I'm on cloud 9rules

I'm on cloud 9. For as long as I can remember, I have been a bit of a geek, one might even say clumsy. In grade-school, I was never picked first at recess, and yet was everyone's best friend when it came time to do a group project presenation. This problem, if you'd like to call it that, persists even today. What started with an interest in Mario Paint turned into Fireworks.

Mario Paint

Well, today I was dubbed one of the cool kids, and feel happier than if I'd gotten an extra carton of chocolate milk. I received an email today from Mr. Paul Scrivens, of the 9rules Network. If you're not sure what that means, don't be discouraged, neither did I when I first saw the emblem on the blog of Chris J. Davis. Despite my initial assumption that it was a play on words to mean "no" rules, I have been informed that indeed you must be a good upstanding citizen to join.

The 9rules Network is focused on quality content-driven websites, on a myriad of topics. Some of the members are from Canada, the United States, and even Europe. Sounds cool, huh? Yeah, I think so too. I have to admit that on July 1st, when I submitted my site at 12:01am, with sweaty palms of anticipation, I did not really think that it would make the cut. Alas, I have been deemed worthy to be listed alongside sites like Almost Cool. I guess that ranks me right up there in the mildly-amusing category.

So, from here on out, expect a renewed commitment to quality writing as it pertains to web-design, church politics, and stretching your dollar as a seminary student. I'm sure that alot of you coming to this site will wonder what the heck it's doing in the 9rules Network, in which case I invite you to give me feedback as to how I can improve it.