Here is a little PODCAzT after a long hiatus. Today, the Summer Solstice, I talk about the Summer Solstice, but in light of St. Augustine and St. John the Baptist. I mentioned this in another post, but I spin it out here.
Then we have some summer poetry, from John Clare, William Blake, Carl Sandburg, Emily Bronte, Emily Dickenson, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Richard Wilbur.
Just for fun and for reflection on our mortality as sumer is icumen in.
PS: I want to like making these, but today I had every obstacle in the world, including lawn mowers and weedwhackers and doors and phones ringing and then snarky software. So, pardon a couple bumps along the way. I will now drink some iced-tea.