Sunday, February 10, 2008

Blogroll amnesty

Rob Singleton has joined the blogroll. Rob is "the lead pastor and founding pastor of Southbrook Community Church" and runs an "evangelically conservative blog." If he's reading The Barefoot Bum, we might expect some... er... sparks. I'll put his blog on my daily reading list for a while and see if anything interesting pops up.

1 comment:

  1. He joined my blogroll too, which I found interesting, as I swear, froth, and rant entirely too much and too descriptively. I did warn him, though.

    That said, I am now attempting to cadge a spot on your blogroll, cadgerish codger that I am. Tell me it'll be okay. And I love you too.

    Yurk, did I really say that? It's the tea talking.

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