This hasn’t been proven wrong very many times in my experience anyway. If you really want an insight into “men” you have to take into account that they are, no matter where they are, always camping. This was pointed out to me at Bible guys this morning. We were at Dave’s and one of us, Kip, was washing his hands at the kitchen sink and immediately dried them on his shirt, Kip’s shirt. I cracked up. You see we trade off hosting the class and this time we were at Dave’s which is very well appointed with beach towels, bath towels, hand towels, paper towels, paper napkins, cloth napkins, you name it and Kip is there wiping his hands up and down on his shirt. Hehe!
I really don’t know what this has to do with anything but it struck me as interesting. So moving on, it is a rainy day here and I think that I will retreat to the wood shop and make some sawdust. I have materials now to play with so that is where I will be if you are looking.
My Rebecca is off to the Lit Con, the whole weekend of literary events here on the Island. Her reading went well last evening. It is great to see her get some credit for her work. I also attended Jessika’s poetry reading and had to sit through her reading the poem Phil Volker about this very persistent guy who lives on an island. Some kind of small town character she ran across in her travels.
Let’s see what our Lenten quote is today for day 33. Oh, from the Bible, Romans chapter 12 verse two: “Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Invite God in and He can change you from the inside. That is the renewal. I totally believe that hearing the call and going on Camino is a form of letting God in. And we all know that pilgrims are most always camping too.
Yes yes, alperfect once again, how do we do it?! Have to go and get my Saturday going. Palm Sunday tomorrow.
Letting God in loves, Felipé.