Springtime Six-Word Stories*
A dramatic portion of my energy is going to writing these days. What am I up to? Well the list is full at the moment. . .
I’m coming very near to a full draft of my book, Anatomy of a Schism. I’m crafting both a presentation for a conference on Ecclesiology and Ethnography and a commencement address for Baptist Seminary of Kentucky. And a co-authored essay with Chris Scharen for the Learning Pastoral Imagination Project is also on the docket. So my blogging is brief tonight.
On a four-mile run this evening the moonrise and its reflection stopped me in my tracks. The beauty of this long spring has reached out to me in a number of ways. So here are a few six-word stories arriving over the first few weeks of spring…
light show: acorns grow, leaves glow
moonrise reflection brings me up short
“take your bike to the ballgame”
“let the boat go by” – Keating
Peace to you, friends! More stories coming soon.
This posts offers four six-word stories. They are a fun way to say a lot with a picture and just six words.