I might as well not have had a blog in April, for all the posting I did. At the beginning of the month I posted about my ambivalence at getting sucked into the national conversation about the future of the structure of the Episcopal Church. At the end of the month I posted about a good reason for that ambivalence: the very budget proposal I had spent time and energy critiquing turned out to be a mistake.
While I wasn’t posting, I was:
- Observing Holy Week, Easter and Spring Break with my family (they coincided here)
- Receiving the Core Training for Godly Play, a Montessori-based Christian formation method
- Participating in the 138th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in Western Michigan
- Celebrating my husband’s birthday
- Reviewing 12 sessions of Holy Moly for Sparkhouse. (After I posted my independent review, they invited me to be an in-house reviewer… I was honored!)
Blogging has been something I do in my “extra time,” which means that when there is no “extra time,” there is no blog.
It’s May now, and I am attempting to stop thinking of blogging as something I do in my “extra time.”
Queued up in my mental list of forthcoming posts:
- Why I give a #$%! about the institutional church (and you should too)
- Discerning the spirits: What the heck does God want from me?
- The next “next generation”
No promises about when they’re coming, but they’re coming.
Good to meet you! I’m Nurya…
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