I'm not doing so well with the sabbatical, am I?
I guess I might as well give up.
People have been tossing Grey's Anatomy quotes all over the place. Are you scary and damaged? Or dark and twisty? Or just, like me, addicted to the How to Save A Life music video? Seriously? Seriously!
(They could not possibly have done a more magnificent job with Izzie and her terrible grief. And what about that Miranda and hers?)
I see that this has been one of those weeks in my life. A week ago I was doing one of the readings at a Catholic Mass. Tomorrow night I start facilitating a class on Richard Foster's Celebrations of Discipline in my Presby church. And a couple of days ago I was eating apple slices dipped in honey for Rosh Hashanah.
A couple of people have asked me about Ignatian spirituality. Here's a terrific link. There's a lot of good stuff out there, but most of it presupposes some knowledge on the part of the reader. I think this one is really helpful.
I have a couple of important meetings coming up. I'm finding that I have an amazing cheering section behind me. I am so grateful.
Parts of my life are really, really good right now. Parts of it are difficult. But it does seem that, one way or another, all manner of things shall be well.