(1) Tracy just published my recent commentary on Roe v. Wade as it pertains to the state of Christendom in contemporary American culture, the tense in the final paragraph adjusted accordingly. I’m grateful for Tracy’s warmth in permitting me to express the views I developed while flying a sign for five years on a Berkeley city sidewalk. In am additionally grateful that the Spokane FaVs columnists will now be moving on to a more universal theme (that of “free will.”)
(2) Had an unusually nice 2.6 mile run along the Latah Trail this morning, fortified by a strong cup of Seattle’s Best Portside Blend prior to the jaunt. My legs are stronger from doubling up on my running since the “change of diet,” and I’m feeling vigorous, energized & ready to roll.
(3) Meeting with Kelsey Chapman this morning, the woman who did acting coaching for the Kids during the pandemic-driven workshop of Eden in Babylon. She’s recovered from Covid and is passing through town from Portland, Oregon on her way to visit her dad. It will be great to see Kelsey again, and I’m very thankful for her many years of devotion to my project.
(4) Thanking the quasi-anonymous donor from a somewhat different faith dimension who has not once, but twice, contributed to my well-being. You know who you are (and so do I) and thank you.
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