What happened to November? It sped by with nary a blog post or subscriber email for my readers! Instead, the month presented an opportunity to grow in personal detachment beyond downsizing.
I’m temporarily stationary due to medical requirements. Alvie the Airstream is winterized and in storage. Now that I’ve found a little apartment near my doctors and settled in, I’ll resume regular posts and e-newsletters.
Fortunately, my illness is very treatable very early stage breast cancer, caught by a screening mammogram. So, my journeys — like those of many of my readers — will be virtual until spring. Then, I’ll be on the road with my Airstream again exploring the Northeast.
Meanwhile, notes and photos from two and a half years of travel provide ample source material. I just published a delayed post written in October about how fall is full of angels in which I visit the Basilica of Saint Michael in Pensacola FL.
I continue to work on the book I started writing in Montana. Later this month, watch for more news. Hint: look for an expanded Tin Can Pilgrim social media presence and how you can participate in that new journey!
Finally this morning, Colleen McVey of Catholic Faith Network in New York interviewed me about my travels and the role of trust. You can access it online at catholicfaithnetwork under CFN Live or click on this vimeo link.
May God bless you and your family and friends this as we look forward to the coming of Christ. Prayers for a joyful Advent!
May God bless your surgery, and may you have a quick recovery and 100% healing, Lynda. ‘Bon courage!’