re-entry

They say re-entry is hard. I wasn’t sure. It was just five days.

Five days of Eucharist every day…
Five days of ending the night with Compline…
Five days of waking to a sunrise over the mountains…
Five days of  watching the sun set over the ocean…
Five days of conversation with friends…
Five days of not thinking about what food to prepare…
Five days of hot, fresh coffee ready all day long…
Five days of tromping over the hills or across the sand…
Five days of time to think…
Five days of food for thought…
Five days of listening for the Voice of the Divine…
Five days of music flowing in and out of the day…
Five days of late night wine and chocolate…
Five days of Sabbath rest…

Re-entry might be hard after all.

 

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3 Responses to re-entry

  1. Kristin Berkey-Abbott says:

    It sounds wonderful–I’m selfishly hoping you’ll give us a more in-depth post about the experience, but I would certainly understand if it’s not appropriate for a blog post.

    Welcome back to the blogosphere!

  2. Terri says:

    sounds like the perfect retreat….glad you were able to go away and have this opportunity

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