I’m supposed to blog every day, according to the friend who started me on this adventure.
Well, that’s hard. When the cat is sitting in the sill of a fully open window (wish I hadn’t lost my camera — it would be a lovely, serene photo) and the leaves outside are beginning to turn, and the dogwoods look as if they were on fire with their blood-red berries and redding leaves and the silver maple has hit that tobacco-gold perfection… who wants to sit in front of a computer screen and come up with something to write about?
It’s a glorious Indian Summer day, highs expected to approach 80. They are supposed to drop back to the 30s again in a day or two, bringing a lot more frost and chill… not many more glorious days like this to enjoy.
See y’all later!
I just realized — three years ago today, November 3, 2002, I was Confirmed into Christ’s One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.
I posted my conversion story near the very beginnings of this blog, if you’ll go back and look at the archives beginning in April. It’s called “Prelude and Fugue in Faith.”
Did you go back to find and read the second part of Christianity Today‘s interview with Doug Gresham? Because if you didn’t, here it is.
Gotta go see that movie!
Where’s the pic? Where’s the pic?
Well, as I understand it (and I may not understand it at all), the file containing my former photo on this blog was deleted, or cleaned out or something… and the photo was lost.
So why haven’t I replaced it already?
BECAUSE IT SEEMS MY CAMERA HAS BEEN STOLEN. Sheesh. I took it with me to Raleigh last week and after several stops I discovered my passenger side door was unlocked… and my camera is nowhere to be found. I seem to have been mistaken in the assumption that burying it under a pile of music (which was not removed) was “secure.”
Just hold on — I’ll get someone to take one for me and email it. After all, you’ve GOT to see the hot new haircut, right?