Monday, April 23, 2007

I Know Nothing...

....but I also know everything. I don't know a lot of things. Spanish completely boggles me. Algebra 1 completely hates me, and the feeling is mutual. I don't know so many things about the Bible, and I strive to learn more and more. But I do know one thing. Just one. Uno. And because of it I am the most blessed person in the world.

I know that Jesus died on the cross and rose again on the third day, according to the Scriptures. I know this, and better then knowing it, I believe that. I believe that, and I base my life on it, nothing else. Isn't that the greatest thing in the world? I know the "good news", the Gospel, as Pr. Ardo said yesterday. Why did I get the privelege to know this from practically birth? I don't know. Why do so many people not know this, or believe this? I don't know. But I do know this one thing.

I just thought of that on my way to the librarey (person from 168, I think I have finally spelled this correctly? Maybe? :) because me and Bethany were struggling (in other words, debating/thinking) about a number of topics on Saturday. So yeah.

I also know something else! No where near as important, but I love May. It is the best month of the year. One day I, Lord willing, will get married in May. I'm getting baptized next month- in May. I'm ending school, kind of, - in May. In May it will get warmer so I can wear light, airy, frilly skirts. I can ditch my coats and sweatshirts- in May. I want to name my daughter May someday. Or Mae, like the band and Beth's middle name. Emma Mae. Very pretty. (Emma- Jane Austen. I'm going to start reading that- in May). May. May. May! I love May!


Lori Beth said...

What a lovely post!

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