Another day under house arrest. They’re all starting to feel the same. I had a Skype conversation with an individual who is seeking access to the ordination process. I participated in the recording of another podcast for the Living Church Foundation, this time as one of two guests, along with two hosts. We talked about how the context of the pandemic recontextualizes how we think about the Eucharist. It should be available for public consumption next week. I also opened a sermon file on Easter IV, where the place I won’t be delivering it is Emmanuel, Champaign. Wrote a recommendation letter for a seminarian’s scholarship application. Weighed in on an ongoing email conversation about the diocese opening a Zoom account. (We clearly need to.) Worked out on the Bowflex, since I’m still not allowed to do any serious walking. In other news, spent about 90 minutes of my life that I’ll never get back wrestling with Verizon in an effort to upgrade Brenda’s phone; her device is about 110 in cell phone years, and has apparently given up the ghost. Prayed both morning and evening offices.