Like My Oak Trees …

I have the software downloaded and the new Catholic Sensibility site up, but I can’t figure out how to make WordPress do what I want it to do. Ack. Maybe another day. Blogger seems to be regurgitating all the pretty pictures I posted this morning, so the Big Switch will likely be put off till after next Monday’s neighborhood leaf collection. And I still have to confer with my collaborator Neil to get his input. After that, it will be sorting and sifting through over 2,000 posts to categorize and make my Vatican II series easily accessible for theology geeks.

Meanwhile, I’ve upgraded the links on the left to include Kathy and Gavin, two fine people with blogs worth visiting and visiting often. And a few Mars sites under Cassini.

And in other neighborhood news, somebody should inform my two oak trees that it’s okay to drop their leaves now. They’re a nice mellow yellow-brown. Not as spectacular as maples, but not trunk-ugly either. My driveway is full of ground acorns. If the leaves would follow, my neighborhood association would appreciate it.

Last two winters, the dang trees kept many of their leaves till spring. Talk about herneneutic of obstruction.

About catholicsensibility

Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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