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GC 2012 blogging scan

GC 2012 blogging scan

Highlights from the relatively few posts so far as people get settled in:

The Michigan GC Deputies Blog shares a photo and recap on honoring Bonnie Anderson:

The Rev. Canon Dr. Sandye Wilson introduced the Hon. Byron Rushing (right) who presented the Verna Josephine Dozier Honors Award to retiring House of Deputies President, Canon Bonnie Anderson, at the Union of Black Episcopalians dinner Tuesday evening in at the General Convention of The Episcopal Church in Indianapolis.

Dame Tobyn writes that “Quincy will be both well-represented and fully engaged at GC, with joy.”

Colorado shares pictures of the preparations

Minnesota’s deputies share what speakers have argued for so far in the Budget hearing

Bishop Greg Rickel, Olympia (Western WA), shares his opening thoughts:

Often, in families, keeping the peace means putting on a good face, even if there is disappointment and frustration because something else, our peace and togetherness and the future of our relationship, is more important. That is certainly not all bad. When it is over, even if it did not totally match what we had made it in our imaginations before we arrived, in most cases we count it good, just by the mere fact that we were together.

Bishop Carol Gallagher (N. Dakota) writes on the Fourth of July

And the last word of this look-in belongs to Western Massachusetts (complete with pictures):

We are here and it is hot


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San Diego’s blog is also active

And lotsa photos on the EDSD FB page

–Susan Forsburg, who seems to be running lots of blogs….. 😉

Ann Fontaine

Thanks Kurt for the “you are here” summary of the action

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