I’m living in Colorado, working from home during the pandemic as a software professional for an American non-profit, renting my brain during the work-week and spending the rest of my waking hours re-energizing and caring for the people I love the most. One hobby that energizes me is my avocational work for the Knowledge Standards Foundation.
I’m Twittering most days. I ride my bicycle when the weather is fair. I hike even when it’s not so fair. Look me up on Strava. Those are all ways I re-energize.
I joined a group who is reading the Bible together. We’re following a daily plan to get through it in a year, scheduled to be done in March. I’m not actually reading. I’m listening to The Message, a paraphrase by Rev. Dr. Gene Peterson. I listened to his lectures on Biblical Spirituality. I believe he was an excellent pastor.
I’m also in a men’s group reading The Francis A. Schaeffer Trilogy. That could take a year, too. I’m behind on my reading, but that’s ok because it has been difficult to get together, what with the Colorado pandemic lockdown and people dying and everything.
Peterson, Eugene H. The Message. NAVPRESS, 2002. ISBN: 1-57683-673-8 1576836738, ASIN: B00IV3836G
Schaeffer, Francis A. The Francis A. Schaeffer Trilogy. Crossway Books, 1990. ISBN13: 9780891075615, ISBN: 0891075615