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February 13, 2013


I had half-hearted plans to get to a service last night--feeling like I didn't really want to go, but I'd be really glad I did. Illness got in the way, and I didn't end up going. My Lenten journey was forcing myself to go pick up the farmbox.

I have something rumbling in my mind about faith and showing up (like writing)--maybe showing up is an act of faith?--but my head's too fuzzy with congestion to make anything sensible or eloquent with it.

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  • I'm an English teacher at Fabulous Girls' School (FGS). I'm a convert to Judaism. I am partner to D. We live in an adorable, messy little house in Adventure City. Two cats -- the Muse and the Contemplative -- live with us and keep life at home plenty adventurous.

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