"He felt that he was in possession of some impossible good news, which made every other thing a triviality, but an adorable triviality."
-- G.K. Chesterton, The Man Who Was Thursday, Chapter XV
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Just Putting it Out There
You know that intimate impersonality of the blog and social media worlds? How you can know someone's politics, their religious views, what they ate for dinner last Thursday, but still not have a clue about some of the deeper aspects of their character, behavior, and values? Well, in an unprecedented move, I am making a bold proclamation to bridge the gap on Trivialities between the known and the unknown. I am pulling back the curtain a little today, to expose for public approval or censure a crucial component to my philosophical standings. Yes, I am a cyber-pioneer of sorts. Thanks for noticing.
So, here it is. I'm just putting it out there. Judge me as you will.
Indeed, we are the sort of family who puts our rabbits on leashes and takes them for walkies (hoppies?).
Whew. I know I feel relieved to get that out there.