This is my 100th post on this blog, which I began in February. This reminds me of the main problem with blogs:

Over time there end up being 100s of posts on a blog and the best posts get buried under the new ones. This means new readers could miss out on the good stuff.

So I’ve decided to create a page called Best Posts. These are the posts that have received a lot of traffic, positive comments to me from friends and readers and also includes personal favorites of mine.

I’ll also list them below but first some housekeeping notes:

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I installed a Facebook Like button at the bottom of each post. They seem to be all the rage now. This way you can effortlessly share posts on Facebook if you ever feel so inclined. There’s also a regular share button that lets you send posts as an email or on Twitter, etc. Please share away – I don’t write these posts in order to hoard them for myself.

I’ve also installed a star rating and thumbs up rating at the bottom of posts. If you like a post (or don’t like one) you can anonymously give it a rating or a thumbs up or down if you’re too shy to leave a comment. I’ve used this on two other blogs for a couple of months and have benefited a lot from this feedback.

It has NOTHING AT ALL to do with ego, but with wanting to know what resonates with you. I’m not only concerned with what I want to write about…I want to know what you like too. Leaving comments always works too – I love getting your feedback.

OK, before this ends up being the most boring 100th post ever, here are my greatest hits posts:

Why Christians Suck at Storytelling

Nothing Brings Forth a Memory (Or Makes a Grandfather Cry) Like Music

Ferdinand the Bull: Champion of Introverts

Sam Sheepdog vs. Ralph Wolf

How to Overcome Zerissenheit (torn-to-pieces-hood)

Vicki the Biker’s Spring Break Survival Guide

The Case For Loneliness

How Listening is Like Prozac

You’re Always Telling a Story…Even at the Grocery Store

How To Harvest Your Failures And Stop Seeking Approval

Thanks for reading!

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