Sometimes I get on a roll, and I blog regularly. I get grand ideas like blog every single day for the entire year.
And then life gets hectic, and I fail to blog at all. Birthdays and special events happen, and I fail to record them. I panic about this because I am not scrapbooking anymore, and I like to document special days in our lives.
Some days I have some time available to blog, and then I can think of nothing to say.
Some days I have a lot on my mind that I want to shout from the rooftops, but no time to type.
So I wrestle with this blog thing. Which explains the sporadic nature of my posts.
I also am reminded, again, that I have no margin in my life. When small or large interruptions happen (like Julie having her wisdom teeth out last week), or small or large crises (like my father-in-law being put in the hospital last Friday), my days quickly unravel. Add to that the emotional stress of the situations, and every task seems more difficult.
My father-in-law is still in the hospital. He had surgery yesterday, and he will remain in the hospital for the rest of this week. He still faces another surgery (as far as I know right now) at another hospital at a later date.
Well. Those are my thoughts for the day.
Oh. I began the Bible in 90 Days reading plan February 1. So far, I have kept up with the reading for these first three days.