Easter Friday

  • A much more normal-ish day. Intercessions and Morning Prayer in our domestic oratory. Tea, breakfast, crossword, Facebook cruising, task planning, physical therapy exercises, shower.
  • Made some substantive progress via an email exchange toward the planning of November’s annual clergy conference.
  • Battened down a couple of loose ends with respect to Lambeth Conference registration. Carefully read the Archbishop of Canterbury’s letter to the active bishops of the Anglican Communion.
  • Focused on helping a parish in transition more productively into its time of pastoral interregnum.
  • Took a phone call from one of our parish clergy.
  • Lunched on leftovers.
  • Spent a big chunk of quality time with commentaries on Romans 8, in preparation for preaching at St Michael’s, O’Fallon on Pentecost.
  • Walked a few blocks to a first appointment with a new psychotherapist. I am very relieved to say that I think it will be quite a good fit.
  • Out to an early Chinese dinner with Brenda and Jordan and Angela and Hattie. It is an indescribably joy to have an everyday relationship with a grandchild.
  • Evening Prayer with Brenda.
  • Did my sermon prep planning for the three summer months. This involves looking at old material to see what can be reworked and what Sundays I need to come up with something from scratch. It’s always quite a mixed bag.
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