Thor’s Day

I ran two miles this morning, though I got a late start and part of my brain was telling me it would be all right if I cut it to one mile today, no, well, that’s all right we can cut it to one and a half, whoops, now we’re going on ahead, so two…

Back to Working

The blog was knocked offline last week because I hit my bandwidth limit. I don’t know who you are, reader-downloader who maxxed me out, but you know where you can find me in person! Look me up. I’ve run two miles each day, save yesterday when I gave myself a day off. I’ve made progress…

Wednesday of the Last Week

The last week before September, that is, where the summer pivots toward the academic year and my time for research and writing gradually evaporates in favour of time for teaching prep and marking essays. Time for cracking on to settle obligations. Two miles this morning, hot breakfast, reading, Legends IV, Anglican hermeneutics, a grocery trip…

Right, Next —

Two miles, fruit breakfast, time to start writing (again). Reading first, though, and in order to read one has to find the right things to read, so research. And because I’m wired that way, I poured Legends IV into a matrix file in order to begin formatting the last of my Ginzberg transcriptions. After a…

Back From BNTC

Two miles, hot breakfast. It was great to see so many long-time friends in three dimensions at BNTC, most of whom looked more as they did pre-pandemic than do I; I have never heard the word ‘hirsute’ so often in forty-eight hours as the interval from Thursday evening to yesterday. Some made complimentary remarks about…