Saturday Stuff

Two miles, hot breakfast, and for the sake of a change I transcribed a couple of sections of Legends of the Jews, ‘The Daughters of Zelophehad’ and ‘The Appointment of Joshua.’ The rest of the afternoon was devoted to a visit with our pal Melanie.

Sunday After

Mile and a half (in the rain), hot breakfast, reading for refereeing, and toward midday, an interval listening first to Abbey Road and then to All Things Must Pass, and recalling a world where I was young and these were new.

Friday Accounts

Mile and a half (slightly cooler, a welcome change), fruit breakfast, reading for refereeing… and that was most of my day. I lost energy (refereeing too often does that to me).

Magdalenic Morning

It’s the Feast of Mary Magdalene, Apostle to the Apostles, but there’s not really anything else about her that pertains to my day today.

Two miles, hot breakfast, refereeing reading through the morning, research reading in the afternoon, and actually writing a [very] few words into both my current essay and even the first chapter of my monograph. Not many words, but words. More than one.

COVID World Four Hundred and Something

Mile and a half this morning, fruit breakfast, refereeing, reading from The Cowley Fathers, reading for research, reading supplementary to refereeing, good news from my responsibilities at work.

All this reading stirs up useful ideas for my monograph, if only I could get to it….