My church is changing the internet system that they will be using to collect tithes.
I had intended to stay after church tomorrow, and have some of the people at the church help me migrate my tithing to the new platform.
But then I got to thinking, 'I'm a Gen-X'er for Christ's sake (pun intended), I should be computer/internet savvy enough to do this on my own; so, I shouldn't need assistance from the antediluvian crowd (again, pun intended).
And lo and behold, I didn't need help. The system allowed me to use my debit card, instead of a check. After all they both draw from the same pool of money. And this IS the 21st century. And I AM a 21st century digital boy. The debit route just seems less cumbersome, and we all remember that mantra of the Lazy Middle-class Intellectual (of which I am a card carrying member): KISS (keep it simple stupid). Simple is better.
Never put off 'til tomorrow, what you can do today. Or better yet, right now, in the ever-flowing stream of consciousness. Life on a string, baby.