Thursday, December 06, 2007

The Girl Who Couldn't Say No: Holiday Edition

  • Lunch for pastors in temporary relationships at which I'm doing a presentation on Asset Mapping. (This link works for Alban Institute members.)
  • Pageant Rehearsal at which I'm accompanying the children on the guitar.
  • Rehearsal of Pick-up choir, organized by me, for a local Art Walk; we'll be learning/ practicing about 20 carols for Friday night and Saturday afternoon, when we'll be driven around town on a big cart pulled by Clydesdales!
  • Write sermon (meditation, really... see above, Pageant).
  • Learn solo part for cantata (taking place the 16th).
  • Get daughter to audition for school musical.
  • Get daughter to mall to buy a white dress shirt for school choir concert.
  • Meet singers and Clydesdales and ride around town singing, 6-9 PM.
  • Morning: rehearse cantata with choir.
  • Afternoon, 1-4 PM: More Clydesdale Caroling.
  • Evening: Get daughter to regional choir auditions.
  • Sometime: Sermon? Meditation? Ya think?
  • Prepare for Bible study Sunday and Monday.
And everyday: those wonderful Advent practices I preach and write about in my newsletter articles...


more cows than people said...

phew. if there's a pageant, why preach at all? reflect on incarnational theology spontaneously and leave it at that.

i'm sending you a sermon i preached on christmas day in 2005. could be helpful... if you want to use any or all of it. feel free.

have fun singing. hope it is warmer there than here.

love you.

Wyldth1ng said...

Busy. Sounds fun though.

Diane said...

'tis the season!

Diane said...

'tis the season!