The plan is going fine, thank God.
I see, though, that my division of the Bible into chapters and then dividing it by 365 had a fundamental flaw. It is the same flaw committed by the statistician who drowned, wading across a river with an average depth of four feet.
There are chapters, and there are chapters.
Strictly, I suppose I should have divided the number of verses by 365. But I really wasn't aiming at being scientific; just at coming up with a pace that would basically get me through the Bible in a year, while allowing me to read through books rather than keeping four plates spinning at a dizzying rate with no allowance for missed days.
I don't think I've had to miss a day so far. I've read the OT up through Joshua 9 in the ESV, and have read Matthew and Mark in Greek. I've also read through Proverbs twice, once in the ESV and once in the (brr-r-r-r-rr!) TNIV. Now I'm reading it in the NET.
Most frequent note from my TNIV read-through? "Again, TNIV pluralizes the singulars."
That happened so frequently that I literally would often start by copying that phrase to the clipboard at the start, just so I could paste it in when appropriate.
How are y'all doing with yours, if you care to share?