Saturday, April 12, 2008

This is not a postcard ...

... it is the actual view from the actual window of the actual apartment where the fledgling iNYC (Integrity New York City) group held a meet-and-greet tea this afternoon, giving me a chance to end my stay in the Big Apple by meeting some great people and talk about The Canterbury Campaign.
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More on the just completed Anglican Covenant Conference ... including notes on the presentations by Ian Douglas and Gregory Cameron ... soon. But now it's time to get ready for the "leavin' on a jet plane" part ...Hasta la later!
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1 comment:

Fred Schwartz said...

Here isthe songfor your blog for today:
Inch by inch, row by row
Gonna make this garden grow
All it takes is a rake and a hoe
And a piece of fertile ground
Inch by inch, row by row
Someone bless these seeds I sow
Someone warm them from below
'Til the rain comes tumbling down

Pulling weeds and pickin' stones
Man is made from dreams and bones
Feel the need to grow my own
'Cause the time is close at hand
Grain for grain, sun and rain
Find my way in nature's chain
To my body and my brain
To the music from the land

Inch by inch, row by row
Gonna make this garden grow
All it takes is a rake and a hoe
And a piece of fertile ground
Inch by inch, row by row
Someone bless these seeds I sow
Someone warm them from below
'Til the rain comes tumbling down

Plant your rows straight and long
Thicker than with pray'r and song
Mother Earth will make you strong
If you give her love and care
Old crow watchin' hungrily
From his perch in yonder tree
In my garden I'm as free
As that feathered thief up there

Inch by inch, row by row
Gonna make this garden grow
All it takes is a rake and a hoe
And a piece of fertile ground
Inch by inch, row by row
Someone bless the seeds I sow
Someone warm them from below
'Til the rain comes tumbling down

'Til the rain comes tumbling down

Thanks to Pete Seeger