First off, I know it has been awhile since I last blogged. When I went into my home page, I was quite surprised to see that I have been getting views since my hiatus (the good kind of surprise, of course)! I’m really glad that I have been reaching people beyond my Facebook page; even if you’re just one of my Facebook friends who have been checking to see if I added something, I’m glad that I reached and hopefully touched you in some way!
I’m not going to lie: Senior year really burnt me out. Long story short though, I made it, I’ve graduated, and now summer break is upon me. (I hope to be able to share my post-grad plans soon, but in the meantime, I’ll hold off on that.) One of my goals for this summer is to do regular lectio divina, and, on the weekends, I hope that will include the reading for the week. I just finished my reading for Pentecost Sunday–which is tomorrow–and I thought that it was good enough to get me started back up again. (We gotta start somewhere, right?) So look forward to it! It’ll be under my tab for Sunday readings pretty soon! (It’s probably there already, given when you’re reading this particular post.)
Ok, I’m going to shut up now and share my lectio notes on the Pentecost readings! Apologies again for the super long hiatus, and thanks for your understanding!
God bless you all.