One mile — it started raining — fruit breakfast, admin and planning, research for my essay, a meeting, and oof knocked a bit off kilter unexpectedly.
Two miles, fruit breakfast, course prep.
Two miles, Mass, fruit breakfast, when will I be done with course prep?, maybe a little writing, student advising.
Two miles, hot breakfast, bits and bobs and finally a return to Anglican hermeneutics — BOOM, some writing done.
Two miles, work on course plan, hot breakfast, Mass for the Diamond Jubilee of the Ordination of Fr Hugh Wybrew, and more course planning.
Two miles, Mass, breakfast at Rick’s, and a last push to hammer my course plan into shape.
Two miles, fruit breakfast, banging my brain against the ways I’d like to teach my Christology module, and the limitations that militate against doing things that way.
Two chilly, sluggish miles; hot breakfast; course prep.
Two steady, temperate miles; fruit breakfast; course prep, haircut (trim, really) and dinner tonight with Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley.
Two miles, fruit breakfast, work on a module on [biblical] Christology. It turns out that, somewhat to my surprise, there isn’t a handy book that does what I want for teaching (background of terms, usage in NT, trajectory into the early church). No, I am not about to write it; I have other projects I must finish first. Poked at Anglican hermeneutics. Listened to interesting presentations on Newman and philosophy, especially his connection to Wittgenstein. I read an essay about that recently — I wish I could recall where…
Two leisurely miles, hot breakfast, and a pretty annoying day. I won’t bother anyone with the details, but definitely not a high point.
Friday: Two miles, fruit breakfast, all day staff meeting followed by lvoely convivial dinner at The Cuttlefish.
Today: Two miles, no breakfast, trundled down to London for an all-day Sodality meeting.
No reason, it has just been inhabiting my memories for the past few hours.
One mile this morning — my left knee felt a bit wobbly, and I just reckoned I’d go easy today; fruit breakfast, religious conflict in England, Samuel (in Legends IV), and I repaired a pen (partly repaired another, till I saw that I needed a part I don’t have).
Two miles, hot breakfast, finished the Book of Judges section of Legends IV, wrote another little bit about the contentious sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Two miles, feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, working breakfast at Rick’s, course prep and hermeneutics research and writing.