Good. It is.
And even better, I somehow managed to remember how to log into the site... despite the fact that I last posted on the blog on May 7.
No need to pull out your calendar to count the days. I already did. It's been 148 days!
I initially saw this blog as a place for regular updates and musings... a place to engage with current events... a place to reflect upon my life, as the tagline says it, as a "first-call pastor transplanted to the south."
All of it reminds me of a song: "The road to outdated blogs is paved with good intentions." Or something like that.
It may have been a while since I last posted, but that's not to say life has been bland. Au contraire, lots of things kept me busy over the summer months. The church calendar was filled with big events, including Vacation Bible School, a mission trip to Washington D.C., and renovations to Sunday School classrooms. And although I worked harder than I probably should have over the summer, life in the city included its fair share of perks: concerts, baseball games, and street festival food, to name just a few.
In any case, after a 148 day pause, I'm back to the blog. I was determined not to hit the 150 day mark. Maybe I just need to redefine what "regular updates and musings" means to me...
Here's a quick look at the past 148 days!
I'm a husband, a father, a news junkie, a theatre enthusiast, an amateur foodie, a wannabe barista, and an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
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