Thursday, December 22, 2011

Thursday (O Rex Gentium)

  • More Christmas tree moving first thing in the morning. This is getting to be a habit. Hint: They're a lot harder to move once they're in a stand and that fancy netting shrink wrap is removed.
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Processed a batch of emails. Began drafting my sermon for the feast of the Holy Name of Jesus (January 1--there is no "First Sunday after Christmas" this year).
  • Met with Dean Brodie to discuss the Christmas Eve liturgies. I'm preaching early and preaching/celebrating late.
  • Lunch at home, after a brief last-minute "focused like a laser" shopping expedition for a gift for one of our daughters.
  • Completed the draft of the aforementioned sermon.
  • Took another power walk around downtown. The colder weather is actually conducive to midday walks.
  • Registered for the March House of Bishops meeting (Camp Allen, Texas).
  • Conceived and hatched a homily for the First Sunday after the Epiphany (January 8 at Trinity, Jacksonville).
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.

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