Today is day two!! I am proud to say that today I was not even tempted to check out Facebook! I didn't even miss it. There have been times that I wish that I could get on to get a picture, or email address.. But not enough to actually make me want to sign in! I also didn't have any slip-ups! I read the nine daily readings today. It actually took 2 hours and 18 minutes. Though, it was pretty right on with the 15 minutes per entry. I ended up reading one section a few times, so that I could understand it better. Had I not needed to reread that, I would have been right on 2 hours and 15 minutes. Let me tell you, it flew by! I thought that it was pretty cool that today's reading included Passover, in the Old Testament section, and a bit of Jesus' last week in the New Testament! Yesterday when I started, I started out on January 17th, (I started late for the year) and tomorrow's reading will begin with February 2nd.
We leave for CO tomorrow. We have a pretty jam packed weekend. I think that while that may cause some temptation to not stay on track, that I am so excited about this that I will still be doing my reading, even if it is after everyone else goes to bed. One thing I do miss about Facebook is my support system of friends and family keeping me accountable. That may be part of why I really wanted to start this blog. While I am not sure that anyone is actually even reading it (other than my Mom) I don't want to have to post publicly that I couldn't even last a week!! How pathetic would that be?! Sure I could just not post anything about it at all, but then I would be lying to myself in a way. No, I will be brutally honest to myself, and to this blog! Even if that honesty ends up painting a less than honorable picture of myself. :)
On a completely unrelated note, my Nebraska citizenship will be official tomorrow. I will be getting my Nebraska permit. Well, providing I pass the written test. It has been about 11.5 years since I took the Colorado test. It should still be common sense right?! I hope that the NE laws don't differ too much from CO ones! How pathetic would I be if I failed the written permit test at 29 years old!? I guess not much more pathetic than needing to take a written test at 29, due to the fact that I still don't have a license! That should not be too far behind I hope! 11 years of a learners permit has been enough. Maybe it would be rather comical if I waited a few years, then the age of my permit, would be the same age as a typical teen when they receive their permit for the first time!! :) I am ready for this in my life!!
Well I guess I will wrap this up for tonight..
Until next time!