Late Night Stone Scramble

So my dog has discovered the church atrium.  He loves to weave in and out of the columns, actually he now sits by the door and whines every night until I take him down there.  Often it’s around 10:30 or 11.  He’s usually pretty focused and quiet about it but occasionally he can’t help himself and lets out an exuberant bark, which in a stone space like that sounds like a cannon.  Hopefully he’s not waking up all the sisters in the convent across the common.  The atrium is a pretty special space to me since I helped lay all the stone – one of the best weeks of my life – so it makes us both happy to end every day with a little time there.

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About Renaissance Girl

I moved to the Community with my family in 1988 when I was 10 - which gives away my current age! I am now a solemnly professed member - I work at Paraclete Press, the publishing arm of the Community and I love my job! I also sing in the choir Gloriæ Dei Cantores, and am a member of Elements Theatre Company and Spirit of America Band. As a Docent for the Church of the Transfiguration, I get to discover new things about the church every time I share it with someone else. When I'm not doing one of those activities, I love to spend time with my dog or my "extended family". There's a lot of variety in my life which keeps me energized - and I'm learning how to be more in the moment so whether I'm at a rehearsal, or making dinner in the kitchen with 5 girls, they all get 100% of me!

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