(1) This morning I ran 4 miles in 57F degrees along Paradise Path. It was my first decent run in over a week, and it felt really good. I feel kinda cleansed now, and grateful.
(2) Enjoyed a second scheduled video chat with my friend Lynne Fisher this morning on WhatsApp. Thankful for our friendship and for WhatsApp, which makes it seem as though my friend from across the ocean is right there sitting in front of me.
(3) I keep adding to the arrangement I’ve been working on, and it’s getting closer to being finished. It will be interesting how it sounds with the singing over it, once we reach that stage. Thankful for Finale music notation software.
(4) Rehearsal went well on Tuesday, and it looks as though we’ve another one scheduled for Wednesday. Thankful that the church has been letting us meet once a week in small groups, observing social distancing. Even more thankful that most of the progress on the project is being made by individuals sheltering at home.
(5) I must say once again, I’m thankful for my apartment, that I have all to myself in solitude. I got up at three in the morning and spent the quiet hours reading and writing as I pleased. Then, when I came home from running, I downed a Gatorade and plopped down on the sofa exhausted. Now I’m smelling the coffee. Sheltering in place is a lot nicer than living in a place where there isn’t any shelter. Believe me — I’ve done both.
“Sir, my concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right.”
— Abraham Lincoln
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