I’m currently sitting on the porch of our condo watching the clouds drifting over the ocean, listening to some great music, and reading about the socio-political implications of the Trinity. Is there a better way to enjoy an afternoon break? (I’ll be posting on this later. Kathryn Tanner has an interesting argument about why we shouldn’t try to draw socio-political implications directly from the Trinity. Instead she thinks Christology is a much better starting point.)
We’re having a great time do far. Yesterday was snorkeling with my oldest daughter in Kapalua and pulling my youngest around on a boogie board for far too long. The day before we just hung out on the beach closest to us all day. I’m not sure what the plan for this afternoon is, but I’m sure we’ll come up with something.
By the way, I think it’s really funny that some of the people we’re with keep checking the weather back home so they can feel even better about how nice the weather is here. (It was sunny when we left Portland, but I hear that didn’t last long.) Apparently it makes your vacation even better if you think the people back home are miserable.