Do you remember “guest books”? I’m not talking wedding guest books or funeral guest books. I’m talking about online guest books.
Back in the early days of the internet, during the heyday of AOL and do-it-yourself websites on various community type pages (such as angelfire or homepages) and before the growth and domination of blogs and social media, every site had a “guest book.”
There would be a huge icon someone on the site with the words “Sign my Guest Book.” The best sites, of course, had an animated GIF icon that would flash various colors or show a book opening and closing or a pen writing in the book. It was awesome…. if you like that kind of thing.
I never had guest books on any of my sites.
But, I’ve always enjoyed getting to know the people how spend time reading and interacting with what I write. In fact, several times over the last few years, I’ve written posts like that with one goal in mind: to allow you and other readers to introduce yourself.
So, this is your opportunity to “sign my guest book.” Please take a moment to tell us about yourself – whatever you feel comfortable sharing.
Also, on this blog, I primarily write about issues related to the church. So, if you are so inclined, I’d love to know a little about your own journey into church-related issues.
I look forward to “meeting” you!