the weekend that was: another mostly relaxing weekend at home. jeannie was taking a class in somatic experiencing, so it was mostly me and the kids (jeannie was home in the evenings). so we slept in, ate junk, and went to movies! max and i saw earth on saturday (which was really disappointing and boring), and both kids and me saw the soloist sunday afternoon (which was great). kendall payne led worship and sang some of her stuff at my church sunday morning, and that was fun.
where i am at the moment: i’m traveling to grand rapids, michigan, for my monthly trip to the mothership. as usual, it’s a quick one-nighter, and i’m home in san diego tuesday night.
on my to-do list this week: after i get back to sd, i’ll have more stuff to do for the ys office move, an article to write, prep for our korea event, and other administrative stuff. i have a physical on wednesday also – my first one in 6 years (i’m way overdue!).
procrastinating about: apparently, i’ve been procrastinating about getting a physical!
book i’m in the midst of: finished the richard rohr cd series on the enneagram (i think i’m an 8 with a 7 wing, though many have told me they think i’m a 7 with an 8 wing), and i’m still only about 1/3 the way through what would google do? (which is not as good as i’d hoped).
music that seemed to catch my attention this past week: man, i’ve gotten some great new music recently. this time around, i’ll mention the raconteurs cd (consolers of the lonely) and conor oberst’s self-titled cd. i hadn’t realized either were out (they both came out last year), and i’m totally digging both of them.
next trip: other than an overnight in OC with max, as a chaperon on a school trip, my next flight is to korea, on may 7.
how i’m feeling about this week: pretty good. nothin’ major — hopefully no big surprises!
One thought on “monday morning update, april 27, 2009”
Marko, you are an 8!!! Everyone wants to be a 7 – they’re the life of the party. I haven’t met a true 7 yet. I cannot recommend the Richard Rohr cd series (or his books) on the enneagram enough! It has changed my relationships and the way I do ministry.