Oye! I haven't posted anything new for several weeks. I just got too busy with pre-vacation preparations and then I was on vacation, and blogging kind of slipped to the wayside.
Not only that, but I've been rethinking this blog. I still feel like it's floundering, like I can't seem to make it the way I want it. I want a place to write my thoughts on whatever floats my boat. Most of the time, I like to mull over the social issues that crop up, especially in the political arena, yet I'm not very politically minded so I wouldn't be very successful at a highly political blog. There are too many other times I want to talk religion and too many other times I just want to reflect on life in general. Therefore, I would love to co-create a community of bloggers who are like-minded on social issues and religiously with whom I could connect. I've been a member of Mormon Mommy Blogs for about four years but feel very unfulfilled by the shallow babble that takes place on that site. I also started frequenting certain Christian blogsites (Women Living Well, Raising Homemakers) but feel like I cannot connect with others there because they believe that since I'm a Mormon, I'm not a Christian. Even though I tend to agree with these sites more than most of the Mormon sites I've found on issues of child-rearing and living my religion, they do not accept me as one of them because I believe that Heavenly Father, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost are separate beings and that the Book of Mormon is scripture like the Bible and that you actually have to be good in order to attain the highest degree of salvation, not just profess belief in Christ to attain it. So I've been thinking about creating a blog site of my own with contributors who share similar beliefs and ideas.
The question is, would anyone who reads this blog be interested in partnering with me to create a new site with the target audience being LDS women who are mothers who want to become better homemakers and give ideas on how to do that and live our religion and be "in the world but not of the world?"