This has been a busy week. Tomorrow night I will be at an assessment and interview with the University of Phoenix. I am preparing a 5-7 minute presentation, so they can have an idea of what my teaching style would be. If all goes well, I will be an adjunct professor in the humanities department in the downtown Chicago campus. I’m very excited.
Tonight is Ash Wednesday, so I will be heading to church for the service. I arranged a readers’ theater of the Gospel lesson, Matthew 6:1-1, 16-21. I am also one of the readers. Those of who are taking part in the service are meeting at 5:30 for dinner then to go over the service and rehearse. Which means I will be leaving here very soon.
Then tomorrow night one of my writers’ groups is meeting. It’s called FaithWriters and is at the 1st UMC church. So I have a full schedule this week.
Next week I should be back to regularly posting. If you have any ideas for post or would like to write a guest post, just let me know. You can leave a comment or email me.
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