No, it wasn’t the suit – that is still classy after all these years.
I remember when we first started facing the idea of a shutdown from the coronavirus, and my first thought was, “I won’t have anything to do.” It was going to be like a lengthy vacation.
Sometimes, a man just isn’t thinking clearly. Since we suspended services a couple of months ago, it has been a bit of a whirlwind. I’ve barely had time to look at this site. Other than a few posts on politics, I’ve pretty much contributed nothing.
I’m looking forward to starting up again in the next couple of weeks. Sioux City had a massive outbreak recently (you can thank us for the meat shortage you may have heard about – our meatpacking plants all had huge outbreaks of COVID-19). When everyone else was slowing down, we were ramping up.
I realize that when things open up nothing returns to normal. Every week I tell myself, “You’ve got to stop neglecting Voices” and every week, I do it again. If Voices was my wife, she’d leave me. Oh well.
Pastors, you know what I’m talking about, don’t you? I wish I’d paid more attention to those seminary courses on Church Management during a Pandemic. This is an adventure, but I am hoping the ride will be over soon. I feel like throwing up.
This week, I will do better.