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What I Did Over My Summer Vacation

I am thoroughly convinced that every teacher who ever assigned that writing assignment on the first day of school was stalling for time while they got the rest of their REAL curriculum together.

…but I digress…

With the summer coming to a close in just a few days, I thought I would use this “What I Did Over My Summer Vacation” premise to recap all of my ooey gooey blogging goodness over the summer months. Therefore, I shalt take the title of all my blogs (with the exception of the “Time To Learn” series) and give you a three word synopsis (aka “3WS”) describing my thoughts/feelings. Of course if you’re interesting in reading any of these blogs (and I definitely encourage you to), feel free to click the links on the vertical toolbar to the right and help yourself. Check it out:

JUNE 2014

The Dark Room (Parts 1 and 2)
3WS = Unprofessional Church Musicians

Purpose By God’s Design
3WS = Charles Stanley Devotional

The Faithful Few
3WS = Less Is More

The Real Gospel Challenge: WHO and WHY
3WS = Sing For God

Working In The Shop
3WS = Workshops Do Work

JULY 2014

Double Booked
3WS = Schedule A Break

The Inbox (Parts 1 through 9)
3WS = Funny And Interesting


Challenge Is Inevitable (Parts 1 and 2)
3WS = Don’t Be Complacent

Church Is NOT A Hospital (Parts 1 through 3)
3WS = Church Is Church

The Paomnnehal Pweor Of The Hmuan Mnid
3WS = Fearfully, Wonderfully Made

What I Did Over My Summer Vacation
3WS = Clip Show Equivalent


I think the conclusion here is that for as much as I love music, there is a whole wide world of subject matter to explore both musical and non-musical. The main thing to remember is that regardless of what you’re reading or studying, just make sure that you never get complacent in your learning. A laugh, an “Ah Ha!”, an “I’m going to use that”, or even a “Really?!?!?!?” are the very things that help us to grow.

That’s what I did (on WordPress) this Summer. What about you?


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