I don't know what blogs you read, but I thought it would be interesting to blog my day through the voice of other bloggers who I read. Repeat, this is my day, slightly adjusted to be heard through their voices.
Scott would write:
Randy made himself a cup of coffee as soon as he got out of bed. Personally, I drove to Starbucks where I spent an hour talking with the barrista about their faith journey. Then later we went out to lunch. I love lunch. We ate at this great little restaurant where....
Shawn would write:
After coffee, Randy went to the prayer room where things were a little disrupted because of the carpet layers. This is not a charismatic term. They were literally laying carpet. I challenged them all to become Apostolic Carpet Layers. Comments anyone?
Gary would write:
After the prayer room, Randy went to his office. I am PUMPED UP!!! about my new office too. It rocks! We've got cases of Mountain Dew in the back and huge speakers pumping out Lynard Skynard so loud that we'll never get kidney stones. The bass will just pulverize them. I LOVE MY JOB! I AM PUMPED UP!!!!
David would write:
When he arrived at his office, Randy stopped out front to say hello to the muslim fellow who owns the building. I cannot help but ponder the stunning, eschatological ramifications of this. Consider, for the first time in human history, how bizarre this all is. To put it in a more precise way, the ironic nuances of launching a national initiative of fasting and prayer next to a conclave of babylonic influence.
Jackson would write:
Then Dad worked on some Call stuff. He used his Blackberry a lot. Have you seen the new iPhone? It came out today. I read about it on Engadget.
Kelsey would write:
All this work he's doing will really pay off in the Millennial Kingdom.
Grayson would write:
I hope Dad sells his Blackberry and sends the money to Sudan. Those kids don't have beds. Send me your beds and I will mail them to Sudan. When are they doing rapid fire prayer?