• A “normal” weekday morning–the first, actually, since the end of my sabbatical more than three weeks ago.
  • Task planning with breakfast, at home.
  • Stopped by the local polling place to cast my ballot on the way into the office. Only nine minutes from my car and back to it.
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Created service leaflets (of a rather minimalist sort) for worship at the clergy conference.
  • Reviewed my December visitations. Read an email report about one of them. Created some tasks.
  • Walked across the alley to chat with the Dean about celebrant/preacher duties at the cathedral for Christmas and Holy Name. I’ll be there for both weekends.
  • Lunch from La Bamba, eaten at home.
  • Worked with Brenda on some of the liturgical-musical details for the clergy conference.
  • Hit the road with her for Toddhall Retreat Center, which is exactly a two-hour drive from our home.
  • Ate, worshiped, and talked with the diocesan clergy assembled. We’re looking at classic texts to think about issues of missionary strategy and cultural engagement.
  • Hung out in the lounge watching election returns until about
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