Balanced life?


Strange sort of day really.  Cast an eye upwards above the Blogstead kitchen window and you find the next generation of House Martins ready to fly – indeed they are already flying.

Elsewhere, Tiger tees off at Turnberry.  We managed a delightful cycle around Glen Isla – having carefully scrutinised the map for contour lines before setting out.

And I’m cruising the websites – trying to learn about what’s happening at TEC’s Convention at Anaheim.  It’s a bit like TUC Conferences of old – what is the relationship between Resolution D025 and Resolution B033 of 2006?  Behind that arcane question lies the need to understand whether they are simply ‘saying where we are as a church’ or saying something more serious about the Anglican Communion moratoria.  After two weeks of it, I should think they are all exhausted.


  1. Bishop David, I was in Anaheim for a few day, and both bishops and deputies worked quite hard, and everyone I know who was there In an official capacity is very likely exhausted.

    As I see it, Do25 moves the Episcopal Church a few steps forward in opening the process of discernment for all the orders of ministry to all the baptized. In a few words….

  2. From what I’m reading and especially from the blog of my bishop, Steve Lane of Maine, everyone is exhausted, but joyous.

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