We’re packing. How many Bibles does one bring – or is the one on my Palm enough? Slight feel of school about it all. Will I be bullied in the playground? Have I packed enough socks? And the more the blogosphere works itself up, the less motivated I become about blogging or anything else. I suppose I am just gathering myself for the greatest blogfest of all.
Meanwhile a quick trip to Dublin tomorrow for the consecration of my old friend, Trevor Williams, as Bishop of Limerick and everywhere else in the south west of Ireland. It’s a good choice – Trevor is a former leader of the Corrymeela Community of Reconciliation. So he’ll be at Lambeth and, if I remember right, his link diocese is New Hampshire. The only problem now is the failure of the radar which controls landings at Dublin Airport ..
I think I’ve stared at the screen too much today, can’t even spell my own nom-de-blog correctly . . .
I’ve been mostly ignoring news ala Lambeth and simply praying, when I remember to, that the voice of the Spirit will be heard and followed by the Bishops. I have been so busy with life, I haven’t even had time to blog about my news ignoring. I did catch last weekend’s Reporting Religion from the BBC World Service (via NPR here in the States) and thought the best part was the interview with Dave Walker. Since I had some time to kill while a video rendered, I thought I’d see what you’ve been blogging, since I seem to find sanity around this corner of the Worldwide Anglican Blogosphere.
the more the blogosphere works itself up, the less motivated
I *don’t* have Thinking Anglicans as my browser homepage, for much that reason; instsead I find the SEC blogs somewhere between friendly and sane at the moment 🙂
Travelwash? Negates plenitude of sock worries…
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