I wanted to let you know that there is a reason I’m not blogging much right now.
It probably won’t be a huge surprise to anyone that I’m experiencing some health-related challenges.
While I’m not ready to reveal the details (primarily because I don’t have the details)
I am seeing doctors and getting help.
I am also listening (over and over again) to one of my favorite talks from General Conference, titled Continue in Patience.
I am patiently waiting and learning and trying to endure this well.
This is the quote that stood out for me this morning:
Often the deep valleys of our present will be understood only by looking back on them from the mountains of our future experience. Often we can’t see the Lord’s hand in our lives until long after trials have passed. Often the most difficult times of our lives are essential building blocks that form the foundation of our character and pave the way to future opportunity, understanding, and happiness.
Please don’t worry needlessly. I am fundamentally OK. I am not dying — I am just not healthy right now.
I’ll be back with details as I get them.
Thanks for your patience.