Tired but No Sleep

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April 21, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

I am getting a little exhausted.

I meant to go to bed hours ago, but all of this blogging stuff has got me preoccupied. 

I need to be more disciplined.

Now I can confess my lazy sins online and anonymously.  Wow.  I actually did post a confession there (and intend to return).   It is call “Grouphug.com” TallSkinnyKiwi writes:

USERS GUIDE TO GROUP HUG: First time?
Write but don’t read. Treat it like a toilet . . . use it, but don’t look to see what’s already in there. Start here

I agree with TSK, however, this is not the place to be reading for fun.

It is healthy to let this stuff out . . . just don’t let it replace good old fashioned prayer and accountability with others.

Ok . . . need sleep . . .

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