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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Wednesday Festival: Girding Our Loins


As we prepare for Palm Sunday and Holy Week, along with all the quotidian things that come along with them, I wonder what you are thinking and writing and praying about?

Deb says, "I decided to go with a little "self care" after reading a recent RevGal's post on that topic. So here's my first pedicure in a long time."

My first official day of Spring was actually wintery. Mibi is planning, preparing, and making lists for many things.
Sally shares a power point created for a reflective service on the Monday of Holy Week, and St. Casserole is grateful for hospitality...given in crisis and extended over time.
Sue gives a book review at her own blog, and led the RevGalBookPals discussion on Monday. Check out both!
Muthah+ is pondering the TV show "Who Do You Think You Are?"...the effect that knowing our past has on us....and the effect for future generations of knowing about our real todays.

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  1. I'm missing the preparation for my favorite church season of the year.

  2. Besides my silly post on a pedicure, I am also working through questions on theodicy with a friend...

  3. Last year, during the last 14 days of Lent, I took a day for each Station of the Cross and blogged a reflection.

    This year, I've undertaken a similar devotional practice, but with the 15 mysteries of the (traditional Dominican) rosary. I hope you'll come visit, and maybe check out some of the upcoming reflections.

    And I pray that each of us, and our congregations, are richly blessed during this Holy Week and Easter.

    Love and blessings,
    sister hedwyg

    P.S. Congratulations, Gord!
    P.P.S. Hugs and prayers, Owl. That's got to be really hard.
    P.P.P.S. Good work, Deb! Questions of theodicy are probably the most difficult thing for us to respond to.

  4. This week always feels like the beginning of a marathon rather than a preparation for the Holiest of Weeks.
    Add to that a wedding that was added this coming Saturday pm...

    The palms have arrived. I'm praying they will be in good shape Sunday...

    Take care...all...

    Starting and ending the service with Scripture.


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