The day began with residual trauma and ended with new trauma. Somehow, we managed to leave Wisconsin last night without Brenda’s purse, which contains her phone. So I woke up and immediately started working all the available technology (“Find My iPhone”)–which actually worked, and her purse is being sent to us–and getting an unused iPad set up for her use in the interim. The concluding trauma was that, on the way out of the house in the early evening to head to Bloomington for the night, I fell on our back stairs. My right foot is painful and swollen. Tomorrow afternoon, after an ordination in the morning, I’ll have time to seek medical attention. In the meantime, I cannot say that I was running on all cylinders today. I journeyed down to the Apple Store to retrieve my laptop, which is great to have back, but the chore was a time-hog. I finished and submitted a writing project to the Living Church, wrote emails to clergy and spouses with nodal events in March and scheduled them to be sent on the appropriate day, and tied up a couple of administrative loose ends. Here’s hoping for a better tomorrow.