Archives for December 2017

I felt like a stranger tonight

I felt like a stranger tonight.  I sat in the pews.  It was the first time since 1982 that I had not “worked” on Christmas eve either as the church musician or as the pastor.  I went to the Christmas eve service where my husband attends, and where I had attended many years ago with […]

Witness to the Night Sky

The days and particularly their daylight hours have been full, so full in fact that I have done little writing this half year.  Daylight is time for walking, running errands, meeting folks for coffee, moving books into my home study, yard work, visiting elderly parents.  Meanwhile the northern hemisphere moves toward the shortest day of […]