In my very first post, I talked about seasons. Now, once again, things are stirring: reorganizing, restructuring, and, hopefully, reviving.
The character of the blog may be changing. It will likely slow down a speck, and perhaps become a bit more miscellaneous. There are several reasons for this.
Some of the things I am currently going through do not particularly lend themselves to being broadcasted for half the world to see. Besides, in case you didn't notice, several of my recent posts have been about other things besides blogging that I want/need to do, and there remain only 24 hours in a day. (No doubt some of these things will land on the blog, which will remain active, while becoming more of a servant and tool for my life and study, rather than a master.)
I still love to write, (or rather, as Zinsser says, to "have written,") and I have enjoyed the past seven months immensely. Blogging, besides being lots of fun, has proved very useful and very rewarding: not something that I intend to lay aside anytime soon. So all of this is not to say that Sojourner's Song will be removed, only re-imagined; in reality, many of you would likely never know the difference if I didn't draw attention to it.
I appreciate all of you who have joined in the journey, and I anticipate the river continuing to run deeper, stronger, and clearer, as we swim and struggle in this mighty current that carries us to the throne room of God.
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