No matter how late Easter is, it always feels like T-Fig just happened not that long ago. Here we are again, traipsing up a mountain, wondering what on earth (or in heaven) is going on, and trying to decide if we’re going to be more like Peter talking about buildings, or more like James and John dumbstruck/looking at the ground/rolling our eyes at Peter.
And then all too soon we’ll make the turn down the mountain, into the lonesome shadowed valley of Lent, shiny Jesus a mere memory until this time next year when it’ll feel like it was yesterday.
Let’s get this dazzling party started!
Teri Peterson is a minister in the Church of Scotland. She lives along the beautiful Firth of Clyde, where today is decidedly less than dazzling, and the clouds are not very bright, and the voice of the cat is the only thing currently calling out. She is co-author of Who’s Got Time: spirituality for a busy generationWho’s Got Time: spirituality for a busy generation, a board member of RevGalBlogPals, and a contributor to There’s A Woman in the Pulpit.
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