Yeah, I don’t like the title of this either – it’s too cutesy, but I don’t want to think about this too much. The truth is I have to write more posts like this because I can barely find anything on this blog anymore, and right now I know I have a few new readers who aren’t terribly eager to read the “Key Posts” about Lincoln or Hopkins.
So here’s a roundup of my adventures with choir (I sing baritone) over the summer (link to choir singing), attending weddings and ordinations of choir members past and present:
That last post is at the very end of August. The first notable thing I did in September was go to an art gallery –
– and that’s happened before:
I also wrote some haiku at the opening of the month: “Haiku that might as well have been purchased at Walmart.”
Poems written on this month:
- At the Un-National Monument Along the Canadian Border
- They say that “Time Assuages”
- Jacob’s children
A look at what I’m working on / thinking through currently:
And yes, I did go see a movie:
September isn’t done yet, not by a longshot. But those are a few things you might find worthy of attention.