In my soul searching over the conviction I'm (stubbornly) still enduring, from this "almost" conversation, I've realized one thing for certain. As much as I do get tired of apologizing, the alternative is worse. At least when I apologize, I'm admitting my failure. Not apologizing would be saying that my thoughtlessness and procrastination are good, or at least acceptable things. They are not. As long as I keep repeating the same bad behaviors, I must continue to apologize for them.
So, I will…
I am sorry for being a complete flake about my blog the past few weeks. Since it seems I am completely incapable--at this time--of sticking to any kind of schedule, I'm scrapping it all together. It is a goal I hope to attain. But lately, I miss the mark more often than I hit it, so I'm erasing this mark, so to speak, so that I might concentrate more fully on some of my other marks. I believe as I submit to God, letting him "make me good," I will use my time and energy more wisely, and this blog will rise back to the top of "the list" that He is making for my priorities.
I have read two books which I intend to review here in the near future. It may not be for a few days because I'm down to the wire on planning my daughter's 4th Birthday party. It's a small gathering, but I'm a terrible procrastinator (as I may have mentioned), so I have a lot of work left to do.
If you are an official follower, you will, of course, be notified when these reviews are posted. If not, I pray you will think of me from time to time and check back (or you could become an official follower, and save yourself the trouble of checking back : ) Thank you for your patience and prayers. I hope not to test your loyalty too far.