So concludes another weekend all too soon, in my opinion. It began Friday evening with the sad event of attending an old friend's calling hours in New London. Saturday was pretty quiet and minimally productive. I managed to plant a couple more Blackeyed-Susans -- one red and one traditional yellow. Saturday night I went to worship at Calvary Chapel. Sunday was sleeping in, shopping and drilling a hole in the case of our bedroom AC so the water would properly drain. Nothing too deep!
Managing to catch the news here and there leaves me concerned with the situation in Egypt. The killing of protestors always concerns me. Unlike some people I know, the fact that they are Muslim does not take away from my concern for them. I'm not one to stereotype Muslims, although I can see how easy it would be to get carried away by the things we see on television, in print or online. My inner-libertarian tells me we wouldn't have so many of the problems we do around the globe if we had not declared ourselves everybody's police force., not to mention that we'd be better off financially.
I'm beginning two new books this week: Pilgrim's Regress by C.S. Lewis and The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer. Both are old books but new to me and the small group I'm a part of on Tuesday nights.