That sounds highfalutin, doesn't it? I looked it up, and to meditate is to "study: think intently and at length".
It's Lent, and I'm taking that as an opportunity to think back and have another go at sorting out what I've done, and what I should do now. Part of today's dredging resulted in a few posts in other blogs (I'll link to one of them at the end of this post, and a related post from last week).
#1 daughter left after supper - with longer days, she can stick around for the evening meal now, and still drive in daylight. She should be back in Alex now, getting ready for classes tomorrow.
#3 daughter, my wife and my son went to Soo Bahk Do class this evening, as usual. And, again as usual, came back a bit pooped and with more knowledge.
I've wrapped up the tasks I do Sunday evening. It's time to call it a day.
Next week will be a little off-routine. My father-in-law is spending time with one of my brothers-in-law, so my wive and #3 daughter will be minding the shop quite a bit.
- "Valley Forge Village in Sauk Centre: Why Was I So Intense?"
Sauk Centre Journal Blog (March 7, 2010)
- "Prayer, Medicine and Trusting God"
A Catholic Citizen in America (March 4, 2010)