Another four dots about today

Desk area in my office

Desk area in my office

  1. My office is beginning to take shape.

    Roses from St. Paul's

    Roses from St. Paul’s

  2. I’ll write a longer post about Sunday soon, but the people of St. Paul’s, Lowndesboro could not have been kinder or more gracious as we said goodbye.  Today, I had their beautiful roses on my desk and I could look up and see the lovely chicken painting I got from Gracie. Y’all will always be in my heart.

    Chancel, Church of the Ascension

    Chancel, Church of the Ascension

  3. My morning began in the chancel at the Ascension. We gathered there to sing morning prayer.  I graduated from Sewanee in 1987.  That’s almost 30 years ago.  All those years, the one thing I have missed enormously is sung morning prayer.  Today, with the sun lighting up the window behind the altar, the officiant chanted well, and voices all blended as we sang  some of the truly beautiful settings of the canticles including the Te Deum.

    A worn-out Mo

    A worn-out Mo

  4. I got home to my little farm and my little family; Daisy was so happy to see me she started whimpering and Mo bit my ankle. That wore him out so much  he had to have a nap.  Life is good!

11 thoughts on “Another four dots about today

  1. Cathy–you’ll have to come visit some time–I have a feeling your voice will be a wonderful addition! And Miss Mary–I also have a round table with four chairs so the SAMS Club could have a come to Jesus meeting…

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