So here we are.  Lent has arrived for 2010 and I really haven’t put much thought into what I’m going to sacrifice for the next 40 days.  Last year was pretty tough with the whole beard thing.  This year, I think I’m going to simplify things.  I’ve done the “no red meat” thing before, so I think I will subscribe to that thinking again this year.  But I also feel like more needs to be done.  I was thinking that I could do something where I work out hard every day of Lent, but now I am going to be do a lot of traveling over the next month.  It will be near impossible to accomplish that.  Maybe I’ll give up cursing?  Nah.  That’s been done.  I also tried to give up sarcasm, and that worked wonders… not!

So I know it’s a little late in the game, but please feel free to send any ideas my way.  Keep it realistic.  Also feel free to buy some shares of Chick-Fil-A stock.  I’m going to be paying them quite a few visits until Easter.  Peace!

-Dave Q.

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