Monday Chat

Feliz Año Nuevo! A new year always bring changes. This year is no exception for me. I’m reminded of one of my favorite Advent hymns: Lo! He comes with Clouds Descending or as one of my friends here says: You’re coming down out of the clouds. Yes, I’ve left my yurt to live in the town below.

My residential community was going to become a vacation rental resort and I would have to leave. The day I left, I was told plans had changed and the whole place was going up for sale. There was still no future for me there. I’m now ensconced in a small apartment next door to friends of mine who had alerted me to its vacancy. I miss the beautiful setting I had on the mountain, but I am enjoying being able to walk to most everything in town. I can even stay out past 7 pm (which was the last bus departure) .

Another piece of news is that I made my self-imposed challenge of obtaining 30 followers to my site. In fact, I ended up with 31. My most popular bog to date is Riding the Bus. I hope that this blog will continue to grow and be insightful and enjoyable to you and my future followers. Thanks for coming along with me for the ride.

Author: Warren R. Johnson

I am a US citizen living in Cuenca, Ecuador. I have retired from two long-lasting careers: an ordained minister with an exclusive ministry in sacred music (organist-choirmaster), and a book dealer (2 stores and Internet selling). Another shorter career was as a data manager in medical research. Today, I am pursuing a writing career.

One thought on “Monday Chat”

  1. Interesting to see the inside of your yurt. Hope you like your new “digs.”
    It!s very cold here after beautiful warm weather for awhile.
    Miss hearing you and seeing you!
    Helen Long

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