Remember when I said I was going to start posting twice a week? About that…
“When our plans become casualties of getting through the day, we begin to know our weakness,” sings Will Reagan in the United Pursuit song “Looking for a Savior.” I know exactly what he means. My blogging plans have been pushed aside in favor of school, work, dance, socializing, sanity.
Why have I not blogged?
I have no great inspiration and no time to come up with great inspiration.
In short, I don’t think I’ll be doing the biweekly posting thing. I’m sorry to everyone who signed up anticipating great posts twice a week. I’m sorry to my family who wants to hear from me. Whoops. I am weak.
Summer is here, and that means one of two things: 1) I’ll actually get a blog post in every week or so, or 2) I will have no time to write. So bear with me. Please keep following me. (Or don’t. I need to learn to not care as much about my follower count.)
Instead of trying to cram in writing, what if this summer I am intentional about being with people and forging meaningful relationships? Writing is great. Blogging can be encouraging for others. But as much as I am an introvert, I am a people person. My life has been changed by the people and events around me. I want to be a force for change in the people I care about. God is very good and very kind, and I want to be like him.
Kudos to everyone who blogs regularly. That is a considerable feat as it turns out. Maybe someday I’ll come back to it.
Is this a goodbye post? I don’t know. Let’s see.