The Harry Potter release is tonight, and I'm not really aware of that yet. I have my tickets but the reality of it hasn't it and likely won't until I go to class tonight. As I've been counting up to this night through the week, though, I've been thinking about the last releases that I've been to, where they've been, and what they've been like.
The last release was a movie release, and it was during General Convention. I wore my robe for most of the day, including into the house of bishops. I think I'll dress up tonight in my usual costume: grey slacks, black pants, one of my favorite bow ties, and my Wizengamot robe. Last release was in LA with ECGC. Before that I think was the book release when I was in South Carolina. There was also a movie release that summer, and I made the costume for both, I think. I was with Beth Ann for the book release. I have been to book releases in Panama City, FL and Columbus, GA. I've gotten a book the day after the release because I couldn't drive or stay out that late alone and we didn't live near enough. I cannot for the life of me remember the Goblet of Fire movie release. Can someone I was with help me out there?
So I haven't blogged a lot lately. I'm trying to blog without obligation. I have some entries rolling around in my head about liturgy and common prayer and community. I might have something to say about singing, too. I'm not sure yet. I've got two sermons that I will try to put up tomorrow afternoon. Maybe one tomorrow and one Saturday since that might generate more traffic. I think I may break down and buy MarsEdit as well unless I find a comparable program; I post so much on Facebook because it's so easy and it doesn't make its way over here. As I've said before, I'll try to make a conscious effort of posting stuff.
Also maybe coming: stuff on Three Simple Rules particularly about doing harm. I'm having some thoughts lately...as I realize that I'm doing harm. I might blog a paper in five parts. I might post some paragraphs from The Virginia Report that I think that Anglicanism needs to reread. I'll do those one at a time, I think. Work is good. School is good. Field ed is good. Life is good. All busy, but all good. I'll write about that some, too.