4/08/2006

The last week

Well then.

It's just about over. Time for something new to begin.

I'm not going to go all contemplative in the blog today, however. I'll post something much more reflective sometime over the next few days. (I'm attending an all day retreat focusing on Contemplative Youth Ministry today -- finishing up sabbatical quietly.)

But this entry simply looks over the last 6 weeks and what I've been doing.
There's a pretty extensive article about my sabbatical in the Daily Herald today. (Yesterday there was one in the Wheaton Sun.)

Here's what I've been up to:

Churches I where I worshipped


Songs

  1. If You're Happy and You Know It
  2. The Muffin Man
  3. Old MacDonald
  4. Don't Brush Your Teeth While You're Driving
  5. Marching Around the Room
  6. B-I-N-G-O
  7. Help Me (Psalm 88)
  8. Head Shoulders Knees and Toes
  9. I'm a Little Teapot
  10. Brushing Your Teeth
  11. The Hole in the Bottom of the Sea
  12. I Always Go Potty in the Toilet
  13. Change Your Diaper
  14. Flush the Toilet Every Time
  15. I've been working on the Railroad
  16. London Bridge
  17. Dress Up Contest
  18. Seek Justice
  19. The Cheese Song
  20. Mary Had a Little Lamb
  21. Pop! Goes the Weasel
  22. Jumping
  23. Shoo Fly
  24. A Square Has Four Corners
  25. This Old Man
  26. The Wheels on the Bus
  27. The Itsy Bitsy Spider
  28. The Snakes are on the Plane
  29. Twinkle-ABC-Baa Baa

Writing:

Chapters in Gross Theology

  • Belching
  • Wounds
  • Blood

Web Articles for i.ucc.org

Web work

Video Documentary (still in process)

Training and Learning

Book I finally finished reading

There are a few more things -- like movies I saw and TV I watched and some things that are more significant than that -- but you get the idea. If you want to find the rest you can spend a whole lot of time looking at the past 6 weeks of blog entries!

It's been wonderful!

2 comments:

Peter said...

It's been an interesting Sabblogical time. Especially liked the Daily Herald article. And the documentary film! We here at Intron Films couldn't have done any better. Well done!

Hope you can find time to keep the blog going.

Kirk said...

Thanks, Peter! I've gotten into a pretty regular blog habit -- I think I'll keep posting as long as my brain allows -