After a seemingly endless and decidedly brutal winter in New England, spring has whizzed by at break-neck speed. According to my calendar, summer officially begins this coming Sunday. Winter's duration and severity kept me and John sequestered in our apartment so that the extreme cold wouldn't adversely affect our breathing, landing one or both of us in the hospital. The extended time in our home conditioned me to blog daily.
I appreciate having had that time to concentrate on blogging, particularly because I've developed my writing skills and (more importantly) have deepened the theological content. Christ has greater prominence in my posts, as well He should. Consequently, I feel an increased responsibility to blog regularly and frequently so that He may be consistently be lifted up before my readers.
Summer changes things, however. Already, spring has given me and John a few days for Boston adventures and medical appointments. Our activity will increase during the next three weeks, and especially between June 24 and 29 when my sister comes from California to collect her Christmas/birthday present (we're taking her to a Red Sox game at Fenway.) As a result, I'll blog less leading up to her visit, and not at all while she's here.
I pray that, despite producing fewer blog posts this summer, the posts I do write will honor the Lord with intensity, accuracy, and unmistakable adoration for Him. Even when I write about our infamous escapades in Boston, which I'm sure to do, I look forward to writing with thankfulness to Him for allowing us to enjoy the city.
Winter will return soon enough, and then I'll have plenty of time for daily blogging. Furthermore, dear readers, you'll have more time to read what I write. Doesn't it sound like my summer "'schedule" will benefit you as much as it benefits me?