by Bishop Daniel
on October 2, 2015
- A “normal” weekday morning, except that I had trouble getting my mind, body, and spirit firing on all cylinders. Maybe I should start drinking coffee late in life. Maybe I’ve been working too hard and this was a sign that I need to slow down. Who knows?
- Once my engines were revving, around 10am, I conferred with the Archdeacon on my meeting in Jacksonville last night, and attended to a task related to one of our seminarians.
- Took care of a small piece of Nashotah-related business.
- Spent the rest of the morning on taking the broad strokes of my Synod address to “rough draft” status.
- Lunch from Hardee’s, eaten at home.
- Returned to my Synod address, eventually completing the task by mid-afternoon.
- Updated the status report on everyone involved in any way with the ordination process. Sent by email to the chair of the Commission on Ministry and the Archdeacon.
- Conceived, hatched, and drafted a homily for St Luke’s Day, to be delivered at St Luke’s Church (Springfield) on the 18th.
- Evening Prayer in the cathedral.