Friday Five: randomness, again!

RevKarla over at RevGalBlogPals offers this Friday Five:

Wow, this second Friday really snuck up on me!   But it is here, in all of its glory, right?  So…here we go, another random Friday Five!

1.  What’s up?  How are you? At the moment I’m cold, but a hot cup of coffee helps (or two or three)! We are deep into fall here in the Midwest and I’m adapting to less outdoor time, less walking. I’m busy, as any clergy-person is this time of year, but not yet overwhelmed.

2.  If you were a Panda Bear that could speak  O.k., even that is too random for me.  You are moving to a new office.  You can only take five books with you (pretend there is no thing such as kindle, nook, etc.).  What would they be BESIDES teh Bible, which is already written on your hearts, yes? Office books? I’d take “Engaging the Word” by Michael Johnston, “Opening the Bible” by Roger Ferlo, A “Commentary on the American Prayer Book” by Marion Hatchett, “Praying Shapes Believing” by Lee Mitchell, and “Help, Thanks, Wow” by Anne Lamott. And, I’d really need a sixth one, a tiny volume called, “A Priest’s Handbook” By Dennis Michno.

3.  If you had a superpower that could give you a five hour retreat, and you could go anywhere in the world to spend those five hours on retreat (because you have superpowers, ya’ know?), where would you go? I would always choose to go to the mountains and near a body of water – river or lake. So that could be places in Utah or Montana. I am particularly drawn to the Rocky Mountains. But I’d need a cabin with a fireplace and some good hot coffee or tea, a good book, some mandalas to color, and some knitting.

 

River looking east from bridge

4.  What piece of music, song, hymn, etc. are you diggin’ right now? Music? sigh. I hardly ever listen to my music these days. Miss it. Need too. But end up with earworms of church music. Today, hymns for the funeral tomorrow – The strife is over, and How great thou art….

5.  Use the following words in a sentence (or two):  Tangle, dribble, hook, Panda, shark, smile, worry, island. Oh to wander as a sharky Panda with a smile on my face through this tangle, dribble, island-world, without a worry to hook me.

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About Terri C Pilarski

I am an Episcopal priest serving a delightfully progressive, interesting, creative congregation. I have been married more than half my life to the same man. We have two grown children, plus two dogs and two cats, although the number of four legged household members changes from time to time. I love to garden, knit, read, and play on Facebook or with my blog. I have been a practitioner of daily meditation since I was nineteen. I practice yoga five days a week and walk every where I am able too.
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7 Responses to Friday Five: randomness, again!

  1. Elaine says:

    Loved the sentence…really…captured so much. The mountains are so healing…with the blue skies the fresh clean air and I am with you on needing a cabin etc. No outdoor camping here.

  2. marciglass says:

    If you need to get near the Rocky Mtns, we’ve got a guest room in Boise!

  3. revkarla says:

    What a beautiful sentence! Beautiful! I need a cabin, too, I think–or some kind of shelter!

  4. 3dogmom says:

    I’m right with you on mountains and water. And your sentence is, indeed, beautiful!

  5. the strife is over… a classic. hope you’re taking care of yourself and not getting any colds

  6. Tara says:

    I LOVE the Rocky Mountains!!!! Someday maybe I will live in Colorado. I need to read Help. Thanks. Wow!

  7. janintx says:

    Lovely sentence. Enjoyed your books, too.

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