September 15, 2004

We Regret The Inconvenience....

Posting has been light recently, for which I apologize; I just haven't felt much like writing, and I haven't even been reading all that much, so I haven't had much to write about. When I get home, about all I've had energy for (other than family things) has been a little work on Snit and video games.

This isn't my usual state, and I put it down to a variety of things going on at work these days...not to mention all of the ECUSA foolishness I've posted about occasionally. I'm in no danger of losing my job--far from it--but Reorganization has reared its ugly head. The organizational changes take effect at the beginning of October--although, it's not clear that I'll know, even then, who my new managers are going to be. And then, the Lambeth Commission reports to the Anglican Primates in mid-October, just a couple of days after our parish priest might or might not be elected the next Bishop of the Diocese of Rio Grande. Oh, and the project I've been working on for the last six years is winding down early next year.

Can you wonder that things are a little unsettled around here? It's as though all of the fixed points of my life, with the exception of God and my family (thank God for Jane), have gotten up to dance over the next month.

I'll get over it, of course--long before all of this is finally settled, by preference--but until then posting might remain light.

Posted by Will Duquette at September 15, 2004 06:40 PM

Mark D. said:

Best Learnings from years of therapy: we do the best we can with what we have. Sorry it's glum right now, but it will not always be so, and God is in fact in his/her heaven, etc etc. My prayers are with you.

Will Duquette said: