December 2020 has been cold. We have great weather in San Diego year round. Usually in the 70s. So when it drops to the 30s and 40s at night, or we try to go cycling in 45 degree weather morning time, I complain and fret.
I’m sleepier during the hour change. The colder, dry weather doesn’t suit me.
Christina is on her way home from the office. She doesn’t have to go but once a week. I’m sitting here reading “The Ride of a Lifetime” by Robert Iger. He’s the former CEO for the Walt Disney company. I’d rather read about his experiences than watch tv and have someone else do the thinking for me tonight.
Today was a good day. I had some personal insights as I met with my doctoral professor. It’ll be hard this week to articulate a theology of work that makes a case for the existence of corporate chaplains. It must be deeper than simply saying we’re there to care for people.
I struggle to share political thoughts and feelings. It’s such a charged climate these days. I don’t want to alienate others who may differ from my views. But I am constantly thinking about public and private living, spiritual and secular, political and personal.
I hope to understand others and and be a safe place to process thoughts.