Monday, June 15, 2009

I'm still here, just writing...

... and editing, in those rare summer moments of quiet and solitude of which I get so little during the year.

Also mowing the lawn, griping about muggy weather, and enjoying being with my cat and my congregation again.

On Saturday, I chaired my last meeting (as Chair - I'm staying on the committee) of the Bishop's Committee for Racial Justice and Reconciliation of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.

And then of course there are naps. And the bureaucracy ye shall have always with you.

I still plan to write here about Halifax, about which I continue to think fond thoughts.

Patience, my turtledoves.

Hiroshige, "Tree of Good Writing." More info here.


PseudoPiskie said...

And a little less stress today. Sleep should be easier. Editing should be easier. One little bit of peace. YEA!

Paul said...

Mmmm, thanks for the Hiroshige. And blessed writing!

Doorman-Priest said...

"Those rare summer moments of quiet and solitude."

Yes. I remember them.