Happy New Year’s Eve to all my Followers!
I don’t know about all of you, but my 2014 has been one of the craziest of my entire life! I had promised at the first of the year to post daily to this blog, unfortunately later in the year I changed those postings to only twice a week. As many of you have noticed I have failed to deliver on daily and even twice weekly postings… often missing a post for days. While I love reading the scriptures and studying the Gospel of Jesus Christ… I have been preoccupied by other responsibilities, obligations and other unfortunate circumstances.
Besides being a full-time student, working full time, and keeping up with personal friendships/relationships. I am also a full-time caretaker for my mother who suffers from Alzheimer’s and to top it all off this year, back in May, I was rear-ended at a stoplight. Because of this accident I have spent the last six months going to weekly Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapist and Acupuncture treatments to get myself back to pre-accident condition (of which I am still struggling).
So, like I said… 2014 has been one of the craziest years of my entire life. I am hoping that 2015 comes with new challenges that will help me to learn even more about myself and those around me. It is amazing how challenges and trials in this life can help bring people knowledge, understanding and wisdom that can only be obtained through life’s own journey.
While I know 2015 will bring new challenges, I know that with patience, diligence and hard-work I can overcome any challenge placed before me. Unfortunately 2015 will be my last year in school before I graduate at the end of the year. Because of this my schedule will only get more crowded from appointments, deadlines, etc.
Starting in January I will only be posting once per week, on Sundays. This will ensure that I get at least one good post in per week for you all, this also means that I can, at a minimum study scriptures once per week! However, I will continue to squeeze in time for scripture study other days of the week. This means that I will occasionally post 2 or more times during the week, but this will be unscheduled. I will even try to throw in topics of interest, or topics of deep doctrine.
My plan is to finish reading and posting about The Book of Mormon, then move on to the Doctrine and Covenants. After this I will tackle other volumes of scriptures, including the Apocrypha and the Lost Books of the Bible and even topics of History that link to the scriptures!
I wish you all a Happy 2015 and hope it is a prosperous one!