Thinking Out Loud

February 23, 2009

The Party Planning Committee Invites You To a Party

Filed under: blogging, Christianity, Faith — Tags: , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 5:30 pm

phyllis-the-officeRecognize her?   That’s Phyllis from NBC’s The Office. Since this blog originates in Canada, NBC is probably working on a way to prevent us from uploading her likeness, since both they and their subsidiary Hulu, have blocked us from just about anything Office-related.  But I digress.   Phyllis is chair of the Party Planning Committee at Dunder-Mifflin, which seemed appropropriate since tomorrow we’re having a party.

Tomorrow this blog celebrates its one year anniversary online. One year and a whopping 660 posts.   Plus an estimated 400 comments left on others’ blogs since I really got into this.   What a ride it has been!   But I’ll say more about that tomorrow.

But — as I will again tomorrow — I want to thank you readers for making it all worthwhile.    For encouraging me to read more books.   For encouraging me to think through greater issues.   But mostly, for allowing me to post crazy links, cartoons, offbeat stories and for not expecting me to fit the regular blogger mold.

See ya tomorrow; Lord willing.

The part of Phyllis Lapin (aka Phyllis Vance)  is played by Phyllis Smith.


1 Comment »

  1. Happy Anniversary, Paul!

    Keep up the good work. I always enjoy your posts.

    And you’ve taken me on journeys through throughout the ‘net to interesting sites I would never have discovered for myself –thanks!

    Comment by kaybee — February 23, 2009 @ 10:45 pm

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