Is she still thinking about such things? Has she given up veering wildly from the weighty to the frivolous?
My faithful readers may be wondering this since it has been 42 days since I published a post. And that was a short, frothy one.
Rest calmly, dear ones. I am still frolicking in the frivolous and seeking wisdom for the weighty. Truthfully, my days are bulging with both laughter and lament. As I imagine yours are, too.
I have needed to devote most of my words, imagination, and hours to church leading and to parenting this fall. That’s where my best wisdom and deepest prayers are most needed right now. It has been hard but satisfying work.
So, for the foreseeable future, this blog will remain a bit quieter, though not entirely silent, I hope.
If you find yourself craving my quips, tales of imaginative children, or
lackluster fair-to-middling dazzling photos, your best bet is to follow me on Instagram. I post photos and short paragraphs there several times a week. I realize that many of you, dear readers, are not on Instagram, but I’d like to gently whisper that perhaps it’s time to join the cool kids.
For now, I’d like to leave you with proof of one of my personal convictions, namely: Orange cats are the best cats. Meet Max, the cat who lost the library but won the internet.
And a few pics from life in Goetschland:
©Laura Goetsch and Thinking About Such Things, 2017.