"Psst, anyone still here?" she wondered.
Hundreds of thoughts run through her mind. Should she mention her aversion to this new-fangled Blogger? She proudly considers herself an old fashioned girl, and she misses the "old fashioned" Blogger. She decides against saying anything about it, however; no one would be interested.
She considers what else has transpired since February 8th. Why, the beginning of March! Perchance one would be intrigued by her discourse on the "in like a lion, out like a lamb" March weather. But no, that would be far more suited to parlor banter.
She smiles as she considers her scant remaining audience being amused as they read her anecdote from yesterday afternoon. She regales herself by replaying the scene in her mind.
There she had sat at her desk at work, so very tired. All she had wanted to do was sleep. Proceeding to zone out, her eyes glazed over and her body relaxed into the supposedly ergonomic office chair she occupied. How could she have known that it was possible to fall into a semi-sleeping state (or a "long blink" as she preferred to call it) with eyes wide open? Suddenly, she had jerked to attention, only to realize that she had just been "dreaming" of amillennialism vs. premillennialism. As she had shaken the fogginess from her mind, she avowed not to tell anyone of this. No one would understand. Who dreams of differentiating eschatological views?
Jennifer bites her lip as she remembers that that account is not supposed to be shared with anyone for fear of being labeled as one of those crazy theological geeks, and she supposes a blog entry featuring that story would not be permissible.
Oh! She could speak of her exciting, event-filled weekend, beginning with the mini-trip to Canada! It is going to be a blast. She is looking forward to road-trippin' it up to Ontario with her dear friend, Daasy, while the two of them will be jamming to some solid theology-packed Christian rap and headbanging to John Piper sermons. As seems to be tradition for road trips, Jennifer hopes to have time to bake banana bread for the ride up. Once in Ontario, the two will enjoy a rousing day filled with hockey tournament games and fellowship with some dear brothers.
Upon returning to the Twin Cities on Sunday evening, she will be heading over to Bethlehem for OneAnother's Variety Show. In the course of said Variety Show, a video will be shown featuring her as a "Typical Bethlehem Woman." The movie narrates how and why it is so challenging to get a date with those Bethlehem women. Apparently, they're a different sort of breed. Jennifer chuckled smugly over that fact. She also decided not to delve into divulging her weekend plans. Too long of a story, she determined.
After dismissing a few more thoughts that came to mind of potential bloggable moments, she decided on a very ascetic approach to her first post in over a month...she will simply pose the question:
Hey, does anybody still read this thing?