Sunday, February 1, 2009

Church Shopping, Superbowling, and Twittering

Looking for a new church seems like it should be painless. You go, and whether or not you feel like it's right, it can't be that bad can it? What I'm learning is that church shopping is ridiculous. So many churches, yet none of them the one I need. Why is it so hard? Oh well, next week I'm checking out a catholic church with Ice. I'm really excited about it.

As for the rest of my typical Sunday activities, football season is done with the exception of the ProBowl. I didn't get to watch as much as I would have liked this season (and my fantasy team suffered for it), but I'm still sad to see it go. I just love knowing that Sundays and Mondays will provide hours of athletic entertainment. But there is always NFL network where I can watch replays to my heart's content.

And to make up for the time I will not be spending watching football, I've found a new hobby. As if Facebook and blogging didn't take up enough of my time, I'm now addicted to Twitter. I don't know why it's so great, but I'm really thrilled about it. I feel like the world should have constant updates of what's going on in my life. It's just like this blog, but quicker and less indepth. It was love at first sight.


Ben Lenox said...

I used Twitter for a couple months last semester, and I don't understand what the hubbub is about. It's just one small piece of Facebook exaggerated into its own platform. Is there really a difference other than its own limitations? I'm curious.

Kindall said...

It's more ADD than Facebook, which is part of what I enjoy. You can't be distracted by pictures and other junk like that. You can follow news (although CNN is not what I'm paying the most attention to). And it's really just much more shallow. I don't know why, but I like it!

Becca said...

Why the change in churches? And did you ever find out why Tom left? Does that have something to do with it?

Kindall said...

Nope, I never found out why Tom left, and that's not the reason I'm changing. I'm looking for a place with Sunday school because I want to know people at church (on a deeper level than knowing a person goes to Belmont). I want to find a small group that doesn't meet in the middle of the week and isn't full of young, married couples.