So, it's Tuesday and I swung by the office to check in...although no one is really around, since the office is cold. Sorted some mail, made some calls, looking out at a windy but bright New England December day. Tomorrow we are supposed to get more snow...so I need to get that durn Wovel put together. I just don't have the right tools...I need a ratchet, which in my meager and sundry collection of tools, I do not happen to have.
I was hoping to make a couple of pastoral calls, but that looks like they will happen on Friday. That's o.k.
On NPR this morning, I was listening to an interview with Juno Diaz and he said this:
The work of the artist is to strive to undermine her/his previous work.
I find that so interesting, but I get it. You want to push, pull, stretch, engage even deeper with each artistic endeavor. I find this so true in clay...whether I am making the same thing over and over, I still want to tweak it, get into more, try something a little different.....
Just a random thought for the day.
Liturgy w/communion for August 3, 2014 (Pentecost 8/Trinity 7/Proper 13/Ordinary 18 - A) - Texts: Isaiah 55:1-5; Psalm 145:8-9, 14-21; Romans 9:1-5; Matthew 14:13-21 *Call to Worship* All who are thirsty, come! *God is the fountain for our lives*...
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