Thursday, October 18, 2007

Home Sweet Home


That about covers it. Back from London ... safe and sound ... happy to be back and pleased with the work we've done together. Grateful for the hospitality and commitment of our Anglican cousins "across the pond" and looking forward to getting the dogs petted and the luggage unpacked and my life back to what passes for normal around here.

So thanks for the prayers and good wishes, those of you who sent them. We couldn't do it without you.

PS -- And a VERY Happy 21st Ordination Anniversary to the Fabulously Reverend Elizabeth Kaeton!! Twenty One ... Wow! Does that "make you legal" now???

5 comments:

SUSAN RUSSELL said...

Note for "dan" ... if you'd like to post long articles from other sources I suggest you go to www.blogger.com and set up your own blog ... it's really very easy.

If you'd like to continue to post them on the comment page here I'm going to continue to delete them ... which seems a rather silly waste of time for both of us.

Thanks,
Susan

Jack Sprat said...

So happy you travelled home safely. It's always a pleasure to open up your blog and be refreshed by the news, insights and spirituality that you bring us each day!

-J

joemar said...

Susan, welcome home.......
Thank you for brighting up my life with wonderful people like Elizabeth Keaton, (I don't know her, but have enjoyed her comment and now have another speical lady in my life that does God's work.

I ignore the hater bloggers and pray for them.
Peace, Joe

Elizabeth Kaeton said...

Ah, Dan posts here too? I thought I was the only "highly favored lady" in his life. Looks like he has a few dumping spots.

Yes, I'm not 'legally' ordained, but don't tell Jack Iker.

Welcome home!

Jim said...

Dan is a common affliction and a reason to be grateful for comment moderation. ;-) I was amazed when I found it necessary to implement moderation on my tiny blog effort!

FWIW
jimB