A week writing...

This past week, Juergen von Hagen and I have shared our second annual writing retreat up here in Sawyer, Michigan. Kindness of Dad and Mom Taylor, we have a place to stay as we work. We start writing around 9 each morning and break for nothing until dinner around 7:30. Juergen is working on a textbook on economics for seminarians and I'm trying to finish up the book on fatherhood. We've had tons of snow and today got six more inches. We took a walk that lasted a couple hours. It was snowing hard and our faces were snowmen when we got back. Before going into the house, Juergen had a hack at a little shovelling. Check out the icicles!

After we talked with our wives and did a little more work at our computers, we went down the street to the local microbrewery, Greenbush Brewing Company, and had a snifter of a new brew just released.

That's my report from the northlands. Looking forward to our pastors/church officers conference in two days. Hope you'll be there.

 
 
 
Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and fifteen grandchildren.

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Those are nice icicles (nicicles?) - and long enough to no longer pose an impalement hazard!

I do have to admit, when I see that kind of eave-hanging, my first thought is "Needs more insulation."

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