Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

"he is going ahead of you to Galilee"

It's a little weird being back in ordinary time no longer being in Holy Week/Lent.  I have also apparently turned into the kind of snob who thinks that one really "should" observe Holy Week (and Lent) to really "get" Easter.

musesfool has posted some really good poems recently:
* "Wandering Around an Albuquerque Airport Terminal" by Naomi Shihab Nye
* "Monologue for an Onion" by Suji Kwock Kim

Roza and I were gonna meet up at Tealuxe yesterday, but she had a Day and totally forgot.  I'd already gotten myself a "Thayer St. Medicinal Blend" 'cause I was feeling kinda icky, but I ended up not liking it all that much.  Today I got Orange & Echinacea, which I felt neutral on -- as I do so often with tea.  We got dinner at Bertucci's with her sweetheart.  At one point (when he and I had near simultaneous/identical reactions to something, I think), Roza joked, "When did you start dating my sweetheart?"

FUH formally invited me to his seminar talk tomorrow :)

I'm helping to co-lead Rest and Bread tomorrow night, including giving the reflection (Scripture: Mark 16:1-8).

Work keeps being an alternation of lulls and doing magic on demand.

Friday: 45min treadmill (1.5incline, 4.2mph -- I was feeling somewhat tired physically before I even started, so I considered just staying with 4.1, but it got easier as I went along -- though it was still a challenge in the second and I think even into the third mile)
Monday: 45min treadmill (1.5incline, 4.2mph)
Tuesday: 25+min weight room (I did lower weights and/or fewer sets of some stuff and eliminated some machines altogether 'cause I didn't want to exacerbate my feeling icky)
Tags: food: tea, gymming it up, people: h: fuh

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