Well, Lea just opened her third 40-oz. Colt 45, the boys are in the garage trying to get an old chain saw running, and I’m sifting through the softcore on the DVR, deciding what to keep. It’s a fairly typical Sunday night around here.
Heh. Actually I’m semi-aggressively ignoring the Oscars and trying to think critically about my time online. Several months ago I read an article about a hyper-connected suburbanite who unplugged completely from the Internet one day per week. The idea keeps popping up in my head. One day a week? I could do that. What could happen? Most of the things I can think of would be positive.
It seems Lent is almost here, and I’ve decided I’m going to have “unplugged” Sundays for the duration—no email, no blogging, no news and opinion, no Facebook, no anything. I haven’t decided yet whether writing a post ahead of time to automatically appear on Sunday violates the spirit, but I’m leaning toward thinking it does.
So this is probably my last Sunday post for at least several weeks. If anything interesting happens to me as a result, I’ll let you know.