Monday, February 07, 2011

Monday Musings

It's no longer morning but I have just now been able to sit and muse about my week. It's snowing outside, a beautiful snow. And I'm enjoying a cup of early grey tea with skim milk and a piece of dark chocolate wit cherry swirl.

I have reading to do this week in preparation for my trip to NYC next week. I'm going to be in NYC Feb. 19-26 representing the Episcopal Church at the United Nations Commission on Status of Women. I'm being sponsored by AWE - Anglican Women's Empowerment. There are many many workshops offered by NGO's in addition to training sessions, worship opportunities, receptions, and dinners. I need to get a grip on what workshops I want to attend...

That's my work for the week...what about you?

5 comments:

revkjarla said...

first of all, everything you eat and drink always sound so incredibly glorious and delicious.

yay for NYC. Will you have free time? Where are you staying? General? I have a favorite french cafe almost right across the street from there......

Mary Beth said...

How exciting! I'm so glad you get to do the NY trip. have a wonderful time!!!

I'm hoping we won't have another snow day tomorrow, after 4 last week, but it's looking like it. Yikes!

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

goodness your week sounds much more in-depth than life in the boonies...

sermons for the next 2 weeks. a wedding. council meeting. visits maybe to some farmhouse kitchens. buying yards of black satin for lent...

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

luving the dk chocolate & earl grey ")
and so pleased for your upcoming trip & all the new opps for learning/participating...
prayer ministry, tenants' association valentine party prep, online worship training course & final Get Better Together class are my wk's work ~
as well as staying warm indoors as much as possible ")

revhipchick said...

wonderful! i hope your trip to NYC is fabulous and life giving for you.

enjoy!

I will with God's help....uncomplicating the complicated

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