At first, it seemed as if all the blog posts I was coming up with were about . . . well, a hodgepodge of ideas and thoughts. But now that I look at them as a group, I see that they are all about envisioining and/or embracing a new life. About discovery. About the next adventure.

Now, I am sorely in need of such a vision myself, so maybe I am seeing something that isn’t there. Maybe you will see something else altogether. But they’re all worth a read!

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Yes, I’m highlighting two of Rosa’s posts in Las Puertas Abiertas de Par en Par this week. In the most recent as of this writing, she is living the good life, from a boat ride that didn’t happen to relaxed javelinas (I think) to strenuous gardening to a moving installation service.

In the second, she writes about conducting a funeral for “a missing person who no one missed at all” in the Pauper’s Section of the local cemetery, a ministry lovingly undertaken by her congregation.

Diana of Just Wondering is writing a series on Aging Gracefully ~ and here’s one on walking. Ponderings, photographs, and neurobiology.

In For the Someday Book, Jennifer reviews Carry On Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life. Some of you may read Momastery; I wasn’t familiar with it, but this book of author Glennan Doyle Melton has been on my radar screen, thanks to one of her fans and one of my good friends. It’s moving up on the list now.

And in Dirty Sexy Ministry, Laurie asks about our dreams, with God and for the church.   I need to read and re-read this one veeery slowly, and I am guessing that I am not alone.

Read, dream, and enjoy fall!   lakeview10a

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