The trip is off to a wonderful start. After our first full day in Ireland, we got to sit down to a proper Irish supper, complete with cabbage and Guinness for those who wanted it. The next morning it was off to the city Of Dublin to see the Book of Kells and St Patrick's... Continue Reading →
Greetings from Ireland! For the first half of our trip we will be staying at the Glencree center for peace and reconciliation. Here are some photos. More are surely to come!
Today's Monday Inspiration comes in honor of the country I arrived in this morning. This is an Irish blessing attributed to St. Patrick. (It may look long, but its a quick read)Be blessed today! I arise today Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity, Through belief in the threeness, Through confession in the... Continue Reading →
I interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to share with you a new summer adventure: In a couple of days I will board my first-ever trans-atlantic flight and fly to Ireland. With the exception of the occasional jaunt into Mexico (and, really who counts the occasional jaunt into Mexico?) I have never really been out of... Continue Reading →
It feels like it is time for things to be at an end. Don’t you think that the world seems a little weary lately? Perhaps it is simply because I am in school, and we are bearing down into finals season of the Spring quarter. In the midst of a flurry of end-of-year and beginning-of-summer... Continue Reading →
Sitting in our morning lecture, and I have a whole train of thoughts competing with, and in response to, what Todd Johnson has to share this morning. I got to thinking about what kind of theatre I might want to do and I returned again to the idea of shows with questions, ideas and topics... Continue Reading →
You may remember a few months ago I posted some questions for your consideration. This week, as we went around the group to introduce ourselves to one another, I couldn't help but really stand on that leg for a moment. I want to know what the questions are, specifically for people who are in my... Continue Reading →
What follows is an approximation of an actual conversation between a friend and myself in the recent past. It should be noted that ever since I decided to come to Fuller, my friend has been pessimistic about the prospects of my ever returning to Idaho. Here, she was trying to determine the chances of my... Continue Reading →