Reflections on returning home
Over the last year, I've met in person more than 30 other Quaker bloggers and read hundreds of related websites, mostly blogs, including Emerging Church sites, Jewish, Buddhist and Anabaptist sites. I have written more than before my blog, but not as much as I had hoped. I expanded my Quaker horizons in several directions. This is still a relatively low tech, feminist, Green, Conservative-leaning blog about Quakerism and motherhood with the occasional pie recipe.
I have a lot of stuff still to write about my experiences at Pacific Yearly Meeting's 59th annual sessions and the following weekend in the Los Angeles region. But mixed into my thinking this week is my mental preparation to attend my 20th high school reunion on Saturday back in the small town I still consider my hometown. This is bringing up another layer of reflection on what am I doing here? What have I accomplished? I'm practicing the answer to the question, "So what are you doing now?" My best answer so far is, "I'm a homemaker, a writer and a Quaker minister." Hold me in the Light.
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