Lately, as the silence offers indication, life has been busy. The spring time opens up the can of worms – activity, later and later, as we are spared darkness. T-ball 3 days a week, the yard, ever beckoning for attention. Vines to condemn and execute, despite a recalcitrance regarding their sentence. So, tired am I, still finding the rhythms of this new spring. And then add the weekend – preaching and teaching, although the latter didn’t happen.
But I did try a new coffee this morning. Last week, I received a new shipment of greens from SweetMaria’s. Amongst my order was a Rwanda FT Duhingekawa Women’s Cooperative bean, which, after 36 hours, has proven to be brighter than I anticipated. I roasted it to a City+ on Saturday evening; this morning, it’s initial taste is like a Kenya, with an aftertaste/base more like a Uganda or other Rwandas I’ve had. Taste and enjoy.
Solo Deo Gloria,