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Monday, April 09, 2007

Monday Meet n' Greet: Holy Week Hangover Edition

The tomb is empty and for a lot of us so are our brains. So what better time to cruise around the revgal universe and read the blogs of the newest members of the ring! Don't forget to leave a comment for...

Adventures of Min Lib: A pastor and her librarian husband's adventures in life, love and pet ownership. Some of KristaBeth's most recent adventures include covering for her Head Pastor at a funeral and having her congregation sing the word 'Alleluia' during Lent - the. horror.

Divine Artistic Madness: A BiPolar Adventure - I am a pastor, plus artist-creative-type who was diagnosed around a year ago with Bipolar II and severe depression. This is where I let it all fly. My twisted hope is that artists and people in ministry who suffer from lovely mental struggles can be encouraged by my adventures, rants, fits, and furies. Her latest posts include some thoughts on hope and faith and some really honest reflection on the challenges of being on medication.

... For the Innumerable Benefits: The random musings of an Episcopal seminarian who is thankful for God's innumerable benefits procured unto us. "Almost Reverend" is really close to graduation and ordination. Her most recent post shows the Stations of the Cross (hit the link) that the youth at her church created and were used by her church during Holy Week.

The Carrot Top Studio Blog: Writing about visual art in the Church today. Beautiful pictures of banners and stoles await you at this site.

Soul Nuggets: "Hi, My name is Simon. I'm 22 years old, and I'm a missionary in South Africa for 7 years now. My main goal is to spread the word of God, and my efforts include personal witnessing, Bible classes, and hopefully, seminars. I'm married to a wonderful wife, and I have a lovely daughter of almost 2 years now." His most recent post is a contemplative essay inviting us to tune in to the voice of Jesus.

Welcome back to 32 Flavors: The musings of a Grateful Girl on the Journey! I am a child of God, a woman, a wife, a mother, a pastor, a friend, a daughter, a student, a sojourner. We missed you, good to see you again!

The Desert Pilgrim: A site with ponderings on the prayer life, the call to solitude, the Cross, and the contemplative life. This is a good site to find some peace and quiet, take a deep breathe, read the words and view the pictures.

Welcome everyone and thanks for joining revgalblogpals!


  1. Welcome, all!
    You know, will smama, I never thought of it as a hangover before, but today, I get it.

  2. Me too. I am I think I will go back to bed.

  3. Welcome to all! Wow WS how did you get it done? I really have that Holy Week Hangover. I am still in pjs.

  4. I really relate to the "hang over" image...remnants of Holy Week are hanging over me...the incredible sense of fatigue from a hard work of the best kind...images from portions of liturgy that ended up being so moving, profound, or startling...sermons that took on a life of their own...people who came to church and walked the journey of Holy Week...yes, hang over indeed.

    Welcome to all the newcomers to RevGals...I look forward to reading your blogs and coming to you know in our cyberspace community.

  5. Phew, I was afraid I would offend by using that word, but I couldn't think of another that meant "feeling the effects from an event that is now finished"

    Last night I went to bed at 8:30. I woke up at 8 and yet I am still looking forward to my nap at 2.

    Mompriest, thank you for your redefinition.

  6. Welcome to all the newcomers!

    I am taking today completely off from church "stuff." Oh, there's always something to do, isn't there?

    But. I'm. not. doing. it.

    Laundry, Vacuuming, and then catching up on some videos is my plan for today--oh, and blogging, 'cause that's fun!

  7. Wecome all! And here's hoping all those hangovers gets lots of sleep and rest today.

  8. wow- lots of greeting to do!

  9. Sleep, glorious sleep! Is that from a movie?? I've it before and could use some too.

    But, welcome all to RevGals. It will be good!

    Easter is my favourite day! Because some women have said that Love has been let loose...look out!

    Happy risings everyone!

  10. Ok, I just re-read my post from this I tired or what..??

    "I look forward to reading your blogs and coming to you know in our cyberspace community..

    Obviously I meant coming to know you in our cyberspace community...

    Thank goodness for Holy Monday, a day of profound rest...


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