Happy New Year!
How many times have you heard that lately? How many times have you said it? So . . . what does it mean? Is it a command?
Have a happy year, or else! Got me?
It’s a new year. So, are you happy now?
And what’s it talking about being new? Me? Bahahaha! Not hardly! In this new year, what new and wonderful things are you planning? Trips to take? Books to read? (I can suggest a few if you need help.) *wink*
Are there new dishes you want to cook? (I’m going to try some wok cooking.) Hobbies–arts and crafts– you want to try? (Is there anything I haven’t tried?)
Or maybe you’re planning to complete a marathon? (I’m not.) Run a 5k race? (I’m not doing that, either.)
I am going to try to complete something that I’ve failed at before–reading through the Bible in a year. I’m not making any promises, but I’m going to try.
And I’m joining Beth Moore and a couple of my sibs memorizing scriptures this year. Instead of jumping around for my scripts, this year I’m going to take several in a row, starting with Mary’s Song in Luke 1 beginning at verse 46–“And Mary said, my soul glorifies the Lord.”
Then in two weeks, I’ll quote that one, and memorize 47–“And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,” and so on.
What are you in 2015 so it’ll be different than 2014? Terminally Curious wants to know! 😀