Posted on April 16, 2008 by coffeeshoptheologian
The many hours I’ve invested in whittling down my email inbox to zero have finally borne their intended fruit. I give you… (pause for drum roll and the deafening din of throngs of frenzied supporters)… the empty inbox, in all its resplendent glory. Believe me, people, this inbox is empty for the glory of God. It’s the only thing worth sifting through [actual number deleted to protect the reputation of the guilty as a hard worker] of emails!
“Thank you. Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen. It’s good to be here. Thank you.” All this repetition reminds me of something I came across… This is hilarious. I believe Ann Curry uses the word “morning” 4 times in a span of about 3 seconds.
Ohhhhh goodness…. Can you believe this stuff? I love the internet.
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Posted on September 25, 2007 by coffeeshoptheologian
… but my email inbox has been down to zero for the last 4 weeks straight. This is on par with the miraculous, people. We’re talking down to zero from 350 emails. Granted, half of those were informational in nature and were just things I wanted to log or file for future use (illustrations, resources, etc.), but it still feels quite nice to have my inbox down to zero. “Oh, how I love… Jesus…” and simplicity and cleanliness and organization.
Here’s the pathetic part… It’s the first time my inbox has been down to zero in, oh… about 5 years. Scary.
Anybody out there in cyberspace got any scary and/or scary-turned-happy email inbox stories?
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