It was the day after our little chosen family Seder on Monday evening, the first night of Passover, when the New York Times ran a story about a major gefilte fish shortage.
I was going to write and post this week about what we did last Sunday morning, another one away from any sort of indoor faith community.
My colleague minister the Rev. Naomi King (daughter of a famous novelist) posted on Facebook this week that this coming Monday, March 3, is Read across America Day.
Last weekend for the first time in quite a few years, I set out on Saturday morning for a preaching/talking ministerial gig more than three hundred miles away.
It was probably a Sunday when, for the first and last time, I climbed a tree: A distressing episode that rolled out when I was 10 or so.