Wednesday, April 22, 2020

so strange these times

I'm going to go to a couple of the churches I serve tomorrow to borrow toilet tissue.

We're almost out and there is none in Cheshire--empty shelves and printed apologies.

I'm also going to get some wafers and Port wine since we do virtual church and I bless my bread and wine and hope those who have some in front of their screens have some as well will feel blessed.

Plus, I just want to get out and drive.

I get mileage from the Cluster, but have none this month.

It's much colder than April should be.

Bern is good at finding bright spots in these strange days.

She told me the chill was good because it made being inside less problematic. I agree.

I looked on the weather channel and it won't get to 60 for the rest of the month.

Chill as well as very strange, these days.

Georgia opening up gives a chill too. And the mayor of Los Vegas wants the hotels, casinos and restaurants open as well.

Slower than needed better than faster than is right should be the rule.

Stay home. Wash your hands. Keep distance when you have to go out. Wear a mask. Gloves too if you have them.

Be well and stay well.


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some ponderings by an aging white man who is an Episcopal priest in Connecticut. Now retired but still working and still wondering what it all means...all of it.