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Hoosier Musings on the Road to Emmaus

Wednesday, December 10, 2003


Don did indeed make it up for Evensong, and so we (Susie and Andrew, AKMA and Micah, and even a few folks outside the blog world) got to say hello and well-met to a thoroughly nice guy. Showed him around the extensive seminary facilities (which aren't, very; Seabury is a pleasant place, but tiny), and then chatted over dinner that was not the refectory starch special. He is fortunate to work in a very cool place: Conner Prairie is a living history museum, and if you ever get anywhere near the north side of Indy, you should check this out. It is really awesome.

I turned in the last official paper of the quarter this afternoon: a sermon written for my systematics class, based on the biblical interpretation paper I did earlier. Then I came home after supper to finish a last bit of paperwork: the service ordo we'll use the first week back (next year!), which needs to be in David the Dauntless Printer's capable hands before I can leave for break with a clean conscience.

So now I'm beginning the process of Digging Out the Dorm Room, trying to make it fit for human habitation.

Speaking of which-- a human will be habitating, even after I trot back to Indiana. Heather gets in on Friday!! Her time in England sounds like it was a grand adventure, but I sure will be glad to have her back. Welcome home, sis!


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