church issues · goals · relationships

The Worlds Collide

So this morning… I was looking for a way to put my poems on myspace, or do an rss feed, or something. Well, when I got here, I ended up putting my poetry blog onto the new blogger format, which, unbeknownst to me, stuck my poetry blog onto the same profile as this one.
At first, that posed a bit of a problem, because, well, for a few reasons:

  1. This blog was not necessarily known by any of my friends. I was just sort of doing it to be doing it, you know? Not to be read by folks who actually know me.
  2. I’ve given out the poetry link to quite a few of said friends. Not sure how many of them actually look at it anymore, since most of those folks are in Tallahassee, but still.
  3. Which means that now, the people who looked at my poetry blog would be able to also see this one. Ready for a sublist of why that’s a problem? ok:

a) My heading on this blog. Some of the people that have the poetry link, heck most of them… are members of the church that I refer to as a cult. I’m afraid that I may hurt some feelings. I do still feel that way, and hesitate greatly to change my wording just because someone is looking. However, my intention is not to make anyone mad with that label. I’m not judging the people who are still there. Ok, enough apologizing. It’s my blog and I can write what I want, right? ugh.

b) Not sure if I’m completely ready for 2 worlds to collide. It’s kind of like Work George and Fun George, a la Seinfeld.


That being said, I’m going to leave it the way it is. For so long, I felt that I lived 2 different lives, and had to hide one from the other… and I don’t want to feel that way anymore.

Here’s to 2007. A Year of Oneness.

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