My trip to the Bridgeport National Bindery was quite successful. They liked my files, quoted a very reasonable price on printing Safe Thus Far, and 40 copies will be ready in a couple of weeks. I'm happy.
On the way back I stopped at the Amherst College Library and did some research on Luther and his 95 theses in preparation for my sermon in Dummerston on October 29th, which celebrates the 60th anniversary of my ordination, and the 500th anniversary of his 95 theses which started the Reformation. A lot to think about!
Today, I got back into working on projects around the house. I washed the exterior back wall with the hose, cleaned the upper windows, and then started the process of building shelving in the downstairs front hall which involves first doing some cleaning and painting. Bit by bit!
The Spaceship of Dreams at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center. Children and adults have written out their dreams and "loaded" them into the spaceship (and pinned them on the wall).
Another Wolf Kahn painting
An amazing and fascinating construction by Nathalie Miebach which is inspired by violent weather events, titled Lost Porches created long before Houston and Harvey but very timely now.
A detail of Lost Porches