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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Blog (10/20/11)

TITLE: Help! I'm Stuck in a Blog
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10/25/11


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Help! I am stuck in a blog or is it a fog? Lately I get so confused. I spend my mornings writing to the world about whatever crosses my mind. I want to tell the world about writing and God and how God gives talent. I am insane with words and I canít stop putting them down. I dream blog, eat blog, BLOG, BLOG, BLOG, BLOG AND BLOG -
W H E W! I THINK IíM DIZZY.

But, what am I to do? I canít seem to stop. I have to blog, God gave me this blog Ė itís blessed, or maybe itís possessed. I donít know anymore. Why did I start this blog? How can I be so lost in something so meant for good?
Now my head is hurting, and I am having a breakdown or is it a blog down?
Thatís it! Iíve closed down the blog. Iíve blogged out, blogged away Ė whatever!

I go to sleep and I dream in blogs. Everything is a blog or a fog.
I wake up feeling tired, unaccomplished, angry and so unworthy of what I must do for God or is it for God or the blog?

I go to the doctor and explain my situation. I tell him I am in a blog fog; I canít get out no matter how hard I try. My judgment is clouded and I am bogged down in a blog fog.

He examines me and says ďAh, you are in an internet coma. You need to take two aspirin and leave town. Go to a place where there arenít any computers and rest so your fog can be replaced with God and your blog will no longer seem a fog.Ē

Blog to God from a Distraught Soul
I goofed and I am sorry. You told me to write for you and blog what you say, but somewhere I lost sight of who the blogging was for. Help me to recover my sense of purpose in an age when nothing is clear anymore.
I love you,
Your Holy Blogger,
Angela


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Randy Foncree11/04/11
Very creative...thanks for sharing and God bless you...
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 11/04/11
This was an entertaining read. The fast flow of words matched the MC's anxiety. You definitely covered the topic. I've read a few other stories about blogs taking too much time and attention from God. Yours was definitely funny.
Catherine Maher11/05/11
It's funny but blogs can take on a life of their own and before we know it, it's out of control and out of God's plan.
I like the end of the story though, bless you, holy blogger.
Theresa Santy 11/05/11
Funny! I was truly entertained by this entry. Love your sense of humor.

"Take two aspirin and leave town." LOL! I loved this line because it caught me by surprise.

Replacing blog fog with God -- Brilliant!
Kristine Baker11/06/11
I could sense the feelings in this piece very easily. Dreaming in blog...I usually wake up with blog ideas :)

Good job!
Camille (C D) Swanson 11/06/11
Simple, short and to the point! I enjoyed it.

It is difficult at times to pull together the subject matter with so few paragraphs, but you accomplished this in a masterful way.

Nice job! God Bless~
Mildred Sheldon11/06/11
This may sound insane, but I can relate. This was funny and very enjoyable. Thank you for a very interesting take on blogs.
djvenzke Venzke 11/08/11
An imaginative take on writer's block with some humor and good conclusion.
Tracy Nunes 11/11/11
I enjoyed this. It moves right along with just the right amount of detail to convey the point without weighing it down. Good job and excellent point!
Glynis Becker 11/12/11
You cleverly used just a few words to tell a whole story. I enjoyed it from the first line. Very well done!
Nancy Bucca11/13/11
This is very cute and creative. Loved it.