you never know. I just might be bursting to share something.

Here are some lovely BVM pics to ponder at this pregnant season…

BVM mullan  pregnancy-test  Pregnant Virgin dreamstime  The Crowning by Sara Schnelle

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3 thoughts on “In which Ruth lets down her readers

  1. My feeling is that irregularity of posts does not make a bad blogger, but an interesting one.

    Bad bloggers include the authors of those blogs which are rarely updated and/or which peter out after just a few posts, but far worse are the bloggers who feel duty bound to post daily (or even more frequently) whether or not they have anything to say, and who recycle old jokes, urban myths and – worst of all – uncritically accepted opinions from the Daily Mail and papers of that ilk!

  2. Thanks Ruth,
    I thoroughly enjoy your rants! Refreshing, honest and often close to my own heart! Long may you continue and I look forward to your 2014 contributions..
    Eileen

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