Scott Hodge



Sep 7, 2005

I’m beat. 

No, exhausted is actually the right word…

I’ve been tired before.  And beat.  But this is different.  And I don’t think it’s a good thing.  As you can see, blogging has had to take a backseat these past few days and will probably continue to stay back there until at least next week.  I’m going to let go of the pressure of blogging for a few days. 

Hang tight.  I’ll be back later.

10 Responses to “tired.”

  1. Chill. And enjoy chilling man.

  2. You’re not fasting from Starbucks, are you?

  3. Paughnee says:

    It’s definitely time for a break if you feel like you “have” to blog instead of “want” to blog. We’ll miss you, but I’m sure you’ll come back refreshed with good stuff to share (but no pressure :-) .

  4. David says:

    Take as much as you need Scott. I’ve taken a little time off too. This time of year is busy for everyone. We will be here when you get back.

  5. dave says:

    I know you’ve been praying for me, Be assured that we also are praying for you. Exo 18:14

  6. Take care of yourself man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of grieving over the loss of your grandma.
    We love you man!

  7. I can relate. We’ve had a couple of crazy weeks here. I can certainly make the distinction between sleep and rest.

  8. matt says:

    I’ve got an idea. We all love reading Scott so much, and he’s taking a break… on vacation so to speak. When a co-worker goes on vacation, we all pick up the slack for them, so let’s help Scott out.
    Let’s each leave comments for others to read about one time (I know some may have many, but one will be enough) when Scott has affected / improved / inspired / etc. our lives. This will give us things to read here until Scott is back from “blogger’s vacation”.
    Mine is this: Scott and I used to run… well jog… well move slightly faster than a walk together on a jogging trail in Tulsa. It didn’t last long, but what I really remember is I was so hard up to work at the same place Scott did and he was so kind to me and encouraged me to be patient and wait on God’s timing, even though that was the last thing I wanted to do. What I appreciate even more than his listening to me was his integrity during this. He knew the ugly side of things about the inside of where I wanted to work and he was currently working that I didn’t, yet he didn’t tell me even though he could have, and I often wonder if I would have. It still inspires me today as I have similar opportunities to do the same thing where I’m at today.
    Integrity stands out in my mind when I think of Scott.

  9. For me, Scott is a way cool brother I’ve met (via this blog) along life’s way. I know probably a lot less about him than most folks here, but I see who he surrounds himself with and that’s always a true testament to a man’s character. Scott obviously impacts the lives of those around him and I think alot of the folks here will testify to that. :)
    Good idea Matt.

  10. Scott was one of the first people that my husband and I talked to about my issues with depression. I never talked to anyone because I was afraid of what they would say.
    Scott didn’t condemn me nor did he offer advice. Instead, he and Amanda simply listened. When we asked what they thought concerning my treatment, then they provided us with their thoughts and insight. They always have helped us to keep our focus on what the Bible says not what we feel or what other people think.
    Scott is a GREAT man of God, and my husband and I thank God every day that we have the honor of knowing Scott.

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