Monthly Archives: April 2013
Cairns on the grounds of a closed quarry in Rockport, MA. Thanks to my friend and colleague The Reverend Bret Hays, rector at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Gloucester, MA! Anyone else got any cairns?
I’m in Chicago for a meeting with new colleagues and feeling very excited and hopeful about the future of our church and our world. There are good, faithful, passionate people committed to transforming the communities where they find themselves at … Continue reading
I have not posted anything in response to the Boston Marathon because I have needed to sit with my feelings about it for a while. I have felt denial, (I ignored the link in my news feed at first), shock … Continue reading
I come from a family of planners, those of you who know us well, or are part of the family, either by birth or marriage are either rolling your eyes or snorting at the understatement of the year that I … Continue reading
Allelui-a Love conquering over death Tomb appears empty Green plastic grass nest Milk chocolate foil covered eggs Heirloom cut glass bowl Granny’s crocheted lace Hollow chocolate bunnies Gran’s pink tablecloth Laughter, chop, dancing Marinating lamb kabobs Quinoa tabouleh Roasted potatos … Continue reading